How Deadpool Spent Halloween

Put Deadpool together with a bunch of kids dressed as super-heroes, and this happens.

Prison: Breaking The Cycle

More former prisoners are reoffending than ever before. We reveal the latest efforts to break the cycle in the first episode of our new Economist Films series.

How to Control Things Using Your Brain (and Open-Source Hardware)

Science is allowing us to do some amazing things. This video will blow your mind.

Mustache-a-day: Soul Patches, Explained

This guy clearly doesn’t like soul patches. What’s your take?

Coach Won’t Stop Leading Prayers Despite Punishment

The conversation continues as people grapple with how to appropriately express their religion in school and work environments.

Aladdin Magic Carpet Prank

It’s not everyday you see your favorite disney character riding down the street on his magic carpet…

Adrenaline Rush

When all you need for an adrenaline rush is to get pulled over when you have dark skin.

Seoul Man Finds His Center: Outrageous Acts of Science

Watch as Nam Seok Byun balances teapots, timbers, tablets, and more.

Everything We Think We Know About Addiction Is Wrong

What causes addiction? Easy, right? Drugs cause addiction. But maybe it is not that simple.

The Dancing Lumberjack

When a lumberjack starts dancing with a log… it’s pure brilliance!

Seal Jumps On Guy’s Boat And Makes A Friend

Who doesn’t love a cute, cuddly seal?

How Will Education Be Different in 100 Years?

What and how will children be learning 100 years from now?

What is the Measure of a Man?

Dr. Kwame Brown is tired of society both believing, and teaching that strength lies in a man’s ability to subjugate, hurt, and kill.

When Pigs Fly…Sort Of

And, the best dad award goes to…

Is Public Humiliation of Kids Funny? Jimmy Kimmel Banks On It

Michael Lombardi takes issue with video pranks made popular by TV personality Jimmy Kimmel. What are we teaching our children by making them cry, and then taping it for the world to see, and laugh at?

Fast Forward 20 Years: Barbershop Quartet Style

Musical styles change dramatically over time. But people always enjoy looking back on the popular songs of the past. Here’s a sneak of what today’s hits may sound like to people 20 years from now…