In 2014, #Girlboss became the young woman's career bible, with Sophia Amoruso its imperfect hero. Now, Amoruso is doubling down on career-focused feminism with a new media company. The only problem: Feminism has changed. A lot.
Inside Walmart’s curious, possibly ingenious effort to get customers to build up their savings accounts.
A new tell-all details Clinton's bid for the presidency.
For a second-grader, gunfire, school lockdowns, then the worst violence of all.
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How do we live with the fact that the world we knew is going and, in some cases, already gone?
Silicon Valley finds reason to embrace philosophy.
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Years before Prince died of an overdose, his music provided a lifeline for Eva Tenuto.
A psychiatrist has some advice on how to work with difficult colleagues.
93-year-old grandfather Tom Sitter won an open mic storytelling contest with this laugh-out-loud story from his youth, complete with the names of his actual classmates.
Except for your wedding and your funeral.
Some companies are recognizing their employees’ social consciences by offering paid time off for political involvement, and even covering bail for employees arrested while peacefully protesting.
Cancer doctors are overworked retire early, and attract fewer recruits than other specialties, leaving the rising cancer-patient population vulnerable. Here’s what must be done.
It’s a category that used to begin and end with the bone-dry pot brownie, served in a college dorm room. Laurie Wolf is a leader in its gourmet revolution.
Divorce is always hard, but it can be particularly messy in a land of huge wealth, alpha personalities and hard-nosed lawyers who don't come cheap.
For people diagnosed with autism, video games can offer special satisfaction in a world that is unpredictable and unfathomable.
Done right, worrying can actually be a pretty useful activity.
Resolving petty disputes, like not replacing the toilet paper, is straightforward — albeit a bit uncomfortable. Knowing when it's time to move out, however, is much more difficult.
James Davis spent more than four years battling with the city of Stevenson, Alabama to let his wife Patsy rest in peace in their yard.
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