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Brad Pitt on Angelina Jolie: "I Trust Her With My Life"

Just another reason to envy their relationship.<p>There are many reasons why we envy Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's relationship (beyond the obvious aesthetic ones), and Pitt provided us with a few more in a new interview with <i>V</i> magazine. The actor, talking about his new project, <i>By the Sea</i>, which he …

The GOP’s entire identity is based on a lie: How the Obama presidency exposed Republican deficit delusions

For six years, Republicans have pilloried Obama for out-of-control spending. But there’s one big problem with that<p>Following the first Democratic debate, Fox News and the broader conservative ecosystem erupted in a coordinated effort to paint the Democrats as frivolous spenders, handing out free …

Economics

Stop listening to these clowns: Economists’ bad ideas have been damaging our economy for years

Economic theories on austerity, inflation, growth and free markets have been resoundingly bad. Let’s stop listening<p>Economists were indeed set back on their heels by the financial crisis of 2008 and by the depth of the recession and the levels of unemployment that followed. Though not well …

Economics

It's Not Your Imagination, Single Women: There Literally Aren't Enough Men Out There

We talked to author Jon Birger about the shortage of educated men, where women should go if they really want to land a husband, and why boys aren't going to college in the first place.<p>We all have that friend: the beautiful, intelligent, driven woman who—like Katherine Heigl in every rom-com—can't …

Relationships

WIRED2015: Artificial intelligence is evolving, says Antoine Blondeau

Antoine Blondeau worked on the project that became Apple's Siri. Today he runs Sentient Technologies, the world's best-funded AI company. He was …

IBM's carbon nanotube breakthrough takes processors beyond silicon

IBM Research has developed a new way of creating contacts for carbon nanotube that it claims will open "a pathway to dramatically faster, smaller and …

Engineering

Vettel on the road in a California T

H&M Unveils First Ad Campaign to Feature a Muslim Model in Hijab

H&M's ad campaign for its Close the Loop recycling program is making headlines not just for the environmental aspect. One of the campaign faces, Mariah Idrissi, is the brand's first Muslim model to be featured wearing a hijab. H&M's move is the latest attempt from fashion brands trying to open …

Apple car set to launch in 2019, according to reports

An Apple electric car will soon follow the company's range of phones, computers and wearables. Reports of Apple's car development have been floating …

Autonomous Cars

Lies You Will Hear As The Economic Collapse Progresses

It is undeniable; <b>the final collapse triggers are upon us</b>, triggers alternative economists have been warning about since the initial implosion of …

Stock Markets

It Girl Essentials: Tamu McPherson's Best 30 Outfits Ever

As the blogger behind All the Pretty Birds and a street-style photographer, Tamu McPherson is a bit of an anomaly—while she's out shooting the best outfits on the street, other...

Clothing

Cindy Crawford Is Back!

Reformation fans and ‘90s supermodel obsessives alike have still not gotten over the loss of the “Cindy Crawford” sweatshirt, which sold out in 2013. Photos of the super wearing the top since have only increased the frenzy over the ubersoft separate—the sup’s daughter Kaia was seen “borrowing” it …

Donna Karan in Her Own Words: An Exclusive Excerpt From Her Upcoming Memoir

Donna Karan<p><i>In her upcoming memoir, design icon Donna Karan reflects on her early days in fashion, creating her groundbreaking label—and embarking on her latest chapter.</i><p>Finding Her Fit in Fashion<p><i>A young Donna is hired by Anne Klein—and winds up in the top job.</i><p>The first thing I learned when I took …

Migrant in Greece says they begged for food, water, blankets

PIRAEUS, Greece (AP) — Thousands of migrants reached Greece's main port near Athens on Thursday, with one telling of a perilous journey from Syria dodging armed Turkish border guards and begging for water, food and blankets during her family's quest to reach the safety of Europe.<p>Greece has been …

North Africa

Hackers Crack Key-Fob Encryption of More Than 25 Car Companies

Another day, another car hack.<p>Modern transponder-equipped car keys are supposed to be ultrasafe: The chip-keys and key fobs communicate with readers inside the car, allowing the car to start only once a secret digital password has been transmitted. But a team of security researchers says they've …

Volkswagen

Science Says Working Long Hours Is Seriously Bad for Your Health

Seriously: stop working so much, for your health’s sake.<p>A new study of 600,000 individuals in Australia, the United States, and Europe published in …

New York Times

How Poverty Shaped Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel’s story is the classic tale of rags-to-designer-tweed, a stylish Dickensian drama. Born in dire poverty to unwed parents on this day, …

Coco Chanel

Ann Coulter Is a Human Being

Outrage culture was invented to annihilate people like Ann Coulter, but instead it's reinvigorated her career.<p>In a corner booth at a popular Los Angeles Mexican restaurant called El Coyote, Ann Coulter and her friends are celebrating the completion of the professional conservative's latest book,</i> …

Feminism

Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2015: the best entries so far

Dining Like Darwin: When Scientists Swallow Their Subjects

Scientists are a driven bunch, dedicated and passionate about understanding the inner workings of the world. You must be focused, willing to work strange hours in every kind of weather. Willing to go beyond the known and be constantly inspired by your curiosity.<p>It takes guts to be a scientist. And …

Biology

Stephen Colbert Shares Why He Thinks Women Should Be in Charge of Everything

<i>Brand-new Late Show host Stephen Colbert comes clean: He loves women. Can't get enough of 'em. Thinks they should be in charge of everything. Hear him out.</i><p>First off, it's an honor to be writing for <i>Glamour</i>, a magazine so sophisticated it has an extra u in the title. All the finest publications do, …

Carly Fiorina

See the Most Dazzling Photos of the Perseid Meteor Shower

The Perseid meteor shower at Bamburgh in Northumberland in August 2015.<br>Peter Greig—REX/Shutterstock

Astronomy

7 incredibly useful lessons I learned from Harvard Business School's new online course

Called HBX CORe (Credential of Readiness), it's a "pre-MBA" course that tackles the basics of statistics, economics, and accounting using HBS's case study method and a proprietary user experience.<p>Its target demographic includes professionals who are looking to make up for their lack of a formal …

Investing

Facebook Has A Zany, Nihilist Doppelgänger That’s Made Entirely On Paper

Like this post. Like it hard.<p>There is the Facebook we all know. It’s run by Mark Zuckerberg, the lovable Harvard dropout gone billionaire, and it feeds us an unlimited stream of news and photos of our friends’ kids through a blue and grey sheen engineered to offend no one.<p>And then there’s another …

Social Media

3D-printed clothing collection took student 2,000 hours to produce

Nine months of research and 2,000 hours to print: That's how long it took student Danit Peleg to complete her final design project.<p>Peleg, a …

Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future by Paul Mason review – engagingly written, but confused

Paul Mason’s vision of a post-capitalist world is rooted in a dated ideology and short on specifics<p>At a time when, despite the occasional hiccup, market forces appear to be triumphant everywhere, up pops Channel 4’s economics editor, Paul Mason, to predict that the end is nigh. Capitalism, says …

Economics

Bank lending to firms rises for the first time since the crash

Businesses are at last getting more cash from banks - but lending is still far below its peak in 2008<p>Bank lending to businesses will rise this year for the first time since the financial crisis – as the seven-year crunch for firms seeking credit finally comes to an end.<p>Businesses borrowed £103.4bn …

Why America is Falling Behind the Rest of the World

America is declining, in large and important measures, yet policymakers aren’t paying attention. So argues a new academic paper, pulling together …

Income Inequality