Everything that was once simple feels difficult, and everything that was already difficult feels impossible.
“Eating disorders do thrive in silence. This is kind of like the perfect storm for that silence to get as loud as humanly possible.”
"I’ve been doing what Gen Z does. I’ve adapted, I’ve overcome, and I've been on my phone too much."
The coronavirus epidemic is shuttering bookstores across the country. Here's how to help them stay afloat.
Ng shared what it's like to watch her bestselling novel become a Hulu series starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington.
After a tornado tore through our Nashville home, we're desperate to connect with our community — but the coronavirus has made that impossible.
“I deeply value doing things for the greater good, but so many people in my life seem not to. I don’t know how to go forward with these relationships.”
There are a ton of great books out this month — which ones should you grab?
It's the introvert's time to shine, baby!
A small group of renegades want to steal a million chickens from an industrial farm in the middle of the night — but they'll need some help.
We all deserve a break.
Seeing companies make drastic changes to accommodate working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak is great — but it’s also frustrating for those of us who could have used those accommodations much sooner.
The big issue? So many of them don’t want to consider themselves “old” or “vulnerable.”
Pandemics have historically pushed humanity to undergo great moral and spiritual reckonings. This one could be ours.
Yes, I’m talking about Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s large adult son.
From a new book by the author of Station Eleven to a self-help guide by Desus & Mero.
No individual can stop the coronavirus from spreading. But we can make crucial changes — big and small — to protect and help the people around us.
We asked our favorite indie booksellers about the books they're loving these days.
After a devastating breakup, I tried to figure out why dating these days feels so isolating.
Kate Elizabeth Russell on her new novel: “It had to be fiction. It had to be artifice. Because otherwise — how could I stand it?"
The real stars of Family Karma, the new all-Indian Bravo reality TV show, aren't the hot and horny millennials — it's the aunties.
After I wrote a piece criticizing American Dirt, Oprah invited me to appear on Oprah's Book Club for a candid conversation with her and author Jeanine Cummins.
The Hulu documentary Hillary dwells on the past without shedding much new light on Clinton’s career or our political present.
Who knew everyone would be so well-adjusted? (Spoilers!)
After decades of raising questions about our national baggage, Oprah has recently become the center of controversy herself.
The burgers have no flavor, but that’s not really the point.
Voters don’t have to identify with Bernie Sanders to believe he’ll do the best job representing people like them — and people completely unlike them, too.
“The crazy thing about reality TV is that it's such a brief part of your life that you're sharing with the world, and people come up to you and it's like they know you already,” Lauren told BuzzFeed News.
We live-chatted our way through the Netflix show's season finale. Spoilers!
Jada Pinkett Smith has created a safe space for black celebs in hot water with her Facebook Watch show, Red Table Talk. But is it at the expense of holding them accountable?