While it can result in tremendous good, empathy is also narrow, biased and surprisingly insensitive, suggests psychology professor Paul Bloom.

We have more romantic choices than ever before — and much more uncertainty. Psychotherapist and relationship therapist Esther Perel surveys how technology has completely changed the age-old process of dating and mating.

Photographer Danial Shah wants to show the world a view of his country that is rarely seen in news stories: its diverse cultures, crafts and landscapes.

Human creativity is a natural, infinitely renewable resource — and it’s coming up with smart, cheap solutions to people’s biggest problems. Strategist Navi Radjou explains.

We wouldn’t have chocolate without flies, and seven other reasons to respect and protect these bugs that bug us, from entomologist Bryan Lessard.

Copenhagener Ole Kassow launched a program to help elderly Danes get back on bicycles. Now volunteer pilots in 29 countries are taking their passengers on the road.

NASA has a plan to combat rogue interstellar objects — and even a Planetary Defense Officer. Asteroid hunter, space scientist and writer Carrie Nugent reveals the array of tactics, from the tested to the far-out.