Four writers on the ways they manage mental illness.
Collective narcissism is a fashionable idea these days in psychology, and it’s linked to psychologists’ larger concern about a “narcissism epidemic” — more and more individuals with an inflated sense of self.
What happened to all the migrants we talked to in 2014? Some were children, some were adults. Some stayed in the US. Some made the return trip. Some are now dead.
Will the new tech create a safer society — or a dystopian panopticon?
A career con-artist, Anthony Gignac got busted over and over again, but kept finding new prey in America's capital city of fraud.
Tech elites are embracing stoic mantras while they chase immortality. Can Silicon Valley have it both ways?
The pelvic floor is a complex and crucial system — but exactly how it works, and what role it plays, remains a mystery.
"These buildings were designed to discourage interaction with the city. You drive in on a freeway that injects you straight into the parking garages attached to the casinos. You never have to step outside."
Two years ago, he was a respected but little-known congressman from Los Angeles. Today, he's the face of the Democrats' opposition to Trump.
As long as there has been war, there have been soldiers leaving behind their doodles, names or other markings for historians to muse on why they did so.
Eleven writers on the sexiest pop-culture moments that have stayed with them over the years.
There are few topics that can evoke such widespread and intense anxiety as penis size. Just about every man—regardless of the actual size of his penis—worries about being too small. Here’s what you need to know about penis size, and what to do if you’re afraid your penis is smaller than “normal.”
SBNation's Jon Bois and Spencer Hall discuss the various people they would not like to get into a fight with. It's good stuff.
How will Blake Griffin and Jimmy Butler adjust in their second seasons with new teams, she wonders. Another question Iris has been mulling this offseason: "How come the Sacramento Kings can’t do anything right?"
Just wait for it to finish copying your data, give it a few seconds, then yank.
The deaths of Prince, Tom Petty, Heath Ledger and Michelle McNamara haven't galvanized attention to the prescription drug crisis.
Inside the secret Facebook groups people turn to after a DNA test delivers shocking results.
A wave of spontaneous apologies — over email, text and Facebook — has followed in the wake of #MeToo.
The pursuit of perfection, taken to extremes, can lead to OCD and depression — and the number of students reporting the problem has jumped by 33% since 1989
To teach my sick husband how to eat again, I turned to 19th century recipes for bone broths, gruels and custards.
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