A round-up of intimate drawings from Meriwether Lewis, Milton Glaser, Stefan Sagmeister, and other bright minds The nature and origin of creativity is the subject of many a theory. But, rather than theorizing
If Uber, Lyft, and others don’t stop relying on contract workers, business could crumble. Is it time for a new definition of employee? When Vilma and Greta Zenelaj came across a Craigslist job ad that
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Serious presidential contenders used to run multiple times; today they can't. This is why. You have to give him this much: The man was determined to be president, and he had no problem outpacing his opponents.
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A study finds that a gene that helps form human faces also shapes the beaks of the famously varied Galápagos finches. Wide, slender, pointed, blunt: The many flavors of beak sported by the finches that