The mundanity and insanity of gun death in America
Man's best friend is surprisingly skilled at getting inside your head.
The future of artificial intelligence is neither utopian nor dystopian—it’s something much more interesting.
Why do so many kids need glasses now?
Once upon a time, Apple’s new-device announcements were magic. Then everyone bought an iPhone.
When a kid becomes an adult, a new, confusing stage of the parent-child relationship begins, yet there’s little guidance to help families navigate it.
It’s so much more than the flavors.
Clothing-optional public spaces seem to be declining in popularity, especially among young people, whose relationship with nudity has been shaped by a lifetime online.
I didn’t quit on the American dream; it quit on me—and my generation. Now we need a different idea of the good life.
A secure attachment style can help people initiate and maintain friendships.
Amid the endless tiny indignities of air travel, only one true retreat remains.
Learning to drive as an adult was the hardest, best thing I’ve done.
I’m excited to be a dad someday. But after seeing how stressed and under-supported American parents are, I’m also apprehensive.
If you’re just eating one dish, you’re missing out.
Stick shifts are dying. When they go, something bigger than driving will be lost.
The first generation to grow up with social media, Millennials are now becoming the first generation to age out of it.
Romance novels celebrate female pleasure and aspiration.
My pregnancies could have killed me, but at least I chose them.
Sterlin Harjo’s genre-mixing, cliché-exploding series captures coming of age as a Native kid like no TV show before it.
Could famine be the missing piece?