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Royal baby: What's it like growing up as a third child?

<b>There will be many things that set the new royal baby's life apart from others, but something the prince will have in common with lots of us is siblings. With an older brother and sister, his is fifth in line to the throne, but what other effect can being third-born have?</b><p>The Duke and Duchess of …

Khloe Kardashian

When We Fled Peru, My Mother Took "Green Noodles" With Her

<i>Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more! In My Family Recipe, a writer shares the story of a single dish they've inherited, and why it's meaningful to them.</i><p>My mother may have been a white woman who grew up in Texas, but she could talk your ear off in Spanish, sprinkled liberally with …

South America

There Are 4 Types of Managers. One Is More Effective Than the Others

In a utopian corporate world, managers lavish a constant stream of feedback on their direct reports. This is necessary, the thinking goes, because organizations and responsibilities are changing rapidly, requiring employees to constantly upgrade their skills. Indeed, the desire for frequent …

Employment

How to Clean Out Your Spice Cabinet and Organize It—for Good

In the realm of "things I'd like to do on a Saturday," cleaning out my spice rack ranks just higher than doing my taxes and washing my third-floor apartment windows. But keeping your spices organized and fresh matters. Doing so may not automatically make you a better cook, but it <i>will</i> make you a …

Spices

Inside the World of Amal Clooney

A sudden late snow is falling, bright with just a touch of magic, as the automatic gate to Aberlash House opens. It’s an afternoon in March but, in this powdery landscape, could be January. Footprints lead a few steps down a drive, between a row of trees, and climb to a small colonnaded entryway. A …

Human Rights

The New Royal Baby Arrives: Pictures

The resume of the future will tell employers who you are, and not just what you’ve done

Resumes are a poor proxy for a human being.<p>Whether on paper or LinkedIn, they may tell an employer about a job seeker’s experience and credentials, but they’re frustratingly silent about almost everything else. They have virtually nothing to say about a candidate’s personality, or their character, …

Employment

Royal family tree: How the line of succession to the British throne has changed with the new royal baby boy

The new Royal baby boy, born this morning just after 11am, has created history and will slot in as fifth-in-line to the throne.<p>Prince William and his wife Kate's third child means the new line of succession will see the new Prince of Cambridge follow the Prince of Wales, Duke of Cambridge, Prince …

Prince Harry

Tesla and Waymo are taking wildly different paths to creating self-driving cars

Autonomous cars won’t happen without tons of data, but Tesla and Waymo have a big head start<p>There’s a race happening right now that stretches from Silicon Valley to Detroit and back: who can make a self-driving car that behaves better than a human driver? It’s a far harder task than it sounded even …

Autonomous Cars

The Post-Millennial Generation Is Here

… and they're working at the Museum of Ice Cream.<p>To get a job at the Museum of Ice Cream, hopeful future employees show up at the weekly casting call, Tuesdays at noon. They head to the former Savings Union Bank in San Francisco’s financial district, where pink banners announce, in minimalist font, …

Ice Cream

Beaten, tortured, sexually abused: An American ISIS widow looks for a way home

<b>Northern Syria (CNN) —</b> For Samantha Sally, a vacation was all it took to flip her quiet middle-American world of muscle cars, cotton candy and an Indiana packing company, into the horror of the ritual beatings, serial rape, torture and propaganda videos of ISIS's so-called Caliphate.<p>A holiday is …

Cotton Candy

Karen Pence Is Playing the Mother of All Long Games

Before running for Congress 18 years ago, Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, sat their kids down to talk about it. To explain why they’d be uprooting …

Donald Trump

As algorithms take over, YouTube's recommendations highlight a human problem

A supercomputer playing chess against your mind to get you to keep watching.<p>YouTube is a supercomputer working to achieve a specific goal — to get you to spend as much time on YouTube as possible.<p>But no one told its system exactly how to do that. After YouTube built the system that recommends …

Machine Learning

How to read poetry like a professor

Thomas Foster, an ex-literature professor and author, explains how to get the most out of poems while avoiding intimidation<p>Since retiring from his professorship at the University of Michigan-Flint, where he taught literature and writing for nearly 30 years, Thomas Foster has made a fruitful career …

Literature

The Race to Save the World's Disappearing Languages

Every two weeks a language dies. Wikitongues wants to save them.<p>On a residential block at the border between Brooklyn and Queens, Gottscheer Hall appears like a mirage from 1945.<p>Blue awnings advertise the space for weddings and events. Inside, an entryway is covered with the saccharin smiles of …

Language

Rachel Weisz Has a Big Surprise

Rachel Weisz is glowing.<p>That’s not unusual.<p>I’ve interviewed her before and seen her at movie and theater parties, and she’s always glowing.<p>I know that if you ask the hazel-eyed, raven-haired 48-year-old how she gets more beautiful every year, defying Hollywood’s propensity to push actresses in …

Pulp Fiction

Earth Day 2018 in Pictures

The story of life in photographs | Frans Lanting

Photographers

The 25 Best American Screenplays of the 21st Century, From ‘Eternal Sunshine’ to ‘Lady Bird’

From the Oscar-winning to the criminally underrated, it all starts on the page for these knockout scripts.<p>You’ll often hear directors say that each …

Toy Story

Pictures of the Week 4.19.18

I'm a Deaf Actress. Here's Why A Quiet Place Means So Much to Me.

"I’ve been on what feels like a million casting calls, and I constantly worry that I’m more a distraction or problem for casting directors than I am a serious contender."<p>I am not gonna lie — it’s not easy as a deaf actress. People don’t always take a chance on you, even if you blow them away in the …

Middle School

The urban design project sneaking puzzles and hopscotch into abandoned lots

Most kids only spend about 20% of their time in the classroom. The other 80% is spent outside the classroom—not just at home, but at bus stops and supermarkets, accompanying parents on errands and hanging out at libraries and parks.<p>Researchers agree that at least part of that time is a wasted …

Kids

22 'Westworld'-Themed Recipes for Your Premiere Party

Whether you love the show, hate the show, or hate that you love that you have no idea what's going on in the show, you probably have some type of …

Pizza Hut

Used Cars Full Of Used Electronics Set Sail For Nigeria

Lower-income countries get a lot of old stuff from the U.S. and Europe. Used cars and buses and trucks, for instance, roll onto ships to be resold at their destination.<p>But you'd be surprised at what might be inside these vehicles. Two photocopiers plus two TVs can typically fit in a car. A bus …

United Nations

Westworld twists were hidden in Futureworld all along

The original Westworld's 1976 sequel Futureworld is a bit rubbish, but it did make CGI history -- and it held the key to the new TV show's secrets.<p>Hit television show Westworld is a remake of an iconic '70s sci-fi movie, but the keys to the show's mind-bending twists can actually be found hidden in …

Action Movies

The Man Who Brought Down Lance Armstrong

Floyd Landis, a former teammate of the cyclist’s, just won more than $1 million in a legal case against Armstrong. Here are his thoughts on the suit, cycling, and his onetime rival.<p>Updated: April 19, 2018<p>At 5:19 p.m. on Friday, April 30, 2010, Floyd Landis hit send on what would prove the most …

Cycling