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Two decades ago, a transgender sex worker-turned-novelist became a sensation — but he didn't exist.
When the US government is doing nothing to stop climate change, do your personal choices even matter? Here's how climate scientists are — and aren't — changing their lives.
What stanning for Publix, H-E-B and Wegmans says about Americans.
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How cults feed on American ideals, aspirations and hypocrisies.
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You can tell that the race for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination is getting serious because the candidates are talking about... James Joyce.
Saying goodbye to Payless is like bidding farewell to the whole post-WWII American shopping experience.
I never believed in psychics. Until events of my life forced me to see one.
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The next generation of astrologers is self-taught, self-branded and self-aware. But are they really ready to take on the mysteries of the universe?
Recently, the business of getting paid to promote a company via your social media has spread pandemic-like.
The most loyal squire in Westeros talks about Season Eight, his touching song in Episode Two, and why his sexually gifted character became so beloved by fans.
On its 49th birthday, Earth Day is having a midlife crisis. In the beginning, it was a policy-shaking event that awakened a new generation of activists. But now even environmentalists have misgivings about it.
For years, a subculture of teenage hobbyhorse enthusiasts flourished under the radar. Now the craze is a national export and a celebration of girlhood.
Have spider mites on your alocacia? Struggling with root rot? Chances are Instagram influencers like Christine Kelso, Jennifer Tao, Brandon Jeon, Darlene Zavala and Danae Horst (gardening gurus with more than 300,000 followers among them) have the answers you're seeking.
We went around the streets of Paris to ask a variety of people how they felt about the Notre-Dame fire — straight up.
"Being able to witness the '30s, '40s, and '50s in color blows me away every time... It's just a magical feeling."
Hoping to reconnect to their love for the iconic musician, two old friends go to hear his best known band play without him.
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