How striking scenes from "The Shining," "The Wicker Man," "The Exorcist," and other iconic horror movies make an indelible mark on us.
Well over a decade into the architectural trend, it is obvious to me that, aesthetically speaking, open floor plans were a bad idea.
No one person will buy it. And no one person will buy it because the house has what's called a "clouded history." And the clouded history is the result of the mortgage crisis that happened 10 years ago, which nearly brought about a second Great Depression and did bring about 8 million Americans losing their homes.
The language of colonialism is infecting outer space, thanks to dominance by rich white businessmen and politicians.
A reconsideration of the last great blogging platform.
Scenes from a protest calling attention to the Portland Blazers' relationship with a company responsible for providing equipment to military around the world.
Tesla is nearly $10 billion in debt and Elon Musk is buying Tesla stock using loans he got by putting up shares of Tesla stock as collateral. What the hell is going on here?
The devices are little more than an exorbitant paywall for education and communication.
An interview with Priya Kumar, a data expert who is trying to help companies not abuse their customers' data rights.
Six people working in the music world tell us how they do it.
A wealthy entrepreneur's police app may reinforce structural and cultural biases when it comes to reporting people to the police.
Building upon his previous film, 2016's "Hillary's America," D'Souza, who in 2014 was sentenced to five years' probation for making illegal campaign contributions, further explores the possibilities of searching stock footage databases for "racist stuff" and blaming it on Hillary Clinton.
Climate change threatens water everywhere, but tension between different levels of US government has stalled our response.
You can check out any time you like, but you may never get clean sheets.
Kid nerds grow up into adult nerds with unhealthy notebook-buying habits.
Julie Baker never intended to become a figurehead of the luxury chicken-diaper industry. Before she launched her brand Pampered Poultry in 2010, she had never even heard of chicken diapers.
"Mario," "Zelda," "Final Fantasy" — the canon of classic games is always the same. Time to rethink that.
A "bad actor" may have started it, but did "No Unite the Right 2 – DC" become real once actual American protesters got involved?
Seeing your favorite band live will probably cost you more in data than in dollars.
"The Butter Battle Book" spoke powerfully against the hacks behind the military-industrial complex — and for that, was pilloried.