“We started Never Liked It Anyway to make moving on easier. It’s a place to shed the stories and the stuff.”
A 20-year-old, U.S.-brokered peace agreement turned Bosnia into an ungovernable mess.
Compared to moms who are working full-time, those who work part-time feel like things are more under control.
A Supreme Court ruling signals it’s possible. But pot is the least of Mexico’s problems.
“We’re going after the 20 percent or 30 percent of your income that’s spent on crap.”
The company’s chips are international shorthand for the importance of color in our lives.
Poultry workers face much greater on-the-job risks than most of the American workforce.
He failed to lead Iraq out of the conflict his deceptions helped launch. He had the potential to do so much better.
Why do so many Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck despite earning a decent income?
Doctors’ zero-alcohol-during-pregnancy policy contradicts research about the risks of light drinking.
Gout and malnutrition are on the rise.
Uber’s algorithm is a little less mysterious now that researchers from Northeastern University have run tests on it.
Researchers aren't sure yet what it means for human health.
Russia, which has sent only a handful of women into space, plans to fix that in 2029.
A study suggests you should hug a Finn, but not a Brit.
Thin and relatively unprotected, deep-sea cables could be the next target in tech warfare.
“No one wants to pay $30 to read a research paper from 1987.”
Eight out of 10 of the world’s richest self-made women come from the country.
Borrowing from other cultures isn’t just inevitable, it’s potentially positive.
Satellites and GPS are vulnerable to cyber attack, but celestial-navigation techniques aren’t.