TOKYO — Daisuke Hayakawa is the coach of Japan’s Olympic skateboarding team, which is likely to dominate the sport when it makes its debut at this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo. But that does not mean he
A few years ago I got an email from Elizabeth Wurtzel telling me that her cancer had returned, and that it was advanced. Saying I was sorry would render precisely the wrong response, she let me know. illness
SAN FRANCISCO — It has become common wisdom that too much time spent on smartphones and social media is responsible for a recent spike in anxiety, depression and other mental health problems, especially
Recently, after having dinner in Midtown Manhattan, I put on my AirPods Pro as I walked to the subway station. I began getting hot, so I gently pulled off my red beanie while at 58th Street and Broadway.
In a photo series for O Magazine, racial dynamics between white women and women of color are flipped
In three devastatingly simple photos, the yawning gap of inequality between white women and women of color is brought to forefront. In a photo essay titled “Let’s Talk About Race,” photographer Chris explores
Nowadays we don’t really buy things. We just subscribe to online services. And how can we resist? The streaming revolution has brought us vast amounts of video and music entertainment at the click of button.
ONS study finds wealth disparity in UK and US leading to growing health inequality Being wealthy adds nine years to healthy life expectancy: a life free from disability and pain, according to transatlantic
New evidence shows Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused and trafficked hundreds of young women and girls on his private Caribbean island, some as recently as 2018, significantly expanding the scope of his conduct,
Once upon a time, in the notorious start-up cradle, small was beautiful. For decades, whole regions, nations even, have tried to model themselves on a particular ideal of innovation, the lifeblood of modern
Laurence D. Fink, the founder and chief executive of BlackRock, announced Tuesday that his firm would make investment decisions with environmental sustainability as a core goal. BlackRock is the world’s
The memories come to her in fragments. The bed creaking late at night after one of her brothers snuck into her room and pulled her to the edge of her mattress. Her underwear shoved to the side as his hovered
On Ilkley Moor in west Yorkshire on a Tuesday evening in May, 200 people milled about in glorious sunshine, ready to run the five-mile Jack Bloor race over moors recently blackened in a fire, but still
It is an age often marked by baldness, breakups and babies becoming grownups. Yet experts believe that the dread and misery associated with middle age could all be down to genetics. An academic study by
Nieman Lab’s not the only one that does predictions for 2020 (oh hey, check out our predictions for 2020!): The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford has a report out today that’s the