Every year, Japan has a contest for the best word that summarizes the year's mood.
What my internship with the beloved non-profit taught me about its limitations.
Long before Elon Musk, a visionary automaker showed how ugly the American Dream could be.
On the unlikely phenomenon of "dog diplomacy."
For nearly two decades, Nintendo's fighting game franchise has remained largely the same, allowing it to fit into our lives as necessary.
A new book argues that words like "innovation" are doing more than telling you who to avoid at parties.
The basic definition of a sponsor is someone more experienced — a mentor of sorts — who offers support and help in understanding AA. While we acknowledge substance abuse is often the result of or can lead to anxiety or mood disorders, there isn't a similar sponsorship model in the mental-health space.
Tumblr's new ban on adult content has the furry community wondering if it should find a new online home.
What John Chau's affiliation with a group called All Nations reveals about his motives.
The strange experience of listening to Grimes' new song "We Appreciate Power."
Wow, that is correct and there is no counterargument. Debate is indeed very stupid.
How the paradox at the heart of those Instagram ads could signal the horizon of capitalism.
But they might sink our national one.
The cozy, quirky quiz show is the perfect program for the streaming era.
Incumbent House Democrats are starting to push for a plan that would help save our planet, curb corporate greed and create jobs. How can literally anyone be against this?
This article is about the prison conditions that made the escape possible, all the people who went unpunished and the making of the series. But mostly, it's about Jensen, a juvenile delinquent-turned Hollywood producer who grew up in New York's penitentiaries.
Vardø, Norway makes Salem look like a walk in the park.
The recent California disasters show fires, floods and famine will be no challenge for the wealthy.
NTK Network more than tripled the number of interactions on its page from July to October of this year, according to CrowdTangle, even as its overall post rate has gone down.
Not only are urban smells unpleasant, they may be bad for our health.