The attorney takes on Bill Cosby, rape law, and Donald Trump.
Travel clothing was invented so you could leave your white sneakers at home.
Here's a roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists (and subreddits) addressed in recent days.
The story of Hurricane Harvey, as told by 28 Texans who helped their state through its darkest hour.
Autistic children grow up to be autistic adults. Our society doesn’t give them the support they need.
Because we confuse the knowledge in our heads with the knowledge we have access to, we are largely unaware of how little we understand. We live with the belief that we understand more than we do — including how machines will behave.
Most of the work that goes into good world building never finds its way onto the page.
A conversation with Ian Sears, a flight meteorologist at NOAA.
Stop treating it like a societal norm. It's, increasingly, not.
Photo essays from the beaches, lakes, spas and parks of Estonia, Japan, Guinea and more.
Why did police and local reporters rush to blame a 14-year-old girl struck by a speeding driver in a marked crosswalk?
Stories from inside the child welfare system.
His actions were labelled "pure evil," and he is now serving 14 years for the murder of Quamari Serunkuma-Barnes. But his mother tells of years of trying and failing to get help that might have saved him — and his victim.
When a group of Dutch scuba enthusiasts salvaged an artifact from a seventeenth-century shipwreck, they did so illegally. Would it have been better for the item to wash away?
Madame Giselle, as some call her, boasted to neighbors about her powerful connections. Then she proposed a special investment opportunity. That’s when things got messy.
Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan had braced himself for the worst when he went down with a torn ACL last December. Now he just had to face it.
Sex workers come in all shapes, sizes, colors and ages.
No one has more fun at a Chance the Rapper show than Chance himself. But a close second, at stage left, is Matt Maxey — who, along with his company, DEAFinitely Dope, is translating the magic of Chance shows for deaf concertgoers.
In watching the Indians on their historic streak, it became clear the most remarkable thing about the team wasn't the wins.
More social scientists are using AI intending to solve society's ills, but they don’t have clear ethical guidelines to prevent them from accidentally harming people.
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