For true contentment, adjust your approach.
For Marcos Cux — and thousands of other migrant children — working dangerous jobs that violate child-labor laws is the only American dream there is.
Since the pandemic, the sheer number of useless meetings has grown out of control. Some people are starting to fight back.
Silicon Valley’s biggest generative artificial intelligence developers are looking for a new kind of data worker: poets.
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The cast and crew discuss how the iconic film was made.
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“I’ve had a lot of people come forward saying, ‘That’s me [on the provider’s social media], but that’s not what I look like.’”
In his new book, ‘Unbottled,’ author Daniel Jaffee explores how bottled water’s meteoric rise has exacerbated inequality and intensified pollution.
A growing group of young Latinos are using TikTok and social media to push back on not speaking perfect Spanish — an attempt to define their identity and heritage on their own terms.
In the land of the U.S. embargo, Cuba’s Apple technicians are kings.
Despite its environmental and labor costs, shoppers love fast fashion. Will that ever change?
It’s a little word, but if you’re a chronic people pleaser it can be so tricky to say it. These tips and tricks will help.
Foley artist Joanna Fang powers up video games with her eclectic arsenal of sound-simulating weapons.
It may seem as though everyone has food intolerances these days, but there could be a few factors at play.
The designer’s eccentric tailoring has long had a cult following. Now it’s filtering into the mainstream.
When couples move in together for the first time, many financial questions and tasks arise, leaving room for disagreement and awkwardness.
Forget multiplication—you're really teaching executive functioning.
Running does not increase your risk of developing osteoarthritis in your knees, but you do need strong legs to stay healthy.
When you’re in the middle of a difficult conversation, it’s common to focus solely on yourself: your ideas, your viewpoint, your feelings. But a “me-centric” approach can backfire.