5/31/2017 - An island doomed by rising seas helped the US show it can thwart long-range North Korean missiles

5/31/2017 - Is it ethical for these researchers to pay hackers for access to malware before it’s unleashed?

5/31/2017 - Kabul bomb attack, Mexico’s struggle with America’s heroin habit, and other stories you might have missed

5/31/2017 - In or out? Trump is revealing his Paris climate decision like a reality show finale

5/31/2017 - Trump’s Paris pull-out, shareholders brace Exxon, love neurochemistry

5/31/2017 - Trump announced National Oceans Month with a vow to exploit the seas for financial gain

5/31/2017 - Thailand shows what’s possible when you align business and creativity

5/31/2017 - Elon Musk quits Trump’s advisory boards as the US leaves the Paris climate agreement

5/31/2017 - The US is arresting undocumented immigrants faster than it can deport them

5/31/2017 - On the bright side, your suspicion that the world is ending is making you a better parent, partner, and friend

5/31/2017 - Movie studios are blaming Rotten Tomatoes for killing movies no one wants to see

5/31/2017 - A study of monogamous mammals shows having a romantic partner changes your brain chemistry

5/31/2017 - If Trump pulls out of the Paris climate agreement, America’s cities will take up the cause

5/31/2017 - The case of a 15-year-old who shot her abusive dad shows the unbearable cost of self-defense

5/31/2017 - Charting how the toll in Kabul compares to attacks in the West

5/31/2017 - Why Trump doesn’t care that most Americans believe in climate change

5/31/2017 - ExxonMobil’s shareholders force the company to confront climate change head on

5/31/2017 - Mary Meeker’s 2017 internet trends report: All the slides, plus highlights

5/31/2017 - Almost all internet searches in Africa bring up only results from the US and France

5/31/2017 - To succeed creatively, try getting better at improvisation

5/31/2017 - Trump is reportedly pulling the US out of the Paris climate agreement. What happens next?

5/31/2017 - How I made time for my friends and still became a successful adult in my 20s

5/31/2017 - India’s GDP growth slowed to 7.1% in the historic year of demonetisation

5/31/2017 - Ethiopia shut down the country’s internet to beat exam cheats

5/31/2017 - Robots of the future will learn just like they do in Star Trek’s Holodeck

5/31/2017 - It’s official: Ireland has elected a 38-year-old gay Asian doctor as its new prime minister

5/31/2017 - Camión bomba en Kabul, OEA Venezuela, avispas asesinas

5/31/2017 - The perfect graduation gift: A $100 widget to scrub social media accounts of embarrassing posts

5/31/2017 - The UN is going to tackle climate change with or without the US government

5/31/2017 - The specific advice you should seek (and ignore) to become more self-aware

5/31/2017 - Now that mobile is aging, Benedict Evans predicts the Next Big Thing

5/31/2017 - China created a new terrorist threat by repressing secessionist fervor in its western frontier

5/31/2017 - Africa’s economic growth in 2016 was driven by East Africa

5/31/2017 - Exxon’s high-stakes meeting, massive Kabul blast, robot priests

5/31/2017 - Leakers in the Trump administration may have trouble invoking Obama’s whistleblower protections

5/31/2017 - Economists say the ultra-wealthy are dodging taxes far more than we think

5/31/2017 - ExxonMobil is about to face the financial might of its shareholders asking about climate change

5/31/2017 - Laughing gas is seeping out of the Arctic thanks to climate change

5/31/2017 - Oysters galore! How whisky is helping to bring back native mollusks to the Scottish Highlands

5/31/2017 - Amid a solar sizzle in India, the world’s largest coal producer is hurting

5/31/2017 - China arrested a labor rights activist investigating an Ivanka Trump-linked shoe factory

5/31/2017 - Nest’s new camera lets homeowners play out their own “CSI” detective fantasies

5/31/2017 - A simple guide to tactical voting in the UK election—if you care about Brexit

5/31/2017 - The key to diversifying Nigeria’s economy could lie in fixing its ports

5/31/2017 - If you truly love Air India, let it fly away

5/31/2017 - Laptop ban averted, US-Vietnam trade deals, Italian bank heists

5/31/2017 - Laptop ban averted, US-Vietnam trade deals, Italian bank heists

5/31/2017 - It’s going to be really hard for Indian millennials to maintain their lifestyle when they retire

5/31/2017 - The future of school in India is online

5/31/2017 - The world is running out of cheap vanilla, thanks to climate change and crime

5/30/2017 - Taiwan’s gays are ready to marry, and save the crumbling wedding industry to boot

5/30/2017 - German-Trump spat, Uber sacks star, Italian bank heists

5/30/2017 - Australia plans to be the first country in the world to seize passports of child-sex offenders

5/30/2017 - Priyanka Chopra broke the unspoken rule of taking selfies at the Holocaust Memorial

5/30/2017 - Iceland’s first Costco is so popular that one-fifth of the population has joined its Facebook group

5/30/2017 - Macron is draining the swamp in France—or trying to

5/30/2017 - Amazon jumps into investigative journalism with Berkeley partnership

5/30/2017 - Don’t worry: The US and Europe aren’t breaking up

5/30/2017 - Uber has fired Anthony Levandowski, the star engineer at the helm of its self-driving car efforts

5/30/2017 - Here’s Bernie Sanders’ full commencement speech at Brooklyn College

5/30/2017 - Watch: Bernie Sanders’ commencement speech at Brooklyn College

5/30/2017 - The US pursuit of Panama’s Manuel Noriega kicked off a new era of music torture

5/30/2017 - Women’s representation in film is actually getting worse, not better

5/30/2017 - The best rewards credit card isn’t a Chase Sapphire Reserve, after all

5/30/2017 - Even “The Rock” couldn’t prevent the worst Memorial Day weekend at US cinemas in nearly 20 years

5/30/2017 - Robots are coming for priests’ jobs, too

5/30/2017 - Angela Merkel’s opponents are lining up to slam Donald Trump as they dig in for the election race

5/30/2017 - Until Australia allows same-sex marriage, Ben and Jerry’s won’t serve two scoops of the same ice cream

5/30/2017 - Gambling, oil, and airlines: The latest crop of billionaires pledging to donate more than half their wealth

5/30/2017 - Launching his new company, even the man who built Android doesn’t think he can beat Android

5/30/2017 - Why more companies are applying a startup mentality to corporate giving and volunteering

5/30/2017 - Interactive: How corporate giving changed among the world’s top brands

5/30/2017 - Trumpcare will stall the cure for cancer and reduce organ donors, too

5/30/2017 - How Facebook praises and pressures a country’s leader to get exactly what it wants

5/30/2017 - A brain tumor gave me a persistent sense of déjà vu—and changed the way I think about memory

5/30/2017 - This WannaCry-like trojan horse uses your computer’s resources to mine for money

5/30/2017 - Paris’s liberal mayor accused a black feminist festival of being racist against whites

5/30/2017 - Gran peligro nivel 10, Borges y Goldman Sachs, cuerpo de Trump

5/30/2017 - Dirt has a microbiome, and it may double as an antidepressant

5/30/2017 - The Trump budget removes limits on wild-horse sales, threatening an icon of the American West

5/30/2017 - A massive new study lays out the map of our genetic intelligence

5/30/2017 - Donald Trump’s plan for a swift update to Nafta is about to hit reality like a brick wall

5/30/2017 - Facebook has a government-size censorship responsibility without the structure to handle it

5/30/2017 - The decline of the American single-family home looks more like a problem of supply than demand

5/30/2017 - The European lawsuit that could have given Brits a way to stop Brexit is dead

5/30/2017 - Fidgeting can actually help you burn up to 800 calories each day

5/30/2017 - Mysterious new smartphone, Manuel Noriega dies, see-through frogs

5/30/2017 - These are the countries where people move the most

5/30/2017 - The complete guide to working out using only free online videos

5/30/2017 - India’s new cattle laws threaten a $5.6 billion industry that supplies to Armani and M&S

5/30/2017 - Scandal after scandal, but South Africa just can’t get rid of its errant president

5/30/2017 - The ancient Indian aphrodisiacs from the Kamasutra lurking in your cupboard

5/30/2017 - South India’s mini rebellion over Modi’s new cattle law kindles an old secessionist spark

5/30/2017 - Cyclone Mora, May-Corbyn tie, meditation’s dark side

5/30/2017 - Cyclone Mora, May-Corbyn tie, meditation’s dark side

5/30/2017 - After years of suffering alone, docile Indian techies are now coming together to fight layoffs

5/29/2017 - Chauffeur-driven cars to treasure hunts: Day one at work was never so exciting in India

5/29/2017 - North Korea is helping China in the South China Sea—whether it knows it or not

5/29/2017 - Storm Mora’s approach, Macron blasts Russia, meditation’s dark side

5/29/2017 - DR Congo is tackling a new Ebola outbreak with an experimental vaccine

5/29/2017 - A massive foreign policy blunder came back to bite Putin on his first meeting with Macron

5/29/2017 - Africa’s early mobile money success is finally set to go global

5/29/2017 - The cryptic message behind Merkel’s seemingly dismissive remarks about US-European relations

5/29/2017 - JFK would have turned 100 today—listen to the first recording of his voice

5/29/2017 - The curious story of how transatlantic exchange shaped Italy’s illustrious coffee culture

5/29/2017 - China’s One Belt One Road initiative will need Africa’s support to work

5/29/2017 - Gambians are accusing a Chinese company of destroying their coastline

5/29/2017 - Cumbre España Portugal, Goldman Sachs y PDVSA, el avión de Elvis

5/29/2017 - More than half of US workers didn’t use up their time off last year, sacrificing 662 million vacation days

5/29/2017 - Macron hosts Putin, Europe’s lonely path, Elvis Presley’s jet

5/29/2017 - The best way we can honor our veterans is by giving them access to the arts

5/29/2017 - There’s a dark side to meditation that no one talks about

5/29/2017 - “Personal kanban”: a life-changing time-management system that explodes the myth of multitasking

5/29/2017 - A year after Brexit, Narendra Modi is flying in to charm Europe

5/29/2017 - Our obsession with GDP and economic growth has failed us, let’s end it

5/29/2017 - A controversial museum is forcing Italy to talk about its fascist past

5/29/2017 - Nigeria on edge, Africa’s day, Zambia’s new capital

5/29/2017 - Macron hosts Putin, Europe’s lonely path, Elvis Presley’s jet

5/29/2017 - Macron hosts Putin, Europe’s lonely path, Elvis Presley’s jet

5/29/2017 - Is India gaining enough from London’s love of masala bonds?

5/29/2017 - The guilty privilege of being a white woman in India

5/29/2017 - Mumbai has an efficient, exclusive food-delivery service—if you can afford it

5/28/2017 - While the rest of the world tries to “kill email,” in China, it’s always been dead

5/28/2017 - From coal to solar, India’s energy landscape is almost too hard to keep up with

5/28/2017 - One of the world’s happiest economic stories comes from South Asia, but not India

5/28/2017 - The ‘fake news’ trope is making it harder to fight state-sanctioned violence in Asia

5/28/2017 - Justin Theroux on his part in the most wonderfully deranged TV episode of the year

5/28/2017 - Europe’s lonely path, China’s warning to Hong Kong, Elvis Presley’s private jet

5/28/2017 - Emmanuel Macron explains his handshake strategy with Trump: “It’s how one gets respected”

5/28/2017 - “These two guys are the heroes”: The US Army veteran and economics grad who stood up to racism

5/28/2017 - “That’s when I had my first affair.”

5/28/2017 - The crucial forgotten rule for thanking other people

5/28/2017 - A doctor is helping Silicon Valley execs live their best life for $40k a year

5/28/2017 - Stop being positive and just cultivate neutrality for existential cool

5/28/2017 - Your organic cotton t-shirt might be worse for the environment than regular cotton

5/28/2017 - Ancient humans might have weathered the ice age and mass extinction in San Diego

5/28/2017 - We’ve become masters of telling anecdotes, and terrible at telling our friends real stories

5/28/2017 - The idea that you need to get sun for vitamin D is a myth

5/27/2017 - Trump may be mulling the unthinkable: letting a lawyer review his tweets

5/27/2017 - What being robbed and stranded in my bikini taught me about how to react in a true crisis

5/27/2017 - All eyes on Jared Kushner as Russia story takes a “backchannel” turn

5/27/2017 - British Airways flights thrown into chaos worldwide due to major IT-system failure

5/27/2017 - Eat more mussels—the cheap, tasty miracle food of 2017

5/27/2017 - The awful frustration of a teenage Go champion playing Google’s AlphaGo

5/27/2017 - US TV subscribers are ditching cable and satellite faster than ever

5/27/2017 - A eulogy for the golden era of VC-subsidized meals, which is finally over

5/27/2017 - Weekend edition—The new “Trump trade,” why we lie, dating Italian-style

5/27/2017 - When is it okay to body slam a reporter?

