The Duke University professor is a leading expert on the most basic of human endeavors – decision-making. So how did he decide to answer our questions?
A new study says flashy cars, clothes and other items actually repel people rather than attract them.
His classes on positive psychology and happiness packed in more than 1,000 students.
Lonah Chemtai Salpeter wins the 10,000-meter race and the country's first ever gold medal at the European Athletic Championships.
It looks like a simple label sewn into your '90s-style pants, but it's actually a chip that unlocks a world of rewards.
Archaeologists discovered the rare gold jewelry while digging up a parking lot in Israel.
The very act of giving the advice makes the giver feel powerful and confident, an effect the predictors of behavior didn’t account for.
Complex includes a pottery workshop, a game room and spa just like to today's Google offices.
1,700-year-old floor was part of Roman-era mega-mansion.
This massive gathering of young athletes is happening in Israel for the first time this year.
Queen Bey has given her stamp of approval to several promising designers, catapulting them to success.
Americans defeated 45 other teams, including the world champion Canadians, to take home the top prize.
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It's the first time Israel has hosted the international tournament.
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