Concern for generations unborn is laudable and right, but is it really a pre-requisite for saving the world?
Yascha Mounk and Eboo Patel discuss how religious differences strengthen America’s civic fabric.
One thing I know is focusing only on the negative helps perpetuate a victimhood mentality that is helpful to no one, most notably to those who are actually victims of injustice.
Do you wish you could predict the future? Not in a street-corner psychic kind of way, but in a more personal, meaningful way — to know what’s coming, and to know what decisions you should make?
If we manage to avoid a large catastrophe, we are living at the early beginnings of human history.
America was the world's most generous country this past decade, according to the Charities Aid Foundation's World Giving Index, which surveyed 1.3 million people in 125 countries.
Amidst frightening data and frustratingly slow political action, DW asked people working in climate activism, research and science what gives them grounds for optimism.
Arthur Books talks about embracing professional transitions, fluid vs. crystallized intelligence, and finding an alternative to the "work till you die" mindset.
We’re still waiting for flying cars, but we could be on the verge of the most expansive era of innovation in human history.
Global survey finds U.S. public glad to leave 2021 behind, but wary of inflation, extreme weather, and cyberattacks; Americans not as optimistic as citizens from many other countries.
As we stumble into 2022, here’s a look back at a few of the positive changes we reported on in the last year — 192 of them, to be precise. Happy New Year!
2021 was rough. But we can find hope in humanity's long march of progress.