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To celebrate Pi Day, we look at applications—from NASA to cars—that prove you can have too much of a good thing.
Shrinkflation is causing consumers to pay the same or more for less.
People want to help Ukrainians, and Airbnb has emerged as one way to do it. But is it the most effective?
As the perils of cooking with gas become more apparent, there’s ever more reason for cooks to turn to these flameless, easy-to-clean ranges.
One anthropologist has made it her mission to remove racial prejudices from the study of hair and find the evolutionary roots of hair diversity.
These books—memoir, fiction, and nonfiction—offer a glimpse into a century of historical context in Eastern Europe.
When the CEO of Scholastic died suddenly last year, he left control of the family empire to a former colleague—his ex-girlfriend. Now there may be a showdown brewing over billions of dollars in kids’ fare.
Receiving feedback (positive and negative) helps us feel engaged, connected, and satisfied at work.
As the west focuses on oligarchs, a far smaller group has its grip on true power in Moscow. Who are the siloviki — and what motivates them?