Time to let go of the fantasy of the liberal university.
Many users continue to report stuck keys; maybe it's time for other companies to stop looking to Apple for design cues.
After American-style neoliberalism invaded Poland, its people responded by placing a bunch of far-right populists in power. But with the country’s next elections just around the corner, will they stay there?
To use TikTok at all is to become Logan Paul. It cannot be rehabilitated.
It's overused. It's lazy. It's something that should be stopped.
Inside one man's journey to find a way for people to pee in peace.
Why three academics wrote twenty whole fake papers and think other people got played.
Billy Swan is a genius at ridding your home of things that bite and terrorize in the middle of the night (and keeping you from going insane in the process).
You just have to tell them it's trendy.
Yayyo will be the first publicly traded company whose stock symbol is slang for cocaine. On a not completely unrelated note, they once paid Master P to make a song about them.
In 2001, two men were killed by the FBI at a farm in Michigan. Then, 9/11 happened.
A professional clown, a makeup artist, psychologists, a TV writer and more weigh in.
Inside the collapse of a once-robust industry, and the "Shark Tank" star who abetted the process.
Failure to stop climate change and developing land into cute strips of forest between McMansion-sized clearings have allowed ticks, and the Lyme disease-causing bacteria they carry, to flourish.
In a lot of very real ways, Eminem’s early music helped lay the groundwork for the world we live in today. But was that necessarily a good thing?
Many famous people insist on being bad or conspicuously visible. Winters, thankfully, is just there.
The curse of Santayana in the age of climate change.
One of the only ways for drivers whose rating falls bellow about 4.5 stars is to take a class, where they get a side of labor organizing.
Sketch comics and improv performers can either organize or watch the industry rot.
When you buy a movie on iTunes, it's yours forever, until such a time as when Apple maybe loses the rights to distribute it, and then it will disappear from your library without a trace.