When the CEO of Whole Foods attempted to connect our vulnerability to the virus with our food choices and diet-related disease, the internet fired back. We asked experts if he was onto something.
Contrary to old misconceptions, video games may actually be helping your depression.
Mailing each other packages of tiny discs filled with music kept us connected.
Research by MIT political scientist Charles Stewart estimates that 4 percent of all mail-in ballots in the 2016 U.S. presidential election were not recorded.
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Although the information age is said to have begun in the latter part of the twentieth century, one could argue that we are now experiencing its peak, since almost everyone…View Post
Porous borders, tariff on gold imports and high demand for gold jewellery make the country a preferred market for illicit gold.
A button can't solve any of our current crises, but it’s a vital escape hatch — not away from our lives, but back into them.
It’s really hard to do business in the diamond industry virtually
New York City Health Department regulations for sex during the COVID-19 pandemic advise to “have sex only with people close to you.” What does that mean, though, when sex with new people is a...
The US military has asked two private companies, SpaceX and a consulting business called the Exploration Architecture Corporation, to analyze whether rockets could fling payloads far heavier than...
Wear a mask or face Gen Z's painfully targeted wrath.
The Russian opposition leader tells Lesley Stahl about what he went through after falling ill on an airplane this past August and why he won't let it stop him from the work he's doing against...
The crest on the cover? The colour of the booklet? Those intricately designed inner pages? There’s a reason for every element of your passport’s aesthetic.
Snow, lightning and tornados were among the natural phenomena captured in the 7,700 entries to the Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather Photographer of the Year awards. Here is a selection of...
Documents reveal UAE president owns multibillion-pound property portfolio spanning London’s most expensive neighbourhoods
Amid concerns about the future of theaters, remember that the past wasn’t always glorious. This is the moment to rethink what we want at a cinema.
Researchers at Tufts University have found that those distinctly funky smells from cheese are one way that fungi communicate with bacteria, and what they are saying has a lot to do with the...
With China acting more aggressively toward Taiwan, this Bloomberg article looks at the likely military and political consequences of a possible Chinese invasion of the disputed island.
Three strategies for surviving in a tough environment.
We suffocate the world with industry, then we commodify air- and find new ways to blame the most vulnerable.
The climate crisis, gender, populism, big tech, pandemics, race… our experts recommend titles to illuminate the issues of the day
The political backdrop could make the first coronavirus gathering of the advisory committee one of the most-watched in FDA history.
These aren't small numbers. At all.
Strolling with friends will provide our only form of sociability beyond the two-dimensional world of our screens, says author Matthew Beaumont
For the country’s underclass, the platform was a new medium for dissent.
A pioneering technique that captures precisely how mountains bend to the will of raindrops has helped to solve a long-standing scientific enigma.
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The Nikon Small World Competition first began in 1975 as a means to recognize and applaud the efforts of those involved with photography through the light microscope. Since then, Small World has...
Starting with experimental film in the 60s, video art has revolutionised the art world. We celebrate the medium through its most groundbreaking pieces
As a wife and a mother, I have learned how to tell the truth. Which is why I always know when my husband is lying.