There Should Be an Oscar for Playing a Real Person

Daylight Saving and the Politics of Time. The Untold Stories of Gregg Popovich.

The New Identity Politics of Eric Adams

Can the time-bending, crime-fighting, club-hopping, veggie-munching mayor of New York bridge the schism in the Democratic Party?

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7 Mistakes You’ll Definitely Make Hiring a Financial Advisor

Working with a financial advisor is a crucial part of any retirement plan, but most people make these avoidable mistakes when hiring one.

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What Ancient Philosophers Teach Us About Uncertain Times

For many people, the world is in a state of upheaval that can feel difficult to cope with, but can the teachings of the Stoics help in these troubling times?

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The Untold Stories of Gregg Popovich

Here’s what makes the winningest NBA coach so successful, according to those who know him.

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There Should Be an Oscar for Playing a Real Person

Impersonating a famous person employs a completely different skill set than fleshing out a new character.

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Humans Evolved to Play Music

A gesture as simple as holding the violin is intimately connected to our biology.

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How to Use the Two-Week Rule to Become Remarkably Successful (and Optimize Your Bucket List)

Two weeks is all it takes to find out what a goal means to you. And what you’re willing to do to achieve it.

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The Video Essay Boom

Hour-long YouTube videos are thriving in the TikTok era. Their popularity reflects our desire for more nuanced content online.

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As a Crisis Hotline Grows, So Do Fears It Won’t Be Ready

Envisioned as the 911 for mental health, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline will soon be 988, with more services for more callers. But it’s already straining to meet demand.

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Daylight Saving and the Politics of Time

Why we “fall back” and “spring forward”—and the surprisingly controversial history of clock time.

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