5/27/2017 - The pseudoscience that prepared America for Steve Bannon’s apocalyptic message

5/27/2017 - Philosophers published a “Black Lives Matter” series written entirely by white professors

5/27/2017 - Weekend edition—The new “Trump trade,” why we lie, dating Italian-style

5/27/2017 - Weekend edition—The new “Trump trade,” why we lie, dating Italian-style

5/26/2017 - Weekend edition—The new “Trump trade,” why we lie, dating Italian-style

5/26/2017 - Mosul airstrikes, streetwear bots, and eight other stories you might have missed

5/26/2017 - Trump’s luxury hotel in New York, once hot, now is not

5/26/2017 - His name will always be synonymous with the horror of America’s juvenile-justice system

5/26/2017 - Here’s Hillary Clinton’s full commencement speech at her alma mater, Wellesley College

5/26/2017 - Climate change is making us sleep worse

5/26/2017 - The snoozefest that was this year’s basketball playoffs can be explained by the broken economics of the NBA

5/26/2017 - Hillary Clinton’s 2017 Wellesley speech was a dark shadow of the one she made in 1969

5/26/2017 - These two words on an engineer’s LinkedIn page prompt 4-5 emails a week from job recruiters

5/26/2017 - The plant-based meatless burger is coming to the meat aisles of its first mainstream US grocery chain

5/26/2017 - Building a brand new capital city won’t let Zambia leave its troubles behind

5/26/2017 - For a local cop, asking an injured immigrant “are you illegal?” was more important than “are you OK?”

5/26/2017 - Netflix’s new Umbrella Revolution documentary debuts just ahead of the Tiananmen Square anniversary

5/26/2017 - Mark Zuckerberg’s awkward trip home to Harvard

5/26/2017 - Quartzy: the great escape edition

5/26/2017 - Quartzy: the great escape edition

5/26/2017 - With Snapchat’s new 5-minute shows, it’s starting to look a lot like a TV network

5/26/2017 - Bitcoin hits a record high—again, Bernie Madoff’s victims haven’t been paid, trillion-dollar asteroid mining

5/26/2017 - Our attempts to relax are seriously stressing us out

5/26/2017 - The time I tangled with the Fox News reporter behind the Seth Rich murder conspiracy theory

5/26/2017 - Americans may be worried about inequality, but they don’t think the government should do anything about it

5/26/2017 - There are many reasons to oppose a Mike Pence presidency—but his skill at lying is the biggest

5/26/2017 - Dutch universities are accused of abandoning their own language to attract lucrative foreign students

5/26/2017 - What’s actually scary about Westworld, according to an AI expert

5/26/2017 - G7 en Sicilia, Corbyn y Manchester, anarquía en Venezuela

5/26/2017 - I-95 traffic on Memorial Day mapped so you can try to avoid it

5/26/2017 - Engaged employees translate to satisfied customers

5/26/2017 - To boost employee engagement, companies must first understand its impact

5/26/2017 - AI probably won’t take your job, but it will make it easier

5/26/2017 - NASA’s latest flight over Jupiter reveals beautifully turbulent storm systems

5/26/2017 - Distracted drivers may actually benefit from using tech while driving

5/26/2017 - As investigations rock the Trump administration, US government employees are lawyering up

5/26/2017 - The data that proves why the arts are good for the American economy

5/26/2017 - G7 in Sicily, Kushner in FBI’s crosshairs, anti-“and” crusade

5/26/2017 - Public outrage and hashtags won’t slow South Africa’s shocking rates of violence against women

5/26/2017 - The Fourth Circuit Court told Trump that the real threat to US national security is the president’s attack on liberty

5/26/2017 - Walmart’s future in China increasingly depends on a single Chinese company

5/26/2017 - Coming to America: Comedian Hasan Minhaj’s hilarious take on his Indian parents and dating

5/26/2017 - Narendra Modi’s big foreign policy win: Selling India like nobody’s business

5/26/2017 - Why Ramadan is called Ramadan

5/26/2017 - Kashmir is Pakistan’s diversion from its collapsing economy and faux democracy

5/26/2017 - G7 summit, India’s new bridge, anti-“and” crusade

5/26/2017 - G7 summit, India’s new bridge, anti-“and” crusade

5/26/2017 - One of the world’s best Indian chefs is shutting down his restaurant at the top of his game

5/26/2017 - Three years of Modi: Big-bang experiments, great GDP numbers, and uneven growth

5/25/2017 - Choreographed deaths, the Emergency Nut Theft Summit, and eight other stories you might have missed

5/25/2017 - A Swiss watch maker trolled the Apple Watch with an analogue look-alike that doesn’t get wifi

5/25/2017 - Trump scolds NATO, OPEC extends cuts, anti-“and” crusade

5/25/2017 - Mark Zuckerberg’s full commencement address at Harvard, the school he left to start Facebook

5/25/2017 - Trump reportedly called Germany “bad, very bad” and threatened to stop Americans from buying BMWs

5/25/2017 - Airport security lines are about to get worse―a perfect advertisement for TSA PreCheck

5/25/2017 - Sally Yates says standing up to Trump drew upon a lifetime of work

5/25/2017 - The best moments of president Donald Trump’s gif-worthy first foreign trip

5/25/2017 - Watch: Actor Kumail Nanjiani’s commencement advice to seek diversity is both poignant and funny

5/25/2017 - Everything good and bad about NAFTA can be explained by avocados and shoes

5/25/2017 - I covered politics in Montana. Its body-slamming politician doesn’t surprise me

5/25/2017 - Scientists found a way to turn ordinary clothes into power generators using body movement

5/25/2017 - US legislators just proposed a $20-million experiment that could bring benefits to freelance and gig-economy workers

5/25/2017 - Apple design chief Jony Ive is the new chancellor of the world’s best design school

5/25/2017 - A new database aims to measure the incredibly fragmented US criminal-justice system

5/25/2017 - Moving beyond meatballs, IKEA wants to be an incubator for food innovation

5/25/2017 - Trump’s handshake trick doesn’t seem to work on other people’s turf

5/25/2017 - Netflix’s hard decision to cancel “The Get Down” shows it’s evolving

5/25/2017 - Single workers aren’t there to pick up the slack for their married bosses and colleagues

5/25/2017 - To be less “elitist,” J.Crew plans to lower its prices

5/25/2017 - Europe’s leaders desperately wanted Trump to say these two words today—and he didn’t

5/25/2017 - Terror is completely upending the relationship between musicians and their fans

5/25/2017 - There’s finally a drone that might be simple enough for anyone to fly

5/25/2017 - A big drop in migration to the UK shows Brexit is working—at least for the anti-immigration right

5/25/2017 - Trump y la OTAN, filtraciones atentado de Manchester, India y Pakistán

5/25/2017 - A 3D printed, carbon fiber rocket flew for the first time in New Zealand

5/25/2017 - What makes us human? Scientists just found a defining feature of the human brain in monkeys

5/25/2017 - “Master of None” perfectly captures the difference between how Italians and Americans date

5/25/2017 - It’s time to get back to the original message behind Africa Day

5/25/2017 - Our phones make us feel like social-media activists, but they’re actually turning us into bystanders

5/25/2017 - Trump’s big shiny gift to the pope reveals what he really cares about

5/25/2017 - Trump’s budget proposal would likely lead to more immigration from Central America, not less

5/25/2017 - Nafta is good for America, but it’s falling to Canada and Mexico to explain why

5/25/2017 - The one unforgivable sin of Sean Hannity and Fox News, according to the gospel of Roger Ailes

5/25/2017 - The global alcohol business is expanding in Africa and that’s bad news for health

5/25/2017 - Parents are getting the “sex talk” all wrong—and not because of the sex part

5/25/2017 - Trump meets NATO, AlphaGo prevails, festival beer pipeline

5/25/2017 - A Swedish mining company is moving an entire town of 18,000 people—including its buildings—to a new location

5/25/2017 - The $11 million spent on “Star Wars” in 1977 was the best film investment ever made

5/25/2017 - Six months later, the “Trump trade” is over

5/25/2017 - “Body-slam”: What Greg Gianforte actually did to the Guardian reporter

5/25/2017 - India can’t decide whether some students getting inflated grades is a bad thing

5/25/2017 - Microsoft released a new version of Windows that’s tailor-made for the Chinese government

5/25/2017 - People in China are claiming Taiwan’s same-sex marriage victory as their own

5/25/2017 - Bomb or Bombay? Six Muslims were arrested because of a typo in a text message

5/25/2017 - Machines Vs humans: The battle for jobs in India is affecting not just IT engineers

5/25/2017 - Trump meets NATO, Brazil protests, festival beer pipeline

5/25/2017 - Trump meets NATO, Brazil protests, festival beer pipeline

5/25/2017 - The tycoon from Punjab who swam against the tide to rescue the British steel industry

5/24/2017 - The body is political, especially when it comes to women and their hair in South Korea

5/24/2017 - Infosys is getting a whole lot of perks for putting America first

5/24/2017 - The Pope’s science, Roger Moore was the best Bond, and eight other stories you might have missed

5/24/2017 - UK terrorist network, Trump’s $2 trillion error, festival beer pipeline

5/24/2017 - The score for the GOP health bill is in: 23 million Americans won’t have health insurance in 2026

5/24/2017 - A chemical in marijuana can treat a devastating form of epilepsy

5/24/2017 - Why Ivanka and Melania Trump covered up for the Vatican but not in Saudi Arabia

5/24/2017 - WeWork has quietly launched a fitness business inside its network of shared offices

5/24/2017 - The original manuscript of The Big Book is up for auction and AA is suing to stop the sale

5/24/2017 - Airbnb’s co-founder designed a line of furniture that snaps together like Lego

5/24/2017 - The US government is concerned that coworkers don’t hang out as much they used to

5/24/2017 - Trump has retained a defense attorney in the Russia probe—and he’s a strange choice

5/24/2017 - Trump’s budget contains a $2 trillion accounting error. Here’s how to find it

5/24/2017 - A Texas billionaire wants to build a supersonic business jet

5/24/2017 - A science-backed trick to reduce fear and anxiety takes just 30 seconds and a pen

5/24/2017 - Warby Parker’s new app checks your vision and writes prescriptions without a trip to the doctor

5/24/2017 - A giant alcohol brand is awkwardly flirting with the maker of Jack Daniel’s

5/24/2017 - Coup rumors, an absent president, and a stagnant economy are putting Nigeria on edge

5/24/2017 - Jon Stewart’s long-awaited HBO animation project is officially dead

5/24/2017 - Green tech is taking root in Thailand

5/24/2017 - Co-living startups are selling millennials the hippie dream—minus the hard work and revolution

5/24/2017 - The data are in: Young people are increasingly less racist than old people

5/24/2017 - Stanford’s business school is second in the US, but its new grads make the most money

5/24/2017 - The New Orleans mayor is here to remind us that no one is free until everyone is free

5/24/2017 - DR Congo’s dead opposition leader is such a threat, the government won’t let him be buried

5/24/2017 - Andela, the Zuckerberg-backed developer startup, is opening in its third African country

5/24/2017 - Norway’s central bank made a catchy music video about turning cod into money

5/24/2017 - Trump y el Papa, alerta crítica en RU, consejo de una madre

5/24/2017 - Psychology shows it’s a big mistake to base our self-worth on our professional achievements

5/24/2017 - We no longer know who the biggest pop star in the world is

5/24/2017 - This Formula One driver is trying to pull off the hardest feat in motor racing

5/24/2017 - New research shows there’s a good reason why some people want to cut off their healthy arms and legs

5/24/2017 - Uber is practicing price discrimination. Economists say that might not be a bad thing

5/24/2017 - Politics is distracting American workers and may be killing US productivity

5/24/2017 - Minorities in the US who “whiten” job resumes get more interviews

5/24/2017 - A Chinese company is offering free training for US coal miners to become wind farmers

5/24/2017 - Meet the elite squad of economists, analysts, and actuaries who bring authority to Washington’s crazy debates

5/24/2017 - This artist’s comics are the antidote to Instagram anxiety

5/24/2017 - A million people have visited this web page explaining how to close Vim, a notoriously difficult text-editing program

5/24/2017 - Scientists are using gene editing to create the perfect tomato for your salad

5/24/2017 - Burned by Brexit, young Brits are registering to vote in droves

5/24/2017 - Taiwan okays gay marriage, the pontiff met the president, “cauliflower rice” rage

5/24/2017 - One of the world’s largest financial services firms is mining bitcoins

5/24/2017 - Amazon’s first bookstore in New York City sucks the joy out of buying books

5/24/2017 - Taiwan just became the first place in Asia to rule in favor of gay marriage nationwide

5/24/2017 - The FDA just approved a drug that targets cancer by genetic marker, not body parts

5/24/2017 - 260% of GDP: A quick look at the debt levels that earned China a ratings downgrade

5/24/2017 - Flipkart and Rivigo are India’s top “breakthrough” brands

5/24/2017 - A viral video of a politician and his suitcase shows what’s wrong with male entitlement in Korea

5/24/2017 - For all the chest-thumping, India cannot win a war against Pakistan

5/24/2017 - China’s downgrade, UK’s terror threat, “cauliflower rice” rage

5/24/2017 - China’s downgrade, UK’s terror threat, “cauliflower rice” rage

5/24/2017 - Overheard at the great Indian wedding: Hey, mom, why do you have 40 sisters?

