How to Win Every Argument With Your Kids Forever The answer can be found in game theory, according to a new book.
On Being Raped Could one man’s harrowing story encourage more male victims of sexual assault to come forward?
Watch a School Board Meeting Erupt Into “Jesus Loves Me” After an Attendee Speaks Up for Transgender Rights
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How Many Sports Stadium Name Changes Is a Game Changer? When should journalists respect corporate sponsored naming rights to a beloved sports stadium? And when shouldn’t they?
Astronomers Found Three Earth-Size Worlds Around a Nearby Star. But Don’t Pack Your Bags Just Yet.
In Praise of Social Media Mourning The death of a major artist reveals what’s best about Twitter and Facebook, not what’s worst.
The Blaccent: What Does It Mean to Sound Black? Linguist John McWhorter argues that it makes perfect sense for the speech of black and white Americans to have subtle differences.
Donald Trump Accuses Ted Cruz’s Dad of Helping JFK’s Assassin. Yep, You Read That Right.
How Trump’s “Unpredictability” Dodge Became the Dumbest Doctrine in Politics He couldn’t answer a question. He wound up with a political philosophy.
The High Schooler Behind the Mini-Brain Generator An unconventional summer project may help shed light on how Zika affects developing babies’ brains.
Gap Years for Everyone? Malia Obama’s college plan will probably work out great for her, but taking time off before college isn’t exactly foolproof.
Now Starting for the Sonoma Stompers We picked Sean Conroy off a spreadsheet. We didn’t realize he’d be the first openly gay player in pro baseball history.
Under Cover Prudie counsels a woman who doesn’t want to tell her fiancé she slept in the same bed as a friend.
The XX Factor
At the Met Gala, the Future of Fashion Was Silver, Feathered, and a Lot Like the Early 2000s
The End of Conventional Wisdom in Politics No one thought the individual donor–funded campaign for a democratic socialist would get this far… especially Bernie Sanders.