Eighteen days that shook the Republican Party—and humbled a president. Donald Trump had heard enough about policy and process. It was Thursday afternoon and members of the House Freedom Caucus were peppering
In his last book, economist Tyler Cowen wrote about how machine intelligence could change the world. In his new book, The Complacent Class, he writes about the forces that prevent change from happening.
For centuries, people leaned into the popular (and false) belief that possession—material wealth and stature—was synonymous with happiness. But now minimalism is on the rise, and for good reason: it works.
A fan set out to data-map melancholy across the band’s nine albums. What does sadness sound like? You probably think you know — but how would you explain it to someone else? That question drove data analyst
COLUMBUS, Ohio — In recent months, I’ve frequently found myself in places hit hard by manufacturing job losses, speaking to people affected in various ways. Sometimes, the conversation turns to the conflict
For more than two decades, Rebecca Solnit has been a favorite of the literati: penning exquisite essays that move between the political and the personal, the intellectual and the earthy. Then came "mansplaining."