5/23/2017 - Donating to my older sister’s friend: Crowdfunding is paying for urgent healthcare in China

5/23/2017 - A new smart bangle is designed to prevent pregnant women from dying in rural south Asia

5/23/2017 - These gross, weirdly beautiful “pollution popsicles” are made from 100% pure sewage

5/23/2017 - Manchester acts of kindness, lightning strikes, and eight other stories you might have missed

5/23/2017 - Manchester bomber ID’d, Roger Moore dies, “cauliflower rice” rage

5/23/2017 - Roger Moore’s James Bond movies had the most badass women

5/23/2017 - The US is suing Fiat-Chrysler for installing emissions-test cheat codes in its cars

5/23/2017 - Elon Musk was “misinformed”—India is ready and eager to welcome Tesla

5/23/2017 - The simple formula for becoming a bitcoin millionaire, according to one of its innovators

5/23/2017 - Recordings of VCs talking about investments shows why women founders have such a hard time

5/23/2017 - Design nerds can’t get enough of these ’70s US government brand manuals

5/23/2017 - WHO has elected a former Ethiopian health minister as its first African director-general

5/23/2017 - Uber miscalculated earnings for tens of thousands of New York drivers. Now it’s paying them back

5/23/2017 - All the things Trump touched in his first visit to the Middle East as US president

5/23/2017 - How to watch all Roger Moore’s James Bond movies online

5/23/2017 - White supremacy is a global export of the Confederate South

5/23/2017 - For the first time, more than half of Americans are getting the recommended amount of exercise

5/23/2017 - Amazon is starting to experience the headache of having an airline

5/23/2017 - Nigeria has now been in recession for five quarters—but there may be light at the end of the tunnel

5/23/2017 - More victims of the Manchester bombing are named as tributes pour in

5/23/2017 - The rice industry is furious at the existence of “cauliflower rice”

5/23/2017 - Is dry needling a safe acupuncture replacement, or a shortcut around years of essential training?

5/23/2017 - World Health Organization spent more on plane tickets and hotels than AIDS and malaria

5/23/2017 - Indian commuters are coping with their terrible commutes by watching Netflix

5/23/2017 - We need to fix a patient data gap to cope with the rise of “rich” diseases in Africa

5/23/2017 - Trump’s budget would devote $277 million to the least effective contraceptive method known to humankind

5/23/2017 - This is what happens when you get struck by lightning

5/23/2017 - Should you seriously consider bitcoin for your retirement savings?

5/23/2017 - For Trump’s budget to work, the US will need the biggest technology boom since World War II

5/23/2017 - Richard Clarke: Why everyone warned about Trump’s Russia ties couldn’t believe their eyes

5/23/2017 - Always jump to the worst-case scenario? Here’s how to stop

5/23/2017 - More people fled conflict in DR Congo than in Syria and Iraq last year

5/23/2017 - When artificial intelligence botches your medical diagnosis, who’s to blame?

5/23/2017 - What parents can learn from their kids about living with terror attacks

5/23/2017 - Emergencia espacial, atentado Manchester, OTAN árabe

5/23/2017 - Taking his last stand against AI, humanity’s best Go player says the robots have already won

5/23/2017 - A Chinese e-commerce giant is planning to deliver a ton of stuff—literally—by drone

5/23/2017 - Women will pay the steepest price for Trump’s Medicaid cuts

5/23/2017 - Coding is not “fun,” it’s technically and ethically complex

5/23/2017 - The US is finally telling the public who overstays their visas the most—and it’s not Mexicans

5/23/2017 - Trump’s budget would gut government science—except for the US nuke program

5/23/2017 - A timeline of deadly terror attacks in the UK since 2005

5/23/2017 - Trump’s budget day, Manchester bomb attack, Instagram mental health

5/23/2017 - An epic man-against-machine tournament is taking place in China but Chinese viewers can’t watch it live

5/23/2017 - Conservationists are airlifting goats off a deserted island, to save the island and the goats

5/23/2017 - This man spent 14 years in prison with convicted terrorists. Now he’s fighting extremism

5/23/2017 - How to talk to your kids about the London terror attacks

5/23/2017 - India’s red hot solar sector has been served a tax shocker

5/23/2017 - In one para, the Infosys CEO has provided a new mission statement for Indian IT

5/23/2017 - Your taxes continue to pay fossil-fuel companies to pollute—but thankfully less each year

5/23/2017 - Sheherwali Jains: The mango maniacs who take their obsession to a whole new level

5/23/2017 - A Chinese student’s commencement speech praising “fresh air” and democracy is riling China’s internet

5/23/2017 - Manchester bomb attack, WannaCry origin, Instagram mental health

5/23/2017 - Manchester bomb attack, WannaCry origin, Instagram mental health

5/23/2017 - The young engineer who went on to become Paytm’s first CEO now eyes half-a-billion users

5/23/2017 - Donald Trump’s ambassador to China has a 30-year friendship with Xi Jinping

5/22/2017 - Watch the Netflix movie about the Hong Kong student who stood up to China

5/22/2017 - Trump’s new “taxpayer first” budget leaves out almost half of America

5/22/2017 - The US and North Korea: From mutual praise to threats of nuclear war, in 10 years

5/22/2017 - An explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester killed at least 22 people

5/22/2017 - “Make In India” is delaying Elon Musk’s plans to launch Tesla in India

5/22/2017 - Trump just sent one of the most powerful messages of his presidency and it wasn’t on Twitter

5/22/2017 - Park’s corruption trial, Trump in Israel, Instagram mental health

5/22/2017 - Trump’s study abroad, healthy sugar pills, and eight other stories you might have missed

5/22/2017 - The final battle between man and machine in the board game Go is here

5/22/2017 - Netflix is turning a Rihanna meme into an actual movie

5/22/2017 - Charted: Indians are using mobile wallets more but for smaller purchases

5/22/2017 - Conservatives are very angry that their favorite American sitcom was canceled

5/22/2017 - Charted: Trump’s budget would cut $200 billion from food stamps. Here’s who that hurts.

5/22/2017 - A unanimous US Supreme Court decision just made it harder to force patent lawsuits into troll-friendly courts

5/22/2017 - Trump’s plan for six weeks of parental leave would still leave the US behind 96% of all nations

5/22/2017 - The UK’s Fraser Corsan aims to break four records and become the fastest flier in the world

5/22/2017 - Thank God Netflix is giving filmmakers the chance to make movies without superheroes

5/22/2017 - Your summer 2017 reading list, provided by Bill Gates

5/22/2017 - Will Apple’s new iPhone monitor blood sugar levels—without pricking your skin?

5/22/2017 - New York wants to declare America’s second-busiest railway station a national emergency

5/22/2017 - Instagram is the most harmful social network for your mental health

5/22/2017 - In defense of hunky heartthrobs, and the women who love them

5/22/2017 - Ford ousted its CEO and is doubling down on self-driving cars

5/22/2017 - Donald Trump won’t disclose the former lobbyists with conflicts of interest working in government

5/22/2017 - Many workers at “world-changing” tech companies might as well work at Walmart

5/22/2017 - Psychologists have great news for people who worry a lot

5/22/2017 - Trump en Israel, Partido Socialista en España, misiles venezolanos

5/22/2017 - Switzerland has voted to phase out nuclear power and replace it with renewable energy

5/22/2017 - The Empire State Building was lit in blue for a Chinese university’s birthday

5/22/2017 - The inevitable future of Slack is your boss using it to spy on you

5/22/2017 - Ford ousts CEO, Trump in Israel, avo-lattes

5/22/2017 - Women are slowly taking over the military-industrial complex

5/22/2017 - A new 3D printer uses vats of gel to create objects in a matter of minutes

5/22/2017 - Trump gave a speech on good and evil—and then posed for a pic making him look spectacularly evil

5/22/2017 - What the GST does for India’s millennial “urban poor”

5/22/2017 - Kishore Biyani: India’s offline retail king is having the last laugh in the battle with online sellers

5/22/2017 - Ford replaces CEO, bitcoin hits new high, avo-lattes

5/22/2017 - Ford replaces CEO, bitcoin hits new high, avo-lattes

5/22/2017 - What could spoil Modi’s digital money dream? Patriarchy and English

5/22/2017 - How the Indian space agency thrived despite the massive poaching during the IT boom

5/22/2017 - Bitcoin set a new price record as the industry gathers for its biggest event of the year

5/21/2017 - Xi Jinping’s imperialistic ambitions have beaten Modi’s soft-power diplomacy right to India’s doorstep

5/21/2017 - Trump goes to Israel, bitcoin reaches new high, avo-lattes

5/21/2017 - Trump goes to Israel, bitcoin reaches new high, emailing Aussie trees

5/21/2017 - Tourists keep looking for Bruce Lee in the one place that can’t seem to remember him

5/21/2017 - An iconic feature near the top of Mount Everest has collapsed

5/21/2017 - American democracy is far from dead, just look at the past two weeks

5/21/2017 - “This is a battle between good and evil”: Donald Trump’s speech to the Muslim world

5/21/2017 - Photos: Donald Trump is all smiles in Saudi Arabia—his advisors, not so much

5/21/2017 - The prom dress: An anthropological history of America’s sexual coming-of-age costume

5/21/2017 - In 2017 alone, enough US coal plants to power Qatar have announced closures

5/21/2017 - It took total financial control (and baked goods) to bring David Lynch back to “Twin Peaks”

5/21/2017 - A machine that keeps organs alive outside the body, and other inventions set to change the world

5/21/2017 - Uber’s African hurdles, Zambia’s shift, Jozi’s hipsters

5/21/2017 - Inside the digital heist that terrorized the world—and only made $100k

5/21/2017 - Twitter’s co-founder says he’s sorry if the platform helped elect Donald Trump

5/21/2017 - Distraction prevents us from seeing beauty

5/20/2017 - Joe Biden says we have to be willing to risk failure to enjoy doing what really matters to us

5/20/2017 - Cigarettes in the UK are about to look a lot less appealing

5/20/2017 - Watch: David Lynch’s first “Twin Peaks” TV revival was a weird series of ’90s Japanese coffee ads

5/20/2017 - Even after 12 years, almost half of young voters want more of Angela Merkel

5/20/2017 - Sleep deprivation can cause anxiety and depression—and the problem goes both ways

5/20/2017 - If there are to be more facehuggers, “Alien: Covenant” has to do better than most of its predecessors

5/20/2017 - MIT’s groundbreaking new water-purifying invention is reusable, sustainable and chemical-free

5/20/2017 - Donald Trump, would-be peace-broker, fundamentally misunderstands the history of Islam

5/20/2017 - If you really want to get to know your colleagues, lock yourselves in a room together

5/20/2017 - The MMA fighter who beat up a tai-chi master didn’t win the fight

5/20/2017 - Weekend edition—ransomware chaos, Slack’s creep, selfish women

5/20/2017 - Removing plastics from the oceans is “not environmentalism, it’s good business”

5/20/2017 - It’s not just illogical to criticize people for eating $19 avocado toast. It’s immoral

5/20/2017 - We just avoided nuclear disaster. If we don’t act now, we may not be able to avoid the next one.

