The hedge fund that staged a revolt at Exxon last month is now recruiting an army of mom-and-pop investors for future battles.
The subscription service is Amazon’s greatest—and most terrifying—invention.
The postracial idea is the most sophisticated racist idea ever produced.
The American Guides were unusual not only for their shaggy opulence and Americana maximalism, but also for their source of funding: the federal government.
Prosecutors aren’t charging suspects with hate crimes, even in clear-cut cases.
The experiment will be a valuable test of the theory that a shorter schedule can be good, or at least neutral, for businesses’ bottom line.
Recently released emails reveal a helter-skelter pressure campaign on the Justice Department.
Readers respond to David Treuer’s May 2021 cover story.
Americans are leaving their jobs. That might be a good sign for the labor market.
When a flagrantly unreliable narrator narrated his own story, people across the media spectrum responded as if he could be trusted. Why?
A collection of images from the Sea of Marmara, along Turkey’s coast, where a thick layer of glop known as mucilage, or “sea snot,” has covered shorelines for months.
The sea snot blanketing Turkey’s coastline isn’t just gross—it’s also smothering animals underwater.
TikTok’s recommendation algorithm is known for its accuracy and even its “magic.” What does it mean if the videos it picks for you are totally disgusting?
They condition their members to see themselves as soldiers at war with the public they are meant to serve, and above the laws they are meant to enforce.
One fact of long-term relationships is that humans often take their partner for granted. Think of gratitude as a buffer against that.
And how The Mandalorian can restore the true power of George Lucas’s galaxy
Tenants of large, unaccountable housing investors suffer in ways that don’t necessarily show up in data.
Attacks on symbols of nationhood are not merely symbolic actions. They strike at the nationhood the symbol represents.
More Americans are telling their boss to shove it. Is the workplace undergoing a revolution—or just a post-pandemic spasm?
Much of Asia cannot (or will not) yet get jabbed, so the region is still having to rely on suppression tactics.
The rigged “election” of Ebrahim Raisi as Iran’s next president has the potential to be a turning point for the country. But its significance will be fully understood only in hindsight.
The late author could be bracingly clear or confidingly sympathetic, but her most consistent modus operandi was to obscure and complicate.
Some of the colors we see on creatures such as blue jays and poison-dart frogs aren’t created by pigments at all.
On the heels of WandaVision, two new series—Kevin Can F**k Himself and Physical—explore how pop culture can limit the roles that women play in real life.
The pandemic won’t be over until it’s under control around the world.
International crises demand international solutions.
“To Americans, the arrival of the Chinese delegation seemed like the sudden appearance of aliens.”
Leagues are seeing the downside of treating vaccines as simply a matter of personal choice.
There’s no way of knowing how bad things will get in the U.S. In a way, that’s a luxury.
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