Guilty All the Time. Life of an Extra. Good to be Antisocial.

Why Do We Feel So Guilty All the Time?

Food, sex, money, work, family, friends, health, politics: there’s nothing we can’t feel guilty about, including our own feelings of guilt.


The Curious Life of an Extra

Playing bystanders and party guests was supposed to be a temporary gig. It turned into a viable, and surprisingly fulfilling, way to make a living.


Does Even Mark Zuckerberg Know What Facebook Is?

The same company that gives you birthday reminders also helped ensure the integrity of the German elections.


When It’s Good to Be Antisocial

Yet out of the 20,000 known species of bees, only a few are social. Some bee species have even given up social behaviors, opting for the single life. Why?


Two Dark American Truths From Las Vegas

America will not stop these shootings. They will go on. We all know that, which makes the immediate wave of grief even worse.


Ending Net Neutrality Will End the Internet as We Know It

The FCC should not let a few giant gatekeepers speed up and slow down their preferred sites and services. It should move us all into the fast lane.


Gun Violence in America, Explained in 17 Maps and Charts

In the developed world, these levels of gun violence are a uniquely American problem. Here’s why.


Can Anyone Beat Jeff Bezos?

Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, and Facebook have remade the economy in their image. So what happens if they turn on each other?


13 Successful People on the Books That Changed Their Lives

Money compiled a reading list of the books several CEOs, COOs and company founders say changed the trajectory of their lives. Some are tried and true career inspirations like The Art of War, while others are literary classics or feats of investigative journalism such as A Wrinkle in Time or The New Jim Crow. All helped launch some of the most inspiring careers of our time.


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