5/20/2017 - The rare phenomenon behind this fiery waterfall at Yosemite National Park

5/20/2017 - When it comes to Korean food, there is no such thing as cultural appropriation

5/20/2017 - What Russia really wants

5/20/2017 - What happened to the “fail-safe” Svalbard seed vault designed to save us from crop failure

5/20/2017 - Hippies are the new hipsters

5/20/2017 - Weekend edition—ransomware chaos, Slack’s creep, selfish women

5/20/2017 - Weekend edition—ransomware chaos, Slack’s creep, selfish women

5/19/2017 - Weekend edition—ransomware chaos, Slack’s creep, selfish women

5/19/2017 - Your guide to navigating the absurdity of graduation season

5/19/2017 - Trump’s deputy attorney general says he is not to blame for James Comey’s firing

5/19/2017 - Do you have what it takes to be a Trump White House intern? Find out here

5/19/2017 - “Strongly protecting American interests,” and a few more of Donald Trump’s favorite things

5/19/2017 - A US federal appeals judge said drones are no different than radio-controlled planes

5/19/2017 - Fleeing scandals at home, Trump may be following Saudi Arabia into a whole new quagmire

5/19/2017 - “Wonder Woman” is here to deliver a much-needed dose of heroic optimism

5/19/2017 - Progressives who want real change should run for office in rural America—like I did

5/19/2017 - Gap’s bet that customers want their jeans to act like Spanx is paying off

5/19/2017 - New video captures the Turkish president watching as his bodyguards beat up protestors in Washington DC

5/19/2017 - How do we make the internet faster? Let algorithms bicker over what we send

5/19/2017 - All those perks at Etsy—like a $40 million office, yoga, and weaving looms—may be its undoing

5/19/2017 - Jeff Sessions has done more damage in his first 100 days than his boss

5/19/2017 - South Africa is taking its breakup with General Motors badly

5/19/2017 - African internet users will soon be able to access the cloud faster than ever

5/19/2017 - A Yale dean was brought down by her Yelp reviews

5/19/2017 - Starbucks is testing out ice cubes made of coffee

5/19/2017 - Quartzy: the winging it edition

5/19/2017 - Quartzy: the winging it edition

5/19/2017 - The smallest satellite ever made, why legal weed will fail in the UK, H&M defies the retail apocalypse

5/19/2017 - The Spotify of music festivals—a new $799 pass to almost a hundred across the world—can be yours

5/19/2017 - To save itself, Uber is ready to throw its star engineer under the bus

5/19/2017 - Amazon’s profitless path to world domination

5/19/2017 - Trump’s first foreign trip: The deals he’ll try to make and the things that could go wrong

5/19/2017 - Africans traveled a little more freely across Africa last year

5/19/2017 - High-achieving Ivy League students often miss an important lesson about how to succeed in life

5/19/2017 - How to sell yet another film in the sprawling “Alien” franchise

5/19/2017 - See 111,000 attempts to draw the Mona Lisa in under 20 seconds, collected by Google

5/19/2017 - Viaje de Trump, socialistas españoles, baterías bomba

5/19/2017 - Julian Assange is no longer wanted by Sweden, but he is still far from free

5/19/2017 - Donald Trump is about to preach “tolerance” to Muslims. Here’s what he should say

5/19/2017 - The people who fight hacking and cybercrime are turning to designers for help

5/19/2017 - What do Chinese authorities want? A little “positive energy,” please

5/19/2017 - Trump on tour, Assange charges dropped, Komodo dragon blood

5/19/2017 - Why a bank robber thought covering himself in lemon juice would help him get away with it

5/19/2017 - Society has it wrong: Married people shouldn’t get benefits that single people do not

5/19/2017 - Emojis prove intent, a judge in Israel ruled

5/19/2017 - How the world’s largest rodent became a superstar in Japan

5/19/2017 - US beef is going to face many rivals for China’s hot pots

5/19/2017 - India’s $150 billion IT industry has a new mantra: Re-skill or perish

5/19/2017 - The forgotten history of how ancient Zoroastrians helped create the old Silk Route

5/19/2017 - Uber and its rivals are struggling to keep both drivers and riders happy in Lagos

5/19/2017 - Solar energy is really our only answer for long-term sustainable energy

5/19/2017 - Your IT job is at risk if you currently do these things for a living

5/19/2017 - Brazil’s turmoil, Iran’s election, Kit Kat battle

5/19/2017 - Brazil’s turmoil, Iran’s election, Kit Kat battle

5/19/2017 - India, one of the world’s top gas guzzlers, plans to make all its cars electric by 2030

5/18/2017 - China’s investments in the US are setting off a clash of statistics

5/18/2017 - Trump’s top pick for FBI director, Joe Lieberman, works for a law firm that represents Trump

5/18/2017 - Michael Flynn will not cooperate with a congressional subpoena. Can he do that?

5/18/2017 - Roger Ailes has died, Alibaba’s surge, Kit Kat battle

5/18/2017 - Facebook’s EU antitrust fine adds to an insanely expensive hiring mistake it made in 2009

5/18/2017 - Today’s best internet: the greatest witch hunt, Roger Ailes dies, and Antarctica’s disintegration

5/18/2017 - At the heart of laptop ban debate, officials ask which is worse: Bombs or accidental battery fires?

5/18/2017 - Chelsea Manning is Instagramming her first days of freedom

5/18/2017 - The capabilities gap could be holding your company back

5/18/2017 - Trump will renegotiate the “worst trade deal in history,” but he’s not saying how he’ll make it better

5/18/2017 - A new study has confirmed the science behind an ancient form of birth control

5/18/2017 - Why we shouldn’t celebrate the huge drop in school bullying

5/18/2017 - Roger Ailes has died, but the damage he did to American democracy survives

5/18/2017 - A big fine for Facebook reveals a fundamental problem with how it reports user numbers

5/18/2017 - Paytm just got a billion-dollar reason to celebrate an already stellar week

5/18/2017 - Two candy giants have spent years in court fighting over the shape of Kit Kat bars

5/18/2017 - House Science Committee members asked Trump to stop reading fake news—including from Time magazine

5/18/2017 - Uber—which is anti-union and wants to automate trucking—launched a platform for truckers

5/18/2017 - Apple thinks its stores can thrive while other retailers are dying

5/18/2017 - Trump’s just trying to protect his sense of self-worth, says his “Art of the Deal” co-author

5/18/2017 - Apple Music says it could have 400 million listeners—but it would rather make money

5/18/2017 - Brazil’s president is accused of obstruction of justice, and stocks plunge—sound familiar?

5/18/2017 - The lead candidate for the world’s top health job is being accused of covering up deadly epidemics

5/18/2017 - Virtuoso performances that show Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell was one of rock’s greatest vocalists

5/18/2017 - Former Fox News boss Roger Ailes has died at the age of 77

5/18/2017 - The pot industry has the same political problem as the rest of American business: Donald Trump

5/18/2017 - My experience of grief looks nothing like Sheryl Sandberg’s

5/18/2017 - Chelsea Manning, soldados venezolanos, refugiados norcoreanos

5/18/2017 - Detested pharma bro Martin Shkreli is going to trial, and America made a musical out of it

5/18/2017 - Ringling Bros. is closing for good. A backstage look at the end of the “Greatest Show on Earth”

5/18/2017 - The industry that predicts your vote—and then alters it—is still just in its infancy

5/18/2017 - The books every new graduate should read, according to a dozen business leaders

5/18/2017 - The world’s first unicorn-horn store is open for business in Brooklyn

5/18/2017 - Trump’s $44 million golf course sits right next to the Palm Beach County Jail

5/18/2017 - Inefficient words are ruining the English language

5/18/2017 - Architects have identified the 10 most beautiful gas stations in the world

5/18/2017 - FBI hearings, Chevy quits India, $1 billion animated cat

5/18/2017 - It’s not just Volkswagen. Every diesel car company is emitting more pollution than tests show.

5/18/2017 - Global penicillin shortages are bringing back old diseases, and creating new, deadlier ones

5/18/2017 - A new search engine from WeChat could change China’s internet

5/18/2017 - The number of migrant and refugee children traveling alone has gone up five times since 2010

5/18/2017 - The tragedy of those left behind by the IITs

5/18/2017 - Trump stock swoon, Japan’s growth streak, $1 billion cat

5/18/2017 - Trump stock swoon, Japan’s growth streak, $1 billion cat

5/18/2017 - Solar is now cheaper than coal-based electricity in India, but the math makes no sense

5/18/2017 - Degraded and helpless: An Indian woman details the horrors of a “normal birth”

5/17/2017 - Big data, Chinese surveillance, and Donald Trump could keep China’s biggest payments company from entering the US

5/17/2017 - Today’s best internet: more Trump, the pill mill of America, and companies that steal from employees

5/17/2017 - Everything you need to know about Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian interference

5/17/2017 - Trump stock swoon, Alibaba earnings, $1 billion cat

5/17/2017 - Google’s digital assistant is now available on the iPhone

5/17/2017 - Poor ideas and poorer engineers are killing Indian startups

5/17/2017 - Google designed Android Go to win over the next billion smartphone users in the developing world

5/17/2017 - Victims of the WannaCry ransomware attacks have stopped paying up

5/17/2017 - Everything Google announced at its 2017 I/O conference

5/17/2017 - Photography: The day Beyoncé entered the Influencer economy

5/17/2017 - Is Apple trying to turn the iPad into a Mac replacement?

5/17/2017 - Forget beach views: Tourists want hotels with air conditioning and a hearty breakfast

5/17/2017 - Watch Trump turn a speech to Coast Guard grads into his own personal pity party

5/17/2017 - Trump’s plan to cut fossil-fuel funding shows he has no interest in keeping his promises to the coal industry

5/17/2017 - Google is making its own chips because its cloud business is too important

5/17/2017 - How to text in a movie theater without being terrible

5/17/2017 - Forget about impeachment—Donald Trump will likely be president until 2024

5/17/2017 - Most Indians believe a woman’s sole purpose in life is to be a good wife and mother

5/17/2017 - Even anti-establishment documentaries get sequels nowadays

5/17/2017 - Do we even need gender?

5/17/2017 - These are the companies with the best paid leave for all their workers

5/17/2017 - Can America still be trusted with classified information?

5/17/2017 - Let Nixon rest in peace. Here’s the US president Trump most resembles in his spiral

5/17/2017 - How to watch Google’s I/O developer conference

5/17/2017 - Filipinos are defending Alex Tizon from Western backlash to his story “My Family’s Slave”

5/17/2017 - No, Putin does not have a “recording” of Trump giving secrets to Russia’s foreign minister

5/17/2017 - Racial segregation isn’t just a moral issue—it’s a dire health concern

5/17/2017 - The second leading cause of death among young men is physical violence

5/17/2017 - The key to getting paid to do what you love, and more advice for college graduates

5/17/2017 - Cities like Kampala expose the limits of Uber and other ridesharing apps

5/17/2017 - The fate of the American republic is in the hands of these Republicans in Congress

5/17/2017 - Trump y Comey, marchas nocturnas en Venezuela, inteligencia artificial machista

5/17/2017 - Three techniques that helped me manage work-life balance on a new time zone

5/17/2017 - Emmanuel Macron chose a male misogyny-prone novelist to run his pro-female parliament

5/17/2017 - A federal judge is skeptical of the US charging a journalist $174,000 for government data

5/17/2017 - Silicon Valley’s fetish for efficient food is moving on from Soylent to ruining the restaurant experience

5/17/2017 - Bacteria threaten to kill America’s $3-billion orange industry—so scientists are weaponizing viruses to fight it

5/17/2017 - It’s official: Brits are all getting pay cuts

5/17/2017 - Trump-Comey drama, Bombardier throws IBM a bone, avocado injuries

5/17/2017 - China’s new Silk Road will include nightclubs, yacht quays, and 24-hour surveillance in Pakistan

5/17/2017 - Why Chelsea Manning is out of prison but must stay in the US Army

5/17/2017 - India added a country’s population worth of taxpayers after Modi’s crackdown on illegal wealth

5/17/2017 - Watch: The Turkish president’s bodyguards beat up US protestors after he met with Trump

5/17/2017 - The world’s largest spirits company is gatecrashing Indian weddings with booze and bartenders

5/17/2017 - Trump-Comey drama, new Apple laptops, risky avocados

5/17/2017 - Trump-Comey drama, new Apple laptops, risky avocados

5/17/2017 - It’s smarter to invest in renewable energy in India than the US

5/17/2017 - It’s time to start considering what a North Korean refugee crisis would look like

5/16/2017 - Scientists are trying to save a 5,000-year-old lost city in Pakistan by leaving it buried

5/16/2017 - Thailand is threatening to sue Facebook over a video of its tattooed king in a crop top

5/16/2017 - Republican lawmakers are answering fake phone calls to avoid commenting on Comey’s Trump memo

5/16/2017 - Reality check: Impeaching Trump is very hard, even if he did ask Comey to end the Flynn investigation

5/16/2017 - Tencent results, Trump-Erdogan meeting, no kids at Apple

5/16/2017 - Today’s best internet: Trump’s leaks, a modern-day American slave, and coffin homes

5/16/2017 - The reality of investing in a misunderstood Europe

5/16/2017 - Public support for Trump’s impeachment now outweighs opposition, a new poll finds

5/16/2017 - Facebook was found to have broken data privacy laws in three European countries, and is being investigated in two more

5/16/2017 - Instagram is now completely Snapchat

5/16/2017 - Elon Musk has a trick to make the world fall behind his vision of the future

5/16/2017 - The greatest luxury for the modern worker is ignoring other people’s messages

5/16/2017 - Finally, a good use for virtual reality: training robots

5/16/2017 - Fast-food chains have discovered what will bring customers back: alcohol

5/16/2017 - An 18-year-old Indian just may have designed the world’s lightest satellite

5/16/2017 - Snap is proof that investors love to follow a herd

5/16/2017 - Hurry! Limited time offer! Private US colleges are offering the biggest discounts in decades

5/16/2017 - The outrageous (and totally necessary) lengths TV and film creators will go to to prevent leaks

5/16/2017 - Apple’s new $5 billion campus has a 100,000-square-foot gym and no daycare

5/16/2017 - The “Silicon Valley” of Lagos is facing tough questions about its future as a tech cluster

5/16/2017 - Kenya has only half a day’s supply left of its most important staple grain

5/16/2017 - More CEOs than ever are getting fired for ethical lapses

5/16/2017 - Apple’s best new product in years is a patented pizza box just for its staff

5/16/2017 - Your art degree might save you from automation, an AI expert says

5/16/2017 - These Russian state media photos of Trump in the Oval Office now take on a whole new meaning

5/16/2017 - An American documentary captures the odds against being a soccer player from Somalia

5/16/2017 - A famous venture capitalist predicts big banks will fall first to artificial intelligence

5/16/2017 - Bill Gates says this is the most important book for college grads to read

5/16/2017 - Japan has enlisted robots to train their national volleyball team

5/16/2017 - Trump’s support of this Kurdish militia is going to make his meeting with Turkey very awkward

