March 18, 2018 Archive March 2018

Why people like to listen to music during sex

GOP Maine candidate who insulted Parkland survivors drops out of race

Patients overpay for prescriptions 23% of the time, analysis shows

Latest administration bright idea: Let private companies oversee animal treatment

The deepest-dwelling fish in the sea is small, pink and delicate

Behind this week's Russia headlines: A mystery, a leap to conclusions and a fateful turn

6 ways millennials will clean up the mess boomers left them

Stormy Daniels is a feminist hero

"Saturday Night Live" is trying to make sense of the White House turmoil

5 reminders Trump lackey Katrina Pierson is completely unhinged

Senators: It's time for the U.S. to defend its involvement in Yemen — or get out

Here are Stefon's best suggestions from "Saturday Night Live" — with a very special guest

Injured nuclear workers finally had support. The Trump administration has mothballed it.

Some millennials aren’t saving for retirement because they don’t think capitalism will exist by then

Jared Kushner's company could be in trouble for false paperwork in Queens apartments

Republicans take another swing at Obamacare

Twitter, YouTube and Facebook are the new Manhattan Project

Trump eyes his next target, Robert Mueller, and Republicans can only watch

Donald Trump’s women and global trade

Tilting the playing field: How Republican "constitutional hardball" has reshaped politics

We should demand corporate media take these 6 steps to stop gun violence

Want better sex? Try getting better sleep

After the school walkouts, veteran activists tell students how to sustain a movement

Vladimir Putin wins another term, but the results are sketchy

State attorneys general probe lending disparities

How I became the reporter "who got shot in the face in Afghanistan"

Carter G. Woodson’s West Virginia wasn’t "Trump Country," it was a land of opportunity

Another side of the gun conversation: Inside Kansas hunting season

America’s Martin Shkreli problem

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is back, and awake to the nuances of orientation and identity