Behind the wheel, normally mild-mannered people can become surprisingly aggressive. Researchers want to determine why this happens. We look at five contributing factors such as the lack of communication between drivers.
The murder-suicide deaths of three families in Turkey appear to have been motivated by financial troubles. The political opposition says unemployment and a weakening lira are literally driving people to their deaths.
Two of Taiwan's allies have severed diplomatic ties with Taipei in the past few days. Amid concerns that China is trying to isolate Taiwan, experts say there are still ways with which it can maintain international clout.
The number of people suffering from anxiety disorders has increased by 15 percent since 2005. What are the symptoms and what can be done about this mental illness?
Despite the urgency of a "climate emergency" we're nowhere near fulfilling the Paris agreement. Why are we so reluctant to act? Climate psychologist Per Espen Stoknes says we need to move away from pointing blame.
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