5/16/2017 - Awkward interactions with coworkers you barely know are a secret key to success

5/16/2017 - SpaceX’s sixth successful launch in 2017 puts Elon Musk’s company on pace to beat its rivals

5/16/2017 - Say goodbye to the iconic MP3

5/16/2017 - The land known for its windmills produces barely any wind power

5/16/2017 - Sheryl Sandberg on how having her self-confidence shattered made her a better leader

5/16/2017 - AngelList is funding the minor leagues of venture capital (and giving founders $500,000 to start)

5/16/2017 - EEUU y Turquía, se complica el Brexit, la Nueva Ruta de la Seda

5/16/2017 - Songbirds are being trolled by climate change

5/16/2017 - Murphy’s Law is totally misunderstood and is in fact a call to excellence

5/16/2017 - Silicon Valley has idolized Steve Jobs for decades—and it’s finally paying the price

5/16/2017 - China got 30 countries to take a stand on climate change and protectionism—mostly tiny ones

5/16/2017 - A simple facial cue that hints at whether you’re part of the 1%

5/16/2017 - GE has no idea what the future of work will look like, and it appointed a finance executive to figure it out

5/16/2017 - Tips on fighting fake news from the people who debunk it for a living

5/16/2017 - Trump meets Erdogan, Ford slashes jobs, Florence Nightingale’s infographics

5/16/2017 - This map shows what white Europeans associate with race—and it makes for uncomfortable reading

5/16/2017 - When will North Korean missiles be able to reach the US? Satellite images offer clues

5/16/2017 - How “The Rubáiyát” inspired Victorian hedonists to reject the conservatism of their time

5/16/2017 - Everything that has gone down at Snapdeal since the Flipkart merger rumours began

5/16/2017 - Believe it or not, the euro is back in fashion

5/16/2017 - India’s best IIT says it’s unable to find jobs for its students because of a cyclone

5/16/2017 - China is creating a massive “Orwellian” DNA database

5/16/2017 - Three Japanese words are helping Maruti Suzuki find a balance between robots and humans

5/16/2017 - A “mountain of debt” has been slowly killing Air India

5/16/2017 - Trump intel leak, Ford job cuts, Florence Nightingale’s infographics

5/16/2017 - Trump intel leak, Ford job cuts, Florence Nightingale’s infographics

5/16/2017 - They say they killed for Duterte: The twisted tale of the two hitmen taking on the Philippine president

5/15/2017 - A list of the Trump administration’s security breaches so far

5/15/2017 - A leaked letter is battering DeepMind’s arguments that it stayed within health data privacy laws

5/15/2017 - Trump’s carelessness with classified information has hit a new low

5/15/2017 - “Kill us all,” a journalist defiantly told the drug cartels. Now he’s dead

5/15/2017 - Trump intel leak, Waymo-Uber legal drama, “Star Wars” babies

5/15/2017 - Today’s best internet: dental income inequality, Jeff Sessions on drugs, and Paris Hilton deserves props

5/15/2017 - Neil Gaiman has the perfect anecdote to soothe anyone with imposter syndrome

5/15/2017 - The “bonkers” true story of software tycoon John McAfee will get the Hollywood treatment

5/15/2017 - Millennials are skipping expensive weddings and going on group honeymoons

5/15/2017 - A brutal gang rape shocks India just days after violent Delhi rapists are given the death sentence

5/15/2017 - What all managers can learn from Chelsea’s Antonio Conte

5/15/2017 - The ‘See Food’ app from Silicon Valley really happened, and it was also a lie

5/15/2017 - With “King Arthur” and trite sequels like “Transformers,” this could be a summer of US film flops

5/15/2017 - A lot more Americans named their babies Rey and Kylo after the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

5/15/2017 - Coca-Cola has quietly been removing sugar from its drinks—and no one seems to care

5/15/2017 - A judge has ordered Uber to return Waymo’s “pilfered” files

5/15/2017 - Computer hacking is the biggest story in the world now—too bad all the photos are so weird

5/15/2017 - The global ransomware attack is highly effective advertising for cybersecurity stocks

5/15/2017 - How big banks can repair their tarnished image and keep workers from burning out

5/15/2017 - JFK wrote a letter to his mom politely asking her to not contact heads of state without asking first

5/15/2017 - John Oliver ripped into a CEO who proudly compared his healthcare business to Taco Bell

5/15/2017 - Economics is unemotional—and that’s why it could help bridge America’s partisan divide

5/15/2017 - Western doctors’ puritanical attitudes toward drugs are hurting people in real emotional pain

5/15/2017 - A former Uber engineer lists the eight ways happiness has shaped her career

5/15/2017 - A US hardware store chain is giving its workers exoskeletons to help lift heavy objects

5/15/2017 - A new performance review process could fight cultural bias against women at work

5/15/2017 - Your guide to understanding OBOR, China’s new Silk Road plan

5/15/2017 - On his fifth day in power, South Korea’s new president shut down 10 big coal-power plants

5/15/2017 - Safaricom is planning to expand M-Pesa mobile money across Africa

5/15/2017 - Macron y Merkel, Europa y Venezuela, propaganda del siglo XXI

5/15/2017 - Trump just gave China what it wanted for its new Silk Road: a credibility boost from the US

5/15/2017 - We shouldn’t be too quick to welcome the end of the British “stiff upper lip”

5/15/2017 - Honeybees sometimes fly commercial, and it doesn’t always go smoothly for them either

5/15/2017 - The Society of Grownups wanted to teach “adulting” to millennials. Their mistake was trying to do it IRL

5/15/2017 - There’s one major pitfall for African countries along China’s new Silk Road

5/15/2017 - Just two domain names now stand between the world and global ransomware chaos

5/15/2017 - Cyberattack Monday, Lyft-Waymo deal, texting money to God

5/15/2017 - Unprepared and unsupported, I fell through the cracks as a new mom

5/15/2017 - An economist explains why more and more Indians are choosing not to work

5/15/2017 - A dogged transparency campaign reveals why it pays to be a lawmaker in Nigeria

5/15/2017 - The world has nearly forgotten the Indian scientist who cracked the structure of collagen

5/15/2017 - Waymo, Uber’s nemesis in court, is now partners with Lyft, Uber’s nemesis on the road

5/15/2017 - “Egregious” and “compromised”: India thinks ratings firms like S&P and Moody’s are biased

5/15/2017 - One of Africa’s most stable democracies is quietly drifting into authoritarian rule

5/15/2017 - Cyberattack Monday, good sign for Merkel, notable nodosaur

5/15/2017 - Cyberattack Monday, good sign for Merkel, notable nodosaur

5/15/2017 - Jasmine to chocolate: In sex-shy India, flavoured condoms are way more popular than regular rubbers

5/14/2017 - Indians spited by the H-1B clampdown can get another visa to work in the US—as long as they can spare $500,000

5/14/2017 - Cyberattack Monday, Silk Road summit, no more Michaels

5/14/2017 - Vladimir Putin’s piano playing stole the show at China’s signature foreign policy event

5/14/2017 - Donald Trump’s Mother’s Day proclamation is straight out of “The Handmaid’s Tale”

5/14/2017 - While the US is ramping up coal, China is suspending most of its new coal power plants

5/14/2017 - Will the American prom ever die?

5/14/2017 - This stunning graphic novel was entirely illustrated using Microsoft Paint

5/14/2017 - In Chinese politics, it pays to be a boring speaker

5/14/2017 - A forgotten Darwinian theory upends everything biologists thought about the female orgasm

5/14/2017 - “I was desperate to save my marriage. And desperate to leave it”

5/14/2017 - Ten important questions for a Ben & Jerry’s “flavor guru”

5/14/2017 - This 6-foot-tall Renaissance book perfectly captures the timeless art of managing up

5/14/2017 - Neuroscientists say having a baby shrinks mothers’ brains

5/14/2017 - The neuroscience argument against “living in the present”

5/14/2017 - Anorexic before the age of 13: What parents need to know

5/14/2017 - Capitalists are destroying capitalism. They must be stopped

5/14/2017 - In their rush to become global, hipster-friendly cities risk creating spatial apartheid

5/14/2017 - Fake Yoruba bronze, M-Pesa for all, West Africa’s chocolate

5/13/2017 - A German imperialist paved the way for China to revive the “Silk Road”

5/13/2017 - Russians and Koreans are the biggest payers to the global ransomware hackers

5/13/2017 - Don’t panic: the Ebola virus is back

5/13/2017 - South Korea’s new president is already causing a stir—with his bodyguard

5/13/2017 - Donald Trump delivered every single graduation cliché to Liberty University

5/13/2017 - The greatest tragedy of the Trump presidency could be just around the corner

5/13/2017 - The pros and cons of Spotify’s reported plans to forgo a traditional IPO in favor of a direct listing

5/13/2017 - Modern wars are won by grinding, not by genius

5/13/2017 - We’re launching “Propaganda,” a new Quartz obsession

5/13/2017 - 21st-century propaganda: A guide to interpreting and confronting the dark arts of persuasion

5/13/2017 - Why don’t Republicans and Democrats see the same economy?

5/13/2017 - There’s a behavioral phenomenon that explains the outbreak of plane rage

5/13/2017 - Weekend edition—the inescapable truth, Musk loves math, and alien indifference

5/13/2017 - Big Candy just committed to making your sugary treats a little smaller

5/13/2017 - The strange mix of reasons why bitcoin has soared to all-time records

5/13/2017 - In praise of selfish women

5/13/2017 - “13 Reasons Why” it’s time to let your favorite TV shows go

5/13/2017 - One of Descartes’ most famous ideas was first articulated by a woman

5/13/2017 - Louis CK’s comedy is the perfect introduction to Buddhism

5/13/2017 - America’s leading grown-ups are being brought in to reassure the class of 2017

5/13/2017 - Weekend edition—the inescapable truth, Musk loves math, and alien indifference

5/13/2017 - Weekend edition—the inescapable truth, Musk loves math, and alien indifference

5/12/2017 - Watch as these bitcoin wallets receive ransomware payments from the ongoing global cyberattack

5/12/2017 - Weekend edition—the inescapable truth, Musk loves math, and alien indifference

5/12/2017 - NASA won’t rush astronauts back to the moon to please Donald Trump

5/12/2017 - Three lessons about loss: Sheryl Sandberg’s commencement speech at Virginia Tech

5/12/2017 - Massive ransomware attack has spread to 74 countries, locked doctors out of patient records in UK

5/12/2017 - All the times Trump and his sons touted the Trump Organization’s Russian business ties

5/12/2017 - The first Oculus developer from the Middle East is inviting people to visit Mecca in VR

5/12/2017 - Jeff Sessions is trying to bring back the 1990s—in the worst way possible

5/12/2017 - Proof that the best musician of the 21st century is Kendrick Lamar

5/12/2017 - Quartzy: the westward edition

5/12/2017 - Quartzy: the westward edition

5/12/2017 - A moderate Republican’s savaging by voters shows why Democrats think they can take back Congress

5/12/2017 - The ultimate guide to watching Eurovision like a pro

5/12/2017 - “Fake news!” Top executives are copying Trump’s shouty communication strategy

5/12/2017 - The new season of “Master of None” was inspired by the lighthearted works of De Sica and Antonioni

5/12/2017 - Melissa McCarthy’s SNL filming was perfectly timed to troll one of Trump’s Twitter tirades

5/12/2017 - Bitcoin surpasses $1,700, Europeans want universal income, Disney is trying to save ESPN

5/12/2017 - Southern Comfort isn’t whiskey at all—but it really, really wants to be

5/12/2017 - The history of British royalty proves raising a kid is always a group effort

5/12/2017 - If Emmanuel Macron gets his way, France will have more women in parliament than all but two countries in the world

5/12/2017 - Uber’s dispute with Alphabet’s Waymo is very likely headed for a public trial

5/12/2017 - The way we pay doctors in the US makes them find problems that aren’t there

5/12/2017 - To keep this bipedal robot from falling, scientists made it look more like a bird than a human

5/12/2017 - Nueva Ruta de la Seda, dengue en Perú, líos económicos de Trump

5/12/2017 - To be a better boss, act like a witch

5/12/2017 - What you need to know about Trump’s executive order on cybersecurity

5/12/2017 - The US standards office wants to do away with periodic password changes

5/12/2017 - Star Trek’s unique deal allows home auteurs to go where no fan film has gone before

5/12/2017 - There are ways to protest without wearing yourself out mentally or physically

5/12/2017 - The Rock for president? It’s not inconceivable when he’s this popular as a movie star

5/12/2017 - Being an international student can be lonely, but you can get over it

5/12/2017 - The world’s two largest cocoa producers want you to buy their chocolate, not just their beans

5/12/2017 - Trump’s China trade deal, Brazil beats Zika, bird-watching from space

5/12/2017 - How a boutique Nigerian book publisher is breaking into the US market

5/12/2017 - Stephen Fry’s blasphemy scandal shows the West should stop being so smug about its pluralism

5/12/2017 - The Finnish government is using emojis to signal its new role in Arctic geopolitics

