Anna Wiener explores what 13 years of the data she’s given Facebook can give back to her.
Contempt in court: female lawyers still consistently confront archaic discrimination.
Oy vey, seventy-five years of show business? Where did the time go? It hasn’t slowed down Brooks one bit.
“The defining characteristic of the straw is the emptiness inside it. This is the stuff of tragedy, and America.”
Lawyers have long set a precedent for citing Shakespeare in trial. During these murky, divided days the Bard’s words may ring truer than e’er.
The times they are a-changin’, sang Bob Dylan way back when people could smoke inside airplanes. Now digital jukeboxes are changing the vibe at America’s bars, but is that a bad thing?
The jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas. Despite its ability to kill people with little effort, its adaptability, secrecy and avoidance of human conflicts might provide the traits necessary to survive on a planet filled with people.
Paul Bisceglio surveys three new books that consider the brain’s role in extreme endurance sports and how a large part of high performance is often all in our heads.
How Philip Glass went from driving taxis to becoming one of the most celebrated composers of our time.
Dara Bramson’s grandmother decided to donate her brain to science, so Bramson visited the donation center to help understand the importance of research and challenges to donations.