Oculus founder Palmer Luckey secretly bankrolled an Internet meme group circulating anti-Hillary Clinton propaganda, according to The Daily Beast. Luckey (pictured, right) financially backed pro-Donald
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Perhaps you can remember the scene in the cult classic The Breakfast Club when Bender and Claire have a little back-and-forth over some tuna sushi rolls. "You won't accept a
Jenny Zhang responded to a white poet’s use of a Chinese pen name with a deeply personal and far-sighted look at the publishing industry’s failure to see excellence when it comes from people of color.
When it comes to getting rich, the formula is simple: Spend less and save more. That's easier said than done. To save a considerable amount of money, you have to make more than an intermittent effort.
Created in 2012 by the founders of Silicon Valley tech giants — plus wealthy Chinese and Russian entrepreneurs — the Breakthrough Prizes honor "achievements in science and math so we can encourage more
It was Albert Einstein who said, "The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking." Every thought we hold creates our future. And since
In European countries like Spain, France, and Italy, the first meal of the day is a quick piece of bread or pastry and strong coffee. Meanwhile in Korea, breakfast is a sweeping event that crowds the just
Since John Elvesjo noticed a sensor tracking his eye movements in a lab experiment, the technology he developed with Henrik Eskilsson and Marten Skogo has helped disabled people use a computer by identifying
The Question Is rinsing fruit and vegetables under water effective at removing pesticides? Should I use a store-bought produce wash instead? Are there some fruits and vegetables that, no matter how I them,
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner says most people never ask themselves a question that's vital to career success
Since becoming the CEO of LinkedIn in 2009, Jeff Weiner has developed a reputation as one of the US's top executives. It's not only for helping take LinkedIn to a market cap of $32 billion, but also for
Dear readers: Congress just killed the Social Security strategy known as "claim now, claim more later" that allowed married couples to boost their benefits by tens of thousands of dollars. The changes,