May 19, 2018 Archive May 2018

Why Ramadan is called Ramadan: 6 questions answered

What parents need to know about social media and anxiety

Coal ash contains lead, arsenic and mercury — and it’s mostly unregulated

Why Jerusalem? Why now? And what’s next?

Background checks can't prevent gun violence — because the NRA designed them to fail

Americans are more anxious than before

What more do you need to know about Trump?

Charge anywhere with this credit-card sized battery pack

Trump’s Stalinist roots

Science teachers sacrifice to provide lab materials for students

How to finally pass meaningful gun control laws: "Don't march in Washington"

Bill Maher lists 25 things people didn't know about Michael Cohen

HBO's "Fahrenheit 451": Bradbury's dystopian nightmare future is now peak 2018

When it comes to housing, is bigger really better?

When we all show up: Meghan and Harry's royal wedding gave Windsor some much-needed soul

McDonald’s sells more chicken than beef. This campaign demands it treat birds better

President Trump, come visit my neighborhood — and find out how immigrants have transformed New York

Trump campaign informant revealed as Cambridge professor, sparking debate on treason

Diet soda may be hurting your diet

Here's the one book every new graduate should read (and it's not Dr. Seuss)

Long before Scott Pruitt, EPA colluded with industry

Kansas governor signs anti-LGBT adoption bill into law

Donald Glover and the state of "black genius"

The true art of John Mellencamp: “Grotesquely beautiful” and “never too far from the garage"

8 things every new (or nervous) cook should know

The simple joys of the early morning wine bar

Right-wing thought leader Jordan Peterson endorses "enforced monogamy"

The diseased amplifiers and sweet, lethal feedback of Sonic Youth's "Daydream Nation"

The entrepreneur making healthy food accessible to her Brooklyn neighborhood

Fleeing the suburbs for farm life: How walking away from our dream house saved us