Community First! Village's model for ending homelessness emphasizes the stabilizing power of social connections.
My parents always told me to follow my dreams. It's good advice — but could someone without family money afford to take it?
"All the hustle porn, work harder and be better s**t... it basically ruined my life."
Prospective students must adhere to strict deadlines, write numerous papers, and fill out countless questionnaires. And if that wasn't enough, there is another burden stemming from the application process that must fall on someone. Paying for it all.
"When your personality and content are being influenced by major media investors, it's starts to get really hard to know where a creator's personality stops and a corporate machine begins..."
Retailers have been found to inflate prices in the lead-up to Black Friday in order to overstate discounts.
A new art world exposé provides neither insight nor gossip.
Savings tips are classist garbage and belong in the trash.
You weren't just imagining it — the iPhone X was a big jump.
If households in the US were boiled down into 100 homes, only one house would be making more than $300,000 per year.
When there's an important meeting, some companies bring in extra workers to make the office look busier.
Last month, I published a small Twine game called "You Are Jeff Bezos." In it, you wake up in the body of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and proceed to spend every red cent to his name. That's it. That's the whole thing.
The reinvented toilets on display are a culmination of seven years of research and $200 million given by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which the former software tycoon runs with his wife, since 2011.
Step One: Recruit some German socialist-punk record shop owners.
While it's no secret that economic disparity is widening in the US, the fact that a high percentage of wage earners made less than $5,000 last year is both startling and bleak.
In the 1970s, the fast food company unveiled a novel new game to customers. The prize? Diamonds. Yes, diamonds.
Tom, a 29-year-old financial analyst who works in one of London's most notable global consultancies, is sweating and swearing as he watches line graphs and fluorescent red numbers fluctuate on his computer screen.
Expensive travel leagues siphon off talented young athletes from well-off families—and leave everyone else behind.
A growing number of digital entrepreneurs have figured out a “passive income” strategy to make thousands of dollars a month with no overhead. Is it a gold mine or just a pipe dream for never working again?
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
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