Elites are finding more ways to ensure that their children never run out of chances to fail. In 2014, Zach Dell launched a dating app called Thread. It was nearly identical to Tinder: Users created a uploaded
This med student was given last rites before finding a treatment that saved his life. His method could help millions
(CNN) — It was just after Christmas in 2013 and David Fajgenbaum was hovering a hair above death. He lay in a hospital bed at the University of Arkansas, stricken with a rare disease. His blood platelet
For YouTube, $170 million is a drop in the bucket. That’s how much the FTC fined YouTube on Wednesday for violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The FTC claimed that YouTube collected
Lego just released audio and Braille instructions. They did it because of a blind man who never gave up.
“I loved the creativity of Lego,” said Shifrin, now 22, whose parents guided him through builds for most of his childhood in Massachusetts. “Plus, it was wonderful brain training for me: Blind people trouble
Even Though You're Smart, Driven, and Persistent, Science Says You Need 1 More Thing to Be Exceptionally Successful (and
If you want to be one of the most successful people, you'll also need this. Science says so. Think about any incredibly successful person and it's easy to assume they possess something special: Talent.
Following his powerhouse performance in the last two Stranger Things seasons, Dacre Montgomery is a pretty big deal. In a very honest Instagram post shared on Monday night, the actor opened up about his