Some of these things may change your life. Or not.
“He helped me create my Twitter account when I was 5.”
All those insults and vulgarities and rants and racisms piled up to produce a historically bad president. They mattered. And it's a dynamic the new generation of progressive leaders should learn from.
The Starbucks CEO is what happens "when the guardians of an unsustainable status quo masquerade as change agents."
From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to the Syrian civil war, we've learned that a real video can be just as misleading as a fake one.
Some of these things may change your life.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way first: It’s possible that Jared Kushner may not successfully broker a Middle East peace deal.
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu also talked down the odds of a confrontation between Turkish and US forces in northern Syria, despite a Pentagon warning.
Javad Zarif went from defiant toward the Trump administration’s pressure campaign to extremely defensive of accusations of repression during a talk at the Doha Forum.
Somehow, the midterms aren’t over — there are a handful of big Senate and gubernatorial races that are still too close to call.
Many successful people were once like Anna Delvey, in ways big or small. They just made it to the other side.
For once, regular people have found a way to exploit a poorly worded federal regulation to their advantage — something the rich and powerful do constantly, almost as a matter of principle.
The e-commerce giant sent shockwaves across the retail industry on Friday, announcing its biggest move yet into brick-and-mortar stores.
In the top 20: 15 fidget spinners, 4 fidget cubes, and Adolescent Groot.
You’ve probably gone through at least one emotionally taxing couch-shopping experience. Discuss.
Stock in the airline slid by almost 4% in early trading as investors faced the potential for serious damage to its reputation.
After a decade of mergers and takeovers, there's not much competition left in the US airline business.
Australia is taking some Central American refugees, and the US is helping Australia clear out its offshore refugee detention facilities — which many insist are a massive violation of international law.
The tech community debated whether its leaders should say more, but most corporate giants just said nothing at all.