The wait for a definitive statement from the Supreme Court on same-sex marriage goes on. The high court announced on Thursday that it will hear 10 additional cases in the fall term that begins Oct.
Maira Kalman turns curiosity into an expressive art. The illustrator’s books and visual essays examine eclectic phenomena through what she calls "innocent eyes." This past summer, for example, she followed Lewis and Clark on their famous explorations and documented the experience in an illustrated travel story for The New York Times.
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The inside of the human body is dark and closed off—for the most part—from the world around it. This is usually an advantage.
In celebration of Banned Book Month at @1book140, join our Twitter book club to read the classic sci-fi fantasy novel and illicit classic A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle.
It's been one year since the FBI shut down Silk Road, the granddaddy of darknet marketplaces, and arrested main Silk Road admin Ross William Ulbricht (or, as he was known online, Dread Pirate Roberts).
Last week, a Pew Research Center poll showed a 5-point drop in support for same-sex marriage between February (54 percent) and September (49 percent) of this year.
Sister Doris Engelhard begins most days with mandatory choral prayer at 5:30 a.m., along with the other Franciscan sisters of Mallersdorf Abbey in Germany.
In April this year, scientists from Georgia Tech and Yahoo Labs reported that something strange was manipulating online restaurant reviews.
In a fairer world, Thomas Berger, who died in July at the age of 90, would have lived to see his great novel, Little Big Man, reprinted on its 50th anniversary.
The first healthcare workers to use rubber gloves didn't don them for hygienic reasons, but for dermatological ones.
You’re using pencil, fast and furious, to scribble notes when you make a mistake. Maybe after all these years you’re still mixing up b’s and d’s.
Wearing shapeless, color-coded smocks they enter the tiny interview rooms, their faces weathered from homelessness, twitching with worry and terror and detox as they look at me through the soundproof glass.
Citing financial concerns, Norway more or less announced the end of its Olympic bid for the 2022 games on Wednesday.
Last October, one week after the Breaking Bad series finale, I was having breakfast with a friend in Chicago.
As of this week, IUDs and implantable devices are the first-line recommendation for contraception in young women.
You have to salute the rulers of Iran. They stand on the verge of scoring a stunning diplomatic triumph over the United States.
Are you sick of reading about selfies? Are you tired of hearing about how those pictures you took of yourself on vacation last month are evidence of narcissism, but also maybe of empowerment, but also probably of the click-by-click erosion of Culture at Large?
The director of the Secret Service, Julia Pierson, resigned on Wednesday, bowing to bipartisan pressure following a series of embarrassing security breaches.
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