5/12/2017 - US activists are bailing moms out of jail for Mother’s Day

5/12/2017 - The amount China spends eating out is greater than the GDP of Sweden

5/12/2017 - China’s summit for its new Silk Road is missing 44 heads of state from the 65 nations involved

5/12/2017 - A feminist Rabbi has been waging a quiet battle for gender equality at his Delhi synagogue

5/12/2017 - One kind of food absolutely dominates China’s restaurant industry

5/12/2017 - Trump’s China trade deal, Brazil beats Zika, bird-watching from space

5/12/2017 - Trump’s China trade deal, Brazil beats Zika, bird-watching from space

5/12/2017 - If only India’s IT companies could focus on real transformation instead of appeasing Trump

5/12/2017 - Deodorant sales are skyrocketing in India

5/11/2017 - Indians absolutely love their Labradors—until they decide to abandon them

5/11/2017 - The “Fast & Furious” franchise is huge in China, but probably isn’t making much money there

5/11/2017 - Trump’s new tune, Uber’s EU roadblock, birdwatching from space

5/11/2017 - A definitive timeline of events behind the most explosive claim in Waymo’s trade secrets lawsuit against Uber

5/11/2017 - India wanted to love Justin Bieber—but his lip-syncing got in the way

5/11/2017 - EB-5 visas attract foreign investment and create US jobs; the program needs reform, not the chopping block

5/11/2017 - Why today’s CFOs must also be risk managers

5/11/2017 - Risky business and the evolving role of the modern-day CFO

5/11/2017 - Up-to-date technology can keep Millennials in finance from “going rogue”

5/11/2017 - Retaining Millennial employees in finance begins with better technology

5/11/2017 - Thanks to the open office, there’s a booming market for fancy noise-absorbing objects

5/11/2017 - The three biggest economic errors in Donald Trump’s interview with The Economist

5/11/2017 - A federal court has ruled that an open-source license is an enforceable contract

5/11/2017 - The man now running the FBI just testified that the Trump White House is lying about Comey

5/11/2017 - Dear kids, The New York Times would like you to subscribe starting… now

5/11/2017 - More proof that the American Dream is in Canada: Charlie Brown and his gang are emigrating

5/11/2017 - It’s going to get worse: The US is poised to ban laptops on flights from Europe

5/11/2017 - Robert Mugabe isn’t sleeping through meetings—he’s protecting his eyes from “bright lights”

5/11/2017 - Picture books from every continent to teach your kids to feel at home everywhere

5/11/2017 - Amazon has set a worrying precedent for startups that accept money from Amazon

5/11/2017 - The CEO of Sears says the nearly bankrupt company doesn’t need more customers

5/11/2017 - The history of Mother’s Day is actually quite dark

5/11/2017 - Hardly anyone going to business school is becoming an entrepreneur

5/11/2017 - After seven rotten quarters, Whole Foods is bringing in experts from Panera and Best Buy to help

5/11/2017 - The UK is one of only two EU countries where unemployment is expected to rise

5/11/2017 - Target used 16,000 eggs to decorate a dinner party, in a grand display of design’s wastefulness

5/11/2017 - From the FBI to the Senate: The status of everyone still investigating Trump’s Russia ties

5/11/2017 - Didn’t major in finance? Here’s one lucrative career with lots of jobs for new grads

5/11/2017 - Who originally coined the phrase “priming the pump”? (Hint: It wasn’t Donald Trump)

5/11/2017 - Amazon has made a tiny change that’s great for readers and bad news for book publishers

5/11/2017 - Marijuana makes aging mice cognitively young again and may work for people too

5/11/2017 - The world’s most successful mobile money market is introducing cross-network transfer systems

5/11/2017 - The one thing uniting voters for Brexit, Trump, and Marine Le Pen isn’t age or immigration

5/11/2017 - Some people with HIV are starting to live as long as people without it

5/11/2017 - What kind of person makes false rape accusations?

5/11/2017 - Taking a DNA test gave me a new perspective on my father’s early death—and my son’s future

5/11/2017 - We’re one step closer to flying like the Jetsons

5/11/2017 - AI will rob companies of the best training tool they have: grunt work

5/11/2017 - Robocallers are finally being fined into oblivion in the UK

5/11/2017 - Trump fiscal, desplome de Snap, un barco autónomo

5/11/2017 - Like any productive person, Steve Harvey would like to be left alone

5/11/2017 - Vladimir Putin is having a late career resurgence—in the hockey rink

5/11/2017 - Celebrities have a new way to avoid you in the airport

5/11/2017 - Donald Trump jokes are easy to make, but they could be how he ends up changing the English language

5/11/2017 - Deloitte’s CEO had her son watch “The Jetsons” to show him we shouldn’t fear robots

5/11/2017 - Mexico isn’t taking US factory jobs—robots are taking both countries’ jobs

5/11/2017 - What actually unites Andrew Jackson and the Civil War? The invention of “poor white trash”

5/11/2017 - We are not done with state-sponsored hacking—far from it

5/11/2017 - The Mac Pro has failed, and we don’t know what Apple will try next

5/11/2017 - The US coast guard is deploying drones to catch increasingly tech-savvy drug traffickers

5/11/2017 - The smart home might finally get some brains

5/11/2017 - The main reason Americans are ditching New York and flocking to cowboy land

5/11/2017 - Being overly aware of “time equals money” is a great way to stress yourself out and die sooner

5/11/2017 - Europe braces for in-flight laptop ban, Comey’s farewell, self-driving ships

5/11/2017 - Neuroscience shows that our gut instincts about only children are right

5/11/2017 - “Beef lo mein”: The horribly racist names Jeremy Lin was called as a college basketball star

5/11/2017 - A biting drought and rising inflation are hampering Kenya’s economic growth

5/11/2017 - Italian judges are fighting mafia families by taking their kids away

5/11/2017 - A simple change could ensure garment workers a living wage at minimal cost to shoppers

5/11/2017 - Damien Hirst’s replica of one of Africa’s oldest bronze artworks is being slammed for “appropriation”

5/11/2017 - Want to understand China? Read its best science fiction

5/11/2017 - The fight scenes behind the “authorized” biopic of Bruce Lee

5/11/2017 - A Humans of New York-inspired parody is infuriating India’s far right

5/11/2017 - Why India’s supreme court still hasn’t settled the raging debate over Aadhaar

5/11/2017 - India’s most male-dominated businesses are finally adding more women in the C-suite

5/11/2017 - Labour’s leaked manifesto, Comey’s farewell letter, surfing Jupiter’s moon

5/11/2017 - Labour’s leaked manifesto, Comey’s farewell letter, surfing Jupiter’s moon

5/11/2017 - One of the world’s poorest countries is set to impose a carbon tax—because climate change affects us all

5/10/2017 - Trump let only Russian photographers cover his meeting with a Russian leader

5/10/2017 - Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel doesn’t think olds have the patience for new technology

5/10/2017 - Good luck with finding American engineers for the drudgery at companies like Infosys and Cognizant

5/10/2017 - Snapchat can’t make its $2.2 billion first-quarter loss disappear fast enough

5/10/2017 - Comey firing aftermath, Snap’s dismal results, surfing Io

5/10/2017 - It now seems that James Comey may have been wrong about the size of his funeral

5/10/2017 - Netflix is clashing with the Cannes Film Festival over the future of cinema

5/10/2017 - How serious is the firing of FBI director James Comey? Three likely scenarios, ranked

5/10/2017 - Tesla is releasing a solar roof calculator to show if your home will make money from the sun

5/10/2017 - There were better ways for Trump to fire Comey

5/10/2017 - The key narratives being used by the right-wing media to explain James Comey’s firing

5/10/2017 - Betsy DeVos struggled to give a graduation speech at a black university over relentless booing

5/10/2017 - Postmates’ provocative new subway ads are a desperate plea for attention

5/10/2017 - The full commencement address Betsy DeVos gave while being booed at a historically black college

5/10/2017 - Bob Iger’s final duty at Disney is the small matter of securing its future

5/10/2017 - Bezos, Gates, and Bloomberg donated 0.004% of their net worth to fight the next financial crisis

5/10/2017 - What to expect when you’re expecting the US government to appoint a special prosecutor

5/10/2017 - The Obama Foundation wants to take on the internet’s echo-chamber problem

5/10/2017 - The company behind the SAT finally admits what everyone knew: You can game the test

5/10/2017 - Barack Obama says fighting climate change means reforming food—and cutting back on steak

5/10/2017 - Watch: The clothes that made Comme des Garçons’ Rei Kawakubo queen of fashion’s avant-garde

5/10/2017 - SpaceX is building the world’s most powerful rocket, and it is nearly ready to fly

5/10/2017 - “Turn the lights off”: How the White House hides from a crisis, in photos

5/10/2017 - Big data is starting to open R&D opportunities for African scientists

5/10/2017 - Simple math is why Elon Musk’s companies keep doing what others don’t even consider possible

5/10/2017 - Three simple techniques to help you stop stressing so much over email

5/10/2017 - The four eras of American jobs, in one century-spanning chart

5/10/2017 - The next big step for AI is getting out of the cloud and onto your phone

5/10/2017 - Trump fulmina a Comey, alarma sanitaria en Venezuela, CRISPR y VIH

5/10/2017 - A self-driving electric ship will replace thousands of truck trips at a Norwegian fertilizer firm

5/10/2017 - “Coworking” doesn’t mean what it used to

5/10/2017 - Single women are less ambitious—but only when they think men are watching

5/10/2017 - No really, stop cleaning your kids’ ears with Q-tips

5/10/2017 - You probably are not fully removing your private photos and data before selling your old technology

5/10/2017 - Young adults in Britain have more power over their leaders than they might think

5/10/2017 - Snap’s judgment day, Russia’s Lavrov visits Trump, sea salt with plastic

5/10/2017 - How the hijab became a global fashion industry

5/10/2017 - The world’s favorite drink is under threat, but scientists may have found hope

5/10/2017 - China can’t get enough of Bollywood’s Uncle Khan

5/10/2017 - Private education is growing faster than public education in Africa

5/10/2017 - Verrrry slowly, the world’s fastest-growing economy is realising the importance of job data

5/10/2017 - A big banking lobby group thinks that Brexit will bring the UK economy to a screeching halt

5/10/2017 - An Indian politician’s tweet made the entire country look up an obscure word

5/10/2017 - ESPN slows Disney, US nuclear emergency, sea salt with plastic

5/10/2017 - ESPN slows Disney, US nuclear emergency, sea salt with plastic

5/10/2017 - India’s economy is set for a $1.3 trillion bonanza from 60 million new homes

5/10/2017 - Watch: China’s new Silk Road, explained for American children

5/10/2017 - In the year investors began to lose faith in food tech, more Indians ordered food online

5/9/2017 - China’s Alipay will soon be about as widely accepted as Apple Pay in the US

5/9/2017 - There’s a plausible explanation for why James Comey just got fired—it’s just not what Trump said

5/9/2017 - Fast fashion’s sad cycle of compulsive shopping, guilt, and regret has spread to Asia

5/9/2017 - Read Donald Trump’s passive aggressive pink slip firing FBI director James Comey

5/9/2017 - Nvidia is unstoppable—until somebody invents a better AI chip

5/9/2017 - South Korea’s president, US nuclear emergency, Irish beach returns

5/9/2017 - All the celebrities the US government had to remind that Instagram product plugs must be transparent

5/9/2017 - Keeping your muni portfolio safe under a new administration

5/9/2017 - Malaysia is going nuts over a retired porn actress’ visit, and some states are more excited than others

5/9/2017 - Snap is trying to prove it can stay ahead of Facebook

5/9/2017 - Want to write a book? Stop talking about it. Entirely.

5/9/2017 - Ellen DeGeneres’s Oscar selfie is no longer the most retweeted tweet of all time

5/9/2017 - The stock market’s “fear gauge” is at a 23-year low, and traders are terrified

5/9/2017 - Could Vladimir Putin—the godfather of populism—be vulnerable to his own creation?

