A new company is bringing the engineering savvy of rocket science to the design of the high-heeled shoe. Can stilettos that are actually comfortable to wear change centuries’ worth of symbolism?
Books can be places for intellectual wandering. They can also be mined of precious information with ruthless efficiency.
Google’s email service now offers all of its users the blissful ability to “undo send.”
What can it mean to “remove” this symbol of the Confederacy when it’s become such a familiar, seemingly benign, part of American life—through songs, clothing, and a Dodge Charger known as the General Lee?
America is living in a golden age of television, largely in thanks to cord cutting.
On Monday, the pop singer released “No Sleeep,” her first new single in seven years.
In the 1970s, the Sugar Association launched an ad campaign premised on the idea that sugar is … a useful diet aid.
Through jokes about text messages and tales of a terrible person named Tanya, Modern Romance explores what happens when looking for love also means looking for one’s “other half.”
Even at the height of ‘women’s liberation,’ products aimed to female consumers were actually marketed to men.
The latest reboot of the dino-themed franchise stars not only sinewy humans and slobbery dinosaurs, but also a pair of stilettos.
Three Atlantic writers discuss the seminal Alanis Morissette album two decades after its release.
Pizza Hut will soon be selling a pie that fuses two classic dishes into one mutant meal. But what is this food product, actually? Experts weigh in.
In its 27th season, TV's longest-running marriage is apparently in trouble. Will the phenomenon of small-screen schlubs neglecting the women they barely deserve never end?
Melissa McCarthy’s star turn as a CIA agent is funny, raunchy, and bursting with casual feminism.
In an interview with Fox News, the 19 Kids and Counting stars defended their son—and insisted that their experience is a common one.
Cultural conventions, when it comes to talking about transgender people, haven’t caught up to cultural realities. That will change, and quickly.
No offense to Christian Grey, but there’s really just one.
People look to Amy Schumer and her fellow jokers not just to make fun of the world, but to make sense of it. And maybe even to help fix it.
Reports of the quirky catalog’s death were, fortunately for travelers, greatly exaggerated.
19 Kids and Counting built its reputation on preaching family values, but the mass-media platforms that made the family famous might also be their undoing.
When Austin, Texas, elected a majority-female city council, the city hosted a workshop on interacting with women in government. It did not go well.