February 01, 2015 Archive February 2015

Can hugs make you healthier?

“Parents love genital cutting more than they love their own children”: Two "intactivists" tell Salon about foreskin restoration

Do condoms kill the mood of a book? Erotica authors don't agree on safe sex demands

My neighborhood revolution, one letter at a time

For the love of artificial hymens: 10 of the weirdest sex toys for women

Seau, Bettis, Brown, Haley, Shields voted into Hall of Fame

The sharing economy is a lie: Uber, Ayn Rand and the truth about tech and libertarians

"What the hell are they doing?": How Canada's anti-science leaders are wrecking the Arctic

This is why Piketty matters: Davos and the real story about economists and the 1 percent

10 reasons Christian heaven would actually be hell

We need our own Tea Party: The fight is much more than Hillary v. Warren

Civil war at the cineplex: "American Sniper," "Selma" and the battle over American masculinity

"The first time I really got stoned was in Jeb’s room": Drugs, bullying, Vietnam and the best revelations about Bush's lost high school years

"There is no cure for trauma. Once it enters the body, it stays there forever"

Jeb Bush is already toast in Iowa: Poll

"SNL" perfectly spoofs sexist Super Bowl commercials

Meet the American who just ran 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days

The secret history of snowstorms: How blizzards shaped the modern American city

I was an American sniper, and Chris Kyle’s war was not my war

Richard Sherman slams New York City mayor Bill de Blasio in hilarious "SNL" cold open

The "Ghostbusters" reboot is already generating a sexist backlash

Football: An American tragedy

Gaza in Arizona: The secret militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border

The dirty truth about Doritos: What you're really eating on Super Bowl Sunday