5/9/2017 - The Spirit Airlines brawl is a frightening new low in US air travel

5/9/2017 - Workers at a massive US nuclear waste facility are taking shelter after a tunnel collapsed

5/9/2017 - The swift resurrection of “American Idol” shows we just can’t quit reality TV

5/9/2017 - Bambi’s revenge: Scientists found photographic proof of a deer eating a human carcass

5/9/2017 - The ACLU issues a “travel advisory” for Texas after the state bans sanctuary cities

5/9/2017 - The countries that are best at conservation are the ones that depend on wildlife tourism

5/9/2017 - Dove’s ridiculous new body wash bottles are the apotheosis of its “real beauty” campaigns

5/9/2017 - Amazon is rekindling the landline

5/9/2017 - Even with Star Wars and Marvel, Disney’s movie business is worth less than half of ESPN

5/9/2017 - Desenterrar a Franco, secuestro en Colombia, los muertos de Peña Nieto

5/9/2017 - How a Harvard speech inspired Robert Caro’s new guide to reckless abuses of political power

5/9/2017 - A bitter legal battle in California is blocking everyone from eating sweeter strawberries

5/9/2017 - These CEOs are doing the impossible—remaking a business while staying on top

5/9/2017 - Ignoring North Korea’s threats, South Korea just elected a pacifist

5/9/2017 - The tiny British record label that signed Adele and Radiohead works more like an art gallery

5/9/2017 - The new Echo is the perfect gateway into all things Amazon

5/9/2017 - Humpback whales have a unique weapon in their fight against predatory orcas: language

5/9/2017 - Being bilingual makes you experience time differently

5/9/2017 - These workers have the most automated job in America, and they say they wouldn’t have it any other way

5/9/2017 - The psychological effects of growing up with an extremely common name

5/9/2017 - Swedish designers created an adorable national brand identity for North Korea

5/9/2017 - The incredible taste of umami was proven in 1907 in Japan—but ignored by the West for a century

5/9/2017 - Emmanuel Macron is already getting heat from his allies—and love from Vladimir Putin

5/9/2017 - Amazon’s latest tactic to bait Prime customers: live gigs by Blondie and Texas

5/9/2017 - Three lessons Trump must take from his first 100 days if he wants to keep being president

5/9/2017 - The way Trump talks about immigration is a textbook authoritarian technique for consolidating power

5/9/2017 - The best ways to deal with narcissistic coworkers, according to a psychiatrist

5/9/2017 - The search for aliens has been transformed by looking for life on planets once thought to be a waste of space

5/9/2017 - One in 10 data breaches discovered in 2016 had gone undetected for more than a year

5/9/2017 - Even your sea salt is almost certainly contaminated with plastic

5/9/2017 - China doubled its investment spend in Africa in 2016 as US and UK fell

5/9/2017 - Drake might have to collect his Spotify royalties with a bitcoin wallet in the future

5/9/2017 - Hey Siri. More than 60 million Americans talk to inanimate voices on their cellphones

5/9/2017 - A Stanford researcher’s 15-minute study hack lifts B+ students into the As

5/9/2017 - South Korea’s fresh start, Alipay cracks the US, robo-turtles

5/9/2017 - Getting rich is mostly about luck—shame the wealthy don’t want to admit it

5/9/2017 - North Korea’s only private university is hiring foreigners (never mind the detentions)

5/9/2017 - Lizards reveal the millennia-old story of India’s grasslands

5/9/2017 - Indian engineers are not giving in to the robots without a good fight

5/9/2017 - Trump’s politics are turning off India’s brightest from US business schools

5/9/2017 - South Korean election, Trump-Russia intrigue, robo-turtles

5/9/2017 - South Korean election, Trump-Russia intrigue, robo-turtles

5/9/2017 - Hindu nationalists are trying to create designer babies that are fair, strong, and smart

5/8/2017 - China publishes more science research with fabricated peer-review than everyone else put together

5/8/2017 - Data confirm it: No one wants to have sex on Monday

5/8/2017 - China’s seniors are lining up to go back to college

5/8/2017 - Trump-Russia testimony, ChemChina-Sinochem merger, cringe-free karaoke

5/8/2017 - How to watch the Eurovision song contest from the US—complete with a side of geopolitical turmoil

5/8/2017 - This gorgeous deep-sea creature can filter atmospheric carbon and bury it in the ocean

5/8/2017 - “That was not a good situation”: Why Sally Yates was worried about Michael Flynn’s Russia ties

5/8/2017 - You can lose 20 years of life expectancy just by being born in the wrong place in America

5/8/2017 - Reddit is going nuts over Wikipedia’s spending, but it’s doing far better than its competitors

5/8/2017 - Facebook is tapping Hollywood filmmakers ahead of its venture into TV

5/8/2017 - Russia’s meddling in the French election has backfired spectacularly

5/8/2017 - Warren Buffett: Airlines are becoming “cattle cars” because that’s what we want

5/8/2017 - Inside Maple’s failed dream of delivering a better office lunch

5/8/2017 - Sally Yates vs. the White House: What the Trump team said about Mike Flynn’s Russia ties

5/8/2017 - The US Air Force wants to remind you (and China) that its secret space drone is back

5/8/2017 - Bill Clinton and James Patterson are writing a book together about a “missing” president

5/8/2017 - A data scientist explains how to use Google to cure your Facebook FOMO

5/8/2017 - No “phonies, zeros, or bastards”: timeless advice on how to run a business from the original Mad Man

5/8/2017 - Warren Buffett gives his employees “principles of behavior” and trusts them to do the right thing

5/8/2017 - Amazon is dominating the category it invented

5/8/2017 - An American conversant in 20 languages delights strangers in their native tongues

5/8/2017 - With its purchase of Kate Spade, Coach aims to become a global luxury powerhouse

5/8/2017 - The reign of the $100 graphing calculator required by every US math class is finally ending

5/8/2017 - How I went from zero to San Francisco software engineer in 12 months

5/8/2017 - A TV show about living gods is bringing America’s favorite deities—Fame and Technology—to life

5/8/2017 - Microsoft is trying desperately to get into schools—but Google has already won this fight

5/8/2017 - A sleek iPhone-inspired slide clicker aims to make public speaking less of a nightmare

5/8/2017 - A design flaw in Slack and WhatsApp is creating a uniquely 21st-century etiquette problem

5/8/2017 - Eight simple rules for texting that can help you be more like me, a texting expert

5/8/2017 - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is wearing Nigerian to help promote local designers

5/8/2017 - West Africa loses over $2 billion to illegal fishing because governments don’t talk to each other

5/8/2017 - Ever wanted to ride a giant drone? Meet the Kitty Hawk Flyer.

5/8/2017 - Ganó Macrón en Francia, Leopoldo López vive, los narcos y el muro

5/8/2017 - There are now more than 40 schools in the US that charge at least $250,000 for a college degree

5/8/2017 - Happiness research shows the biggest obstacle to creativity is being too busy

5/8/2017 - The US Environmental Protection Agency is slowly turning its back on everything it was set up to protect

5/8/2017 - Trump travel ban in court, France picks Macron, solo karaoke

5/8/2017 - Wealthy Indians and colonial-era laws have wiped out snake charmers and street magicians

5/8/2017 - Support for a universal basic income is inching up in Europe

5/8/2017 - “Invest $500,000 and immigrate to the US”: Trump’s latest conflict of interest in China

5/8/2017 - A girl was forced to remove her bra to take an exam because India is the world’s cheating capital

5/8/2017 - Africa is losing billions annually to illegal capital flight

5/8/2017 - The road to Germany’s global leadership is passing through Africa

5/8/2017 - Marine Le Pen lost the vote but she won something better

5/8/2017 - Emmanuel Macron’s victory is the latest in a string of good news for Europe

5/8/2017 - France picks Macron, post-Trump climate talks, the future of karaoke

5/8/2017 - Erdogan’s trip to India was anything but a Turkish delight

5/8/2017 - France picks Macron, post-Trump Paris Agreement talks, the future of karaoke

5/8/2017 - India’s worst engineers come from the city that sends the most STEM students to the US

5/8/2017 - China’s biggest social network just got the China treatment in Russia

5/8/2017 - With millions of dollars and square feet, the Indian co-working space turns red hot

5/7/2017 - Nigeria’s president is off on a medical vacation to London—two months after his last one

5/7/2017 - A Chinese revolution in karaoke is making it much better for introverts

5/7/2017 - France picks Macron, judges review Trump’s travel ban, giant dueling robots

5/7/2017 - Here is what we wrote in case Macron lost—because, you know, Trump and Brexit and all that

5/7/2017 - A record number of French voters were so disgusted they cast a blank vote for nobody

5/7/2017 - Emmanuel Macron, who started his own party a year ago, has become president of France before the age of 40

5/7/2017 - Brexit Britain has more billionaires than ever—and they’re getting richer

5/7/2017 - Algorithms are failing Facebook. Can humanity save it?

5/7/2017 - China now has its own giant robot and it just challenged a US team to a fight

5/7/2017 - A Republican lawmaker tells angry constituents: “Nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care.”

5/7/2017 - All I want for Mother’s Day is for my wonderful family to leave me alone

5/7/2017 - The other movie on Netflix about suicide that was actually created to save lives

5/7/2017 - No mumbo jumbo: William S. Burroughs’s simple system for living a meaningful, adventurous life

5/7/2017 - As long as humans have access to email, phishing will work

5/7/2017 - China’s Africa hopes, Ethiopia’s flawed ambitions, Afrikaans’ rich history

5/7/2017 - A cognitive scientist has devised a drug-free sleep trick for your restless mind

5/7/2017 - The global art scene—visualized—on a crafty, updating map

5/7/2017 - Politicians used Freudian ideas to first convince Americans they needed capitalism

5/7/2017 - The transformative power of doing absolutely nothing

5/7/2017 - The new doomsayers taking up arms and preparing for catastrophe: American liberals

5/6/2017 - Boko Haram has released 82 of Nigeria’s kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls

5/6/2017 - Why Macron and Zuckerberg are both paying homage to factory workers

5/6/2017 - Watch: Rare footage of a shape-shifting cuttlefish fighting off a romantic rival

5/6/2017 - Warren Buffett tries to explain the Wells Fargo scandal that undermined one of his biggest investments

5/6/2017 - Quelle surprise! Alt-right Americans and internet bots are spreading #MacronLeaks

5/6/2017 - In the West, all brown people look the same

5/6/2017 - Ivanka Trump’s foray into Nietzsche, and other gratuitous misuses of philosophy

5/6/2017 - Republicans’ new health-care bill isn’t just heartless—it’s also a political dead end

5/6/2017 - UK local elections have crushed any hope of changing course on Brexit

5/6/2017 - Even in Nike’s specially rigged race, runners couldn’t break the two-hour marathon mark

5/6/2017 - California’s plan to tax rockets by the mile is exactly what space companies want

5/6/2017 - How James Gunn went from B-movies to directing Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy”

5/6/2017 - Disney researchers’ new project is essentially like a real-life Snapchat filter

5/6/2017 - The health care vote shows Trump thinks the US presidency is just another reality television show

5/6/2017 - Seeking a Leader of the Free World to fill a recently created vacancy

5/6/2017 - Weekend edition—Politicians and factories, Rocket Raccoon, chewy “Q”

5/6/2017 - 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron’s closest political advisor is his 64-year-old wife

5/6/2017 - All the ways France in 2017 resembles Weimar Germany in 1932

5/6/2017 - This is the best month of TV ever

5/6/2017 - Scientists told heartbroken people that a nasal spray would cure them. It worked 

5/6/2017 - “Empathy, optimism and lots of spare batteries”: Legendary photographers’ advice for a creative life

5/6/2017 - It took a century to create the weekend—and only a decade to undo it

5/6/2017 - Weekend edition—Politicians and factories, Rocket Raccoon, chewy “Q”

5/6/2017 - Weekend edition—Politicians and factories, Rocket Raccoon, chewy “Q”

5/5/2017 - Journalists shouldn’t report on the contents of Macron’s leaked documents, for democracy’s sake

5/5/2017 - Russia is really doing its damnedest to defeat Macron and make Le Pen president of France

5/5/2017 - Weekend edition—Politicians and factories, Rocket Raccoon, chewy “Q”

5/5/2017 - Kendall Jenner on the cover of Vogue India is another slap in the face for brown girls

5/5/2017 - The few US cities where economic growth benefited everyone

5/5/2017 - Kim and Kanye’s new kids’ clothing line features chokers for babies

5/5/2017 - A neuroscientist’s baby-step guide from multitasking to single-tasking

5/5/2017 - There are exactly zero women working on the Senate version of the Republican health care bill

5/5/2017 - The Pope inspired a venture capitalist to launch a startup accelerator at the Vatican

5/5/2017 - Malls, mines, and machines: Where US jobs are made and lost

5/5/2017 - The dismal saga of basketball star Lonzo Ball’s doomed $495 sneaker

5/5/2017 - The one thing Elon Musk can’t bend to his will: German trade unions

5/5/2017 - What happened when Alzheimer’s patients were treated for the diseases we actually have cures for

5/5/2017 - Memo to Rex Tillerson: Why the US State Department needs word clouds

5/5/2017 - A simple guide to following Sunday’s French presidential election

5/5/2017 - Just days after deadly campus stabbing, Texas lawmakers aim to make it easier to carry big knives

5/5/2017 - Music charts are so broken, teenage Harry Styles fans are gaming them with VPNs

5/5/2017 - Trump’s desire for free time in his schedule actually makes lots of management sense

5/5/2017 - Quartzy: the isness edition

5/5/2017 - Quartzy: the isness edition

5/5/2017 - Europe has a solution to its refugee arrivals: Stop the sale of rubber dinghies

5/5/2017 - Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie says Americans need to stop searching for Trump’s silver lining

5/5/2017 - Apple avoids billions in taxes, Disney princesses save Hasbro, Alphabet’s “other revenue”

5/5/2017 - Walmart has applied for a patent to track how much toothpaste and milk you use at home

5/5/2017 - Running the North Korea marathon showed me a surprising side of the country I didn’t know existed

5/5/2017 - The best verbal beatings US lawmakers gave airline executives this week

5/5/2017 - Instagram’s CEO is not very good at Instagram—and that’s why he’s good at his job

5/5/2017 - Tech innovation could build Africa’s economies, if governments let it

5/5/2017 - Elecciones en Francia, primer gran avión chino, sufrimiento genético

5/5/2017 - The secret ingredient that one successful VC’s winning bets all have in common

5/5/2017 - Steps among many—not leaps among a few—will end factory farming

5/5/2017 - It took 34 years, but the majority of American households have finally ditched landlines

5/5/2017 - Reading books is a major key to success. Here’s how you make it a habit

5/5/2017 - Internet access is an essential part of life, but the quality of that access can vary wildly

5/5/2017 - You are part owner of the Moon and stars, by law. No joke.

