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The Earth’s Secret Miracle Worker Is Not a Plant or an Animal: It’s Fungi

Without fungi we don’t have bread, chocolate, cheese, soy sauce, beer or wine. They are also crucial to protecting our climate.

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The Legacy of Latasha Harlins

A year before the L.A. riots, a 15-year-old Black high schooler was shot and killed in a local store. Here, Slow Burn host Joel Anderson explains how her untimely death impacted her community and the uprising to come.

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Adele on Her New Album, ‘30,’ Divorce, Tour

How she turned heartache over her divorce into her most honest album yet.

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This Motivational Guru Might Be the Most Influential, Nonfamous Person in L.A.

Angela Manuel-Davis’ cycling classes are the church on wheels that everyone — from Jay-Z and Beyoncé to Busy Philipps and Ciara — needs.

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The Dangers of Group Narcissism

In everyday settings, it can keep people from listening to one another. At its worst, it might fuel violence.

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“We’re Like the Anti-‘Billions’”: How ‘Succession’ Makes Wealth Look Miserable

Despite the enormous riches at the disposal of its characters, ‘Succession’ portrays cold, bland environments with little regard for personal taste or beauty. That comes down to a series of intentional decisions from the show’s designers and cinematographers.

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Why Zillow Couldn’t Make Algorithmic House Pricing Work

The real estate site went into the business of buying and selling homes. But the pandemic messed up its predictions.

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Parents Are Secretly Obsessed With Jellycat Stuffies

The first night I spent with medium Bashful duck, I slept more soundly than I had in months.

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Laws of Logic Lead to New Restrictions on the Big Bang

Physicists are translating commonsense principles into strict mathematical constraints on how our universe must have behaved at the beginning of time.

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