My monthly column for Seventeen began in 2000. I’d won an essay contest, the prize for which was $500. Seventeen kept me around for two years, until I graduated high school.
As a bone researcher, I've long understood that our physical bodies have a broader spectrum than we tend to think.
A court wouldn't let them.
If verified users with huge followings can't get Twitter to enforce its safety rules, what hope does everyone else have?
In a "no fats, no femmes" culture, could encouraging kindness on hookup apps be radical?
Don't lament young people's apathy, consider what's making them apathetic.
Her execution is so beautiful that even if she'd competed it in the men's competition — with the Biles' difficulty lowered to the 5.4 it garners as a men's vault — she would've posted the second-highest vault score.
A policy against violence doesn't mean much without a policy against hate speech.
People don't spring into action just because they see smoke; they spring into action because they see others rushing in with water.
In order to treat my medical condition, I had to accept myself as a member of one of the most mocked, hated, feared and misunderstood groups in America. I didn't — wouldn't — ask for that.
"We know how to make war; we have to make peace," mused Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer. "That’s part of our motivation for making the ship."
She was pilloried when her daughter died from her partner's abuse. I followed the trial because I needed to know what happened when you finally spoke up.
The Mega Millions jackpot has reached a staggering $1.6 billion, meaning Tuesday's drawing will be the largest in US history. The odds haven’t changed, with your chances of winning at 1 in 302 million, and so the value of a single $2 ticket has only increased.
A negotiated settlement is the only way out.
Being good at gaming is only a small part of the gig.
But in America, it has become many patients' salve. What about the patients whose stories aren't told?
Separating the most durable tunes from the millions of other would-be classics is no easy task. So we asked critics, musicians, and industry professionals to predict which tracks will stick around.
And why they must do it anyway.
People with speech disabilities are being left out of the voice-assistant revolution.
There is a rising tide of anger in America. But those who have earned their fury are often the ones who are punished for it.