Just as the folks here on the East Coast are about to bid adieu to the work day, we get this: Washington State Senator Joe Fain proudly tweeting that he's eating his leaky breakfast burrito in a Sesame Street diaper.
YouTube as a website and community bursts with positivity and good vibes. It’s also a cesspool of divisive discourse, which can sometimes turn into harassment. You’ll find all that and more at VidCon.
Charity singles and benefit concerts regularly find more success in the UK than anywhere else.
The current state of political rhetoric features two sides that both see each other as the oppressor.
The New York Times taste-tested 10 hot dogs to find, well, the best.
It's abandoning heritage hipsters for travel 'grammers.
Peter Hessler, Joyce Carol Oates, Malcolm Gladwell, and others weigh in about finding inspiration on the trails.
When your clothing is meant to help patients heal.
How to find the best suitcase, minimize your load, pack what you need on a beach trip or a business trip and cut down on wrinkles.
I started playing Dota 2 when I was in college, something I wanted to do to distract me from what I thought I was supposed to do. (Everyone gets a Bachelor’s degree today, right?)
Is the toy an apt representation of the holy Trinity or is it heresy?
What happens when immigrants have to adapt to cooking in a new home? A new cuisine, forged from sensory memories and new ingredients.
Joseph Touchette, who is ninety-three, may be the oldest drag queen in New York City.
Some teens obsess over pop stars. But the cult hit reality show has led many to find their icons in drag queens.
Inside: How airliners get recycled, a comprehensive list of President Trump's lies and why you should try getting your eudaimon on instead of binge watching shows on the weekend.
The main "Harry Potter" books may have wrapped up a decade ago, but J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World is still chugging along. Want to know what you should read and watch? Let us do you a fan service by giving you our recommendation.
The next time you visit an office, take a close look at how the company names its conference rooms.
The actor who plays Erlich says he turned down the reduced season five role HBO offered him: "They didn't imagine that I would be in a position of being like, 'I think that’s it.'"
The most prominent Native American in the world talks about what it means for Trump to treat the entire country like a reservation — and writing a memoir about a great woman who was not a great mother.
You might already know that Shakespeare came up with such famous phrases as "star-crossed lovers" and "much ado about nothing." But did you also know that the immortal bard came up with terms we all use everyday?
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