When dogs domesticated themselves around 40,000 years ago, they became far more like human infants than their wolf ancestors, according to Brian Hare, Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University.
The conflict over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination centered not on tribalism, but on a lack of justice. When it comes to Brett Kavanaugh, there are three camps. The first believes it’s a travesty that he confirmed.
Long before your favorite movie made it to a theater near you, it was presented in a pitch meeting. Hollywood screenwriters typically get three to five minutes to propose an idea, but it takes only around
And more tips from an expert on buying rugs online. We’re in the golden age of nesting. As millennials–now in their late twenties and early thirties–buy homes and start families, a wave of startups has
Samantha Bee, the first woman to host a late-night satirical show, “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” week after week cuttingly and eloquently attacks politicians and policies. But she isn’t what she appears.
What’s black and white and read all over? This article, hopefully. Every time we drive through farm country in my dad’s home state of Indiana, we know it’s coming. As soon as he spots it in his peripheral
It’s easy to get so caught up in getting through the workday that you don’t even notice you’re a bit stuck in your career path. Maybe you’re no longer satisfied in your position, or you’re simply bored
Women are hesitant to talk up their accomplishments because they are often penalized when they do. This much we know: There’s a wide and stubborn gender gap, both in terms of pay and leadership opportunities.
Phone interviews have become an inevitable part of the job-hunting process. Here are 12 things to keep in mind to make sure you succeed. These days, phone interviews are an unavoidable part of the job
The most cynical decision George H. W. Bush made as president was to nominate Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court. The choice was cynical because of Thomas’s race. In 1991 Bush had a vacancy to fill Thurgood
TALENT, Ore. — It was the first day of school, and the fifth-grade teacher invited her students, seated in a circle on the floor, to swap summer stories in English or Spanish. One described a family trip
People who believe they thrive in chaos typically have to work alone. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A big part of being successful at time management is being organized.
The French director Jacques Audiard discusses adapting Patrick deWitt’s novel The Sisters Brothers into a darkly funny film starring John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix. “I was sitting outside the Commodore’s
It was not always easy being Arthur Ashe’s brother. How could it have been? “I was constantly being compared to Arthur, being asked why I wasn’t a clone of Arthur,” Johnnie Ashe told me recently. Arthur
Hiring outside of your industry can bring unique values that you may not get within your own sector. Many employers feel they need to hire candidates who know their company’s industry like the back of
The Hulu documentary by Bing Liu examines masculinity and trauma through the lens of three Illinois skateboarders. The moment Bing Liu’s gifts as a filmmaker first become clear is about a minute and a
Florida's penchant for the weird and strange — often manifested in new ways of criminal behavior (think chasing people through a store with a live alligator) — is so prevalent it's created a cottage industry
The revered costume designer shares a few of her prized possessions By Ann Roth “That’s [Nicole] Kidman, on the top left, with the nose I gave her [for The Hours]. We spent five days trying to make the
I am a Travel Loner. When the crowd heads off to see the sunset, I go east. Once, before a Costa Rican volcano tour even reached the volcano, I paid a taxista $100 to take me back to the capital, far the
The country has a growing case of ‘plant blindness’—a term used by botanists to describe the inability to identify basic plants. Even biologists struggle. The U.S. is running short of people who can tell
There’s a reason why the pie chart is universally hated: The iconic visualization actually makes it harder to understand the data. But avoiding pie charts isn’t the only rule for making good data viz.
Scotty Bowers is one of the dirtiest nonagenarians you’re likely to come across. He’s also a Hollywood legend of sorts. Bowers has been called the “pimp to the stars,” “Hollywood’s gentleman hustler,”
The Canadian psychology professor’s stardom is evidence that leftism is on the decline—and deeply vulnerable. Two years ago, I walked downstairs and saw one of my teenage sons watching a strange YouTube
Ido Portal teaches famous athletes how to use their bodies in entirely new ways. But is it all snake oil? “Bro, what kind of muscles you have?” asks Ido Portal in a short video introducing his philosophy.