We decided to all treat it like a joke because we didn't know what else to do or how to talk about anything due to having the brain damage of being young men.
Jessica Gross considers her preference for certain types of confinement.
In a lot of very real ways, Eminem’s early music helped lay the groundwork for the world we live in today. But was that necessarily a good thing?
"It took me 30 years to tell anyone. And I'm far from alone."
Many famous people insist on being bad or conspicuously visible. Winters, thankfully, is just there.
It appealed to me that it was texting and not calling, because the thing my friend had said when she volunteered for the hotline was that it was sometimes really hard to talk to people on the phone. So that’s how that started.
A story about actual human behavior in the year 2018.
If this platform could give me the ability to present a glossy, curated life, then I was going to take full advantage.
Despite what the name suggests, it really is not easy to bake.
In one way, the most important way, three months is a long time. It's not long enough to start discussing serious future plans together, but it's plenty of time to fall in love, to build up feelings strong enough that you feel real pain when that love severs.
New books about the opioid crisis — "Dopesick," "Fight for Space" and "American Fix" — have different ideas about who's to blame and what to do next. Our critic says regulating supply can have deadly consequences and we need to address users' pain.
A liberal's search for God and faith in a divided country.
The silent-meditation retreat that gave my marriage a makeover.
Jen Doll comes to terms with her inner teenager … or whatever.
It feels like a developer aimed to fit maybe just one more Holiday Inn amongst a row of already cramped budget hotels for a stretch of 225 miles.
Comedian Rob Delaney's heartbreaking account of caring for his terminally ill son.
In a world where we're guaranteed so little, at least you can count on cash back.
Here’s what it taught me about money and privilege.
Want to feel better about climate change? Last week’s climate summit showed that the most ambitious action isn’t happening on the national scale—it’s cities and states that are leading the way.
"I neither lament nor celebrate the fall of the breastaurant," writes Sascha Cohen, who worked at a Santa Monica Hooters while attending college.
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