Mind and Body

White people are shown to have peculiar ideas about “diversity” —study

The Inverse Review

Raya and the Last Dragon is the best post-apocalypse epic since Mad Max: Fury Road

A blend of familiar Disney formula and Southeast Asian-inspired folklore, Raya and the Last Dragon is an instant classic that is light on its feet.

Different beats

White cops are different from Black cops in 1 crucial way, study shows

Inverse Daily

The shocking statistics about Black heart transplants

Racism can produce life-or-death consequences more often than you think.

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The most underrated action series of the century is finally streaming on HBO Max

Created by Bruce Lee, this martial arts period thriller is now available in full on HBO Max.

The Inverse Interview

Warrior's most epic episode takes on America's racist history

“We didn’t want it to be fun. We wanted to feel the pain of this.”

The Superhero Issue

Super Change: What if our favorite stories were actually inclusive?

Inverse asked 17 creators of color to make one change in the history of genre pop culture. Here's what they said.


How H.P. Lovecraft's racist poem sets the tone for HBO's Lovecraft Country

The new HBO series pulls no punches on the prejudices of H.P. Lovecraft. It's even worse than you could imagine.

check your bias

Banned: why facial surveillance is just the tip of the iceberg

Facial recognition is on the outs, but similarly biased tech remains.


Asian-American actors reveal why video games can create change faster than movies or TV

Grim Research

Study identifies the top 10 life experiences that increase death risk

It also tells a sad truth about who is most likely to live through one of those experiences.

The Abstract Podcast

Protesting during Covid-19: The unexpected health side effects

In this episode, we dig into America's long-existing public health emergency and why racism remains at its core.

The Media
Let it out!

"This Website Will Self-Destruct" is the website we need in the chaos year, 2020

Life is hard. This website listens.

Truth and lies

Scientists extract an alarming stat about the amount of news Americans consume

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The 5 best science podcasts, 2020 edition

The best science podcasts and podcast episodes from the science writers and editors at Inverse.

Stop the spiral

How to keep up with coronavirus news without losing your mind

Avoid COVID-19 news overload with three expert-backed strategies.

Retrain your brain

Anxiety from the news: A psychologist explains how to cope with it in 2020

Coping with stress caused by the news cycle is manageable if we know how to address it.

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Study reveals how Americans feel about working with A.I.

Only 1 in 5 Americans are excited about working with AI.


The solution to stopping deepfakes might be staring us in the face

A misinformation expert tells Inverse that deepfakes have a people problem.


Why millennials everywhere are killing climate change denial

Why the climate change deniers are losing the debate.


Study on Trump's Twitter habits reveals he has 4 tweet styles

Researchers break down how Trump tweets.


Electrek Editor Fred Lambert Is a Driving Force in Electric Transportation

Lambert obsessed over electric cars so much on Reddit that he went pro.


Debate Psychology: 5 Science-Backed Tips to Avoid Getting Your Brain Hacked

A guide to thinking critically while watching televised political debates.

Mind and Body

See what separates QAnon followers from you

Conspiracy theories may have a stark connection to the mental health crisis.


Vaccine passports are our inevitable future

Vaccine passports are already here.


Spain is about to embark on the biggest 4-day workweek experiment ever

"We're launching into the real debate of our times."

Space Wars

For All Mankind Season 2 proves real-life Star Wars would actually suck

Weapons in space is an old sci-fi trope. But what if it was real?

New frontiers

Russia-China Moonbase: The U.S. now has a critical choice to make

Cognitive bias

You’re not as rational as you think

Psychologists show how we react in the face of uncomfortable truths. The results are shocking.

For the people

Scientists want to influence Congress. A new study reveals how to do it

A new clinical-trial style study offers a roadmap to bringing scientists into the fold when it comes to policy making and legislation.


8 reasons why the political argument against climate action is wrong

Inverse Daily

Data proves the difference between white and Black cops

Three years worth of study offers a profound result.

Taking Cara Business

Gina Carano fired: 14 ways 'The Mandalorian' Season 3 can replace Cara Dune

Different beats

White cops are different from Black cops in 1 crucial way, study shows

Hope probes

Destination Mars: The Arab World's first interplanetary mission puts space above oil

New to the space race, the United Arab Emirates charts a new economic path with its first deep-space mission.