5/5/2017 - Obama’s presidential library envisions a new purpose for public libraries

5/5/2017 - This weekend is the best time to watch the Eta Aquarids meteor shower

5/5/2017 - African entrepreneurs explain what Africa needs to build billion dollar companies

5/5/2017 - Trump has decided not to spend on the one thing that could really deter illegal immigration

5/5/2017 - The first large passenger jet made in China just completed its maiden flight

5/5/2017 - Being on the same wavelength isn’t just a figure of speech. It’s proven neuroscience.

5/5/2017 - Despite the hysteria, Le Pen is not going to win—and populism is not an unstoppable epidemic

5/5/2017 - Fender made the Tesla of guitar amplifiers

5/5/2017 - France decides, Trump lauds Aussie healthcare, Musk’s “S3XY” problem

5/5/2017 - The Russian embassy in London gleefully trolls the West on Twitter

5/5/2017 - In the fastest-growing smartphone market, the Nokia dumb phone remains relevant—as a vibrator

5/5/2017 - China beats India to become the world’s fastest growing aviation market

5/5/2017 - Terrible sandstorms like the one in Beijing can shift 360,000 tons of sand and dust

5/5/2017 - Germany has become the world’s indispensable nation, but how long can it hold the line alone?

5/5/2017 - Global CEOs are sleeping peacefully while we become leaders, says yoga guru Ramdev on Patanjali

5/5/2017 - What innovation and technological disruption really means for Africa

5/5/2017 - Funding shouldn’t be used as a rubber stamp for innovation

5/5/2017 - The key to innovating education in Africa will be to fix its financing

5/5/2017 - Quartz Africa Innovators 2017

5/5/2017 - African video game makers are breaking into the global industry with their own stories

5/5/2017 - Can the Nigerian designer of the Chevy Volt revitalize his country’s auto industry?

5/5/2017 - Quartz’s Africa Innovators 2017 special edition

5/5/2017 - China’s passenger jet, VW’s comeback plan, grease thieves

5/5/2017 - China’s passenger jet, VW’s comeback plan, grease thieves

5/5/2017 - It’s going to be a long time before India becomes a nation of shopaholics

5/5/2017 - India can solve half of its problems by just getting boys and girls to play together

5/5/2017 - Apple’s latest China ad features a very different China than its previous ones

5/4/2017 - Google and Uber are learning money can’t buy them victory in India’s brutal food-delivery wars

5/4/2017 - China’s military tech is becoming less of a joke and more of a threat

5/4/2017 - US healthcare bill, China jet testflight, Musk’s racy joke

5/4/2017 - Twitter users are sharing moving stories about fears of losing protections for pre-existing conditions

5/4/2017 - Flint wants residents to pay for their poisoned water—or face losing their homes

5/4/2017 - The all-star “Daily Show” news team is reuniting to party like it’s 2005

5/4/2017 - Adidas is banking on a new set of sneaker classics for when the retro trend cools down

5/4/2017 - The US House of Representatives has voted to make cancer patients pay up to $140,000 a year for “insurance”

5/4/2017 - Greener pastures draw clean-tech innovators to Thailand

5/4/2017 - Here’s how Hulu’s $40-a-month live-TV service stacks up against its rivals

5/4/2017 - Under the new Republican health care bill, being a woman is essentially a pre-existing condition

5/4/2017 - Why is it so hard for the US government to prosecute police who kill?

5/4/2017 - Whole Foods’ big new threat: the cheap German supermarkets that conquered Europe

5/4/2017 - The Republicans’ amended health-care law could be devastating for four big groups of Americans

5/4/2017 - The most exciting two minutes in sports isn’t getting any faster

5/4/2017 - Confirmed: The strategic importance of brown-nosing bosses for your career

5/4/2017 - Apple has four employees who work at home on the range in North Dakota

5/4/2017 - Eight alternate headlines for Brad Pitt and Ryan McGinley’s wild, whacky GQ cover shoot

5/4/2017 - The culture of secrecy that fuels campus rape has a tech solution

5/4/2017 - Trump ran as a foreign-policy realist. Instead he’s become another interventionist neocon

5/4/2017 - Spending for a happier life

5/4/2017 - Making your money count toward your happiness

5/4/2017 - Drone vs Volcano: A photo captures technology’s frailty compared to the immense power of nature

5/4/2017 - Whole Foods will sell you organic potato chips but its CEO recommends against eating them

5/4/2017 - A video of Delta ordering a dad and his family off a flight shows how customer issues can escalate

5/4/2017 - These striking US national monuments are under threat thanks to Donald Trump

5/4/2017 - How to choose a stronger password you’ll actually remember

5/4/2017 - The Kentucky Derby is the only horse race Americans care about anymore

5/4/2017 - My partner makes twice as much money as I do. What’s the best way to split the rent?

5/4/2017 - Uber’s “upfront” pricing is helping it overcharge passengers

5/4/2017 - The Republican health-care bill could cut benefits in employer-backed plans, too

5/4/2017 - Dinner table questions to inspire meaningful conversations about your kid’s day

5/4/2017 - A fragile Robert Mugabe refutes the notion that Zimbabwe is a “fragile” state

5/4/2017 - Who we are as data might soon become more important than who we are as people

5/4/2017 - ¿Dónde está Leopoldo López?, pérdidas de Tesla, la última foto

5/4/2017 - “May the Fourth be with you”: What the “Star Wars” holiday can teach us about brand loyalty

5/4/2017 - The baffling icons behind Apple’s first ever Singapore store

5/4/2017 - Scientists are using sound vibrations to knock over Lego people

5/4/2017 - The tragic twilight of the forgotten comic-book mastermind who created Rocket Raccoon

5/4/2017 - Britain’s Prince Philip, the world’s greatest plaque unveiler, is calling it quits

5/4/2017 - It’s surprisingly easy to game scientific publishing’s most important method

5/4/2017 - New York’s unrealistic dream of rivaling Silicon Valley should end with Etsy’s troubles

5/4/2017 - The data prove it: Choosing to go gluten-free is bad for you

5/4/2017 - Emmanuel Macron will have to defy French culture to be an effective French leader

5/4/2017 - The US military has a new technology to finally solve the concussion crisis

5/4/2017 - The best practices for convincing someone to respond to your cold email

5/4/2017 - A Google executive’s “happiness equation” got him through the grief of losing a son

5/4/2017 - Why does this unrepentant racist and nationalist still have a job in the White House?

5/4/2017 - Obamacare vote, Prince Phillip calls it quits, 1000-pack beer

5/4/2017 - Work that makes you sweat (literally) leads to greater job satisfaction

5/4/2017 - Somalia’s youngest cabinet minister has been shot dead

5/4/2017 - Your financial fate is sealed by the time you turn 25

5/4/2017 - A new postage stamp reveals a rare astronomical phenomenon when you touch it

5/4/2017 - What bad news? South Korea’s stock market is dancing to its own tune

5/4/2017 - How Marine Le Pen could win France’s election, even if she polls lower than 50%

5/4/2017 - With a little help from Jon Snow and Harry Potter, Indian cops are winning Twitter

5/4/2017 - Lagos is relocating Nigeria’s largest computer market—and likely destroying it in the process

5/4/2017 - Ethiopia’s humans rights problems may tank its ambition to become a global apparel center

5/4/2017 - What do Indians do on the internet?

5/4/2017 - It’s impossible to study African history without understanding how much colonialism set it back

5/4/2017 - The long history of Indians in the US, as told by a portrait of an anonymous woman

5/4/2017 - H-1B blues: A Quartz guide for Indians in the US looking to move back home

5/4/2017 - France’s presidential debate, Facebook’s solid results, 1,000-pack beer

5/4/2017 - France’s presidential debate, Facebook’s solid results, 1,000-pack beer

5/4/2017 - What’s killing India’s giant coal power plants?

5/3/2017 - Puerto Rico filed what could be the mother of all municipal bond bankruptcies

5/3/2017 - Facebook is adding employees at a faster clip even as revenue growth slows

5/3/2017 - The newest version of Windows won’t let you change the default web browser or search engine

5/3/2017 - Tesla’s big worry is people think the Model 3 will be better than it is

5/3/2017 - FBI nausea, Facebook’s solid results, overproof Bombay

5/3/2017 - Joe Biden tried to work with the Trump administration on curing cancer, but they weren’t interested

5/3/2017 - FBI director James Comey is “mildly nauseous” he might have helped Trump become president

5/3/2017 - Don’t click the Google Docs link in that suspicious email you probably just got

5/3/2017 - Autocrats are more likely to build giant skyscrapers—even when their countries don’t need them

5/3/2017 - Slack can now identify your company’s resident expert in everything—even Westworld

5/3/2017 - One in three prisoners serving a life term anywhere is in the US

5/3/2017 - Travelers paid US airlines more than $4 billion to check their bags last year

5/3/2017 - All the benefits corporate executives unlock when they get access to the White House

5/3/2017 - Celebrities weigh in on one of the most controversial topics of our time: the Oxford comma

5/3/2017 - Disney is reviving the “The Mickey Mouse Club” on Facebook

5/3/2017 - A popular photo series documents all of the unexpected places Muslims pray

5/3/2017 - Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” film adaptation has finally emerged from development hell

5/3/2017 - Facebook is hiring 3,000 more people to monitor Facebook Live for murders, suicides, and other horrific video

5/3/2017 - The retro sneakers that Adidas hopes will be the next Stan Smiths

5/3/2017 - The incredible sadness of reading Ivanka Trump’s “Women Who Work” after reading her father’s views on women

5/3/2017 - Here’s why “fuck” is in the dictionary

5/3/2017 - The Fyre Festival debacle raises an important question: Why do rich people love islands so much?

5/3/2017 - One of the world’s wealthiest countries is also one of its biggest online pirates

5/3/2017 - Charted: Trump’s “America First” budget looks nothing like what the government will do in 2017

5/3/2017 - The French election is nothing like Brexit or Trump

5/3/2017 - China’s Tencent is a sleeping giant in the global artificial intelligence race

5/3/2017 - Brexit 100.000 millones, Macron y Le Pen, la modelo de Playboy

5/3/2017 - The historic shift in the US Supreme Court’s religious makeup (plus or minus a Gorsuch)

5/3/2017 - Work gives our lives meaning. What will we do when robots have taken our jobs?

5/3/2017 - You weren’t bad at math — you just weren’t looking at it the right way

5/3/2017 - A neuroscientist explains why we can’t see the world objectively—and humanity is better for it

5/3/2017 - China is selling more electric vehicles than the US—and it’s not even close

5/3/2017 - Apple’s amazing cash pile shows the flaw in Donald Trump’s corporate tax cuts

5/3/2017 - Oscar Mayer wants to sell you a cleaner hot dog

5/3/2017 - The US middle class may be doing better than the numbers suggest

5/3/2017 - Facebook’s report card, VW gains traction, tech-backed pork startups

5/3/2017 - Afrikaans is much more than South Africa’s oppressor language

5/3/2017 - Apple’s dividend alone is enough to buy a third of the companies in the S&P 500

5/3/2017 - If your carbon footprint makes you feel guilty, there’s an easy way out

5/3/2017 - Uruguay will offer dirt-cheap legal weed—under certain conditions

5/3/2017 - There’s a hidden form of domestic violence that Indian and Pakistani women are suffering

5/3/2017 - Apple’s iPhone miss, self-driving Peugeots, pork startup

5/3/2017 - Apple’s iPhone miss, self-driving Peugeots, pork startup

5/3/2017 - The best days of selling cheap Chinese goods in Africa are over

5/3/2017 - A night at India’s first capsule hotel

5/3/2017 - Even the IIT heads are now worried about the quality of India’s engineers

5/3/2017 - India’s 10-step plan to transform its economy and quality of life by 2020

5/2/2017 - In India’s crowded startup scene, it’s getting harder to raise money for new ventures

5/2/2017 - Slowing growth is the new normal for Apple in China

5/2/2017 - How we’ll know when China really is working with the US on North Korea

5/2/2017 - Girls have had it tough in China for nearly 3,000 years

5/2/2017 - Apple has won a battle in India but it has yet to win the war

5/2/2017 - Japan’s antiwar constitution marks its 70th birthday under the shadow of North Korea

5/2/2017 - Apple’s wearables business is huge, if you buy Apple’s fudged definition of wearables

5/2/2017 - Apple is too damned big

5/2/2017 - Apple’s iPhone miss, FBI-ISIL marriage, tech-pork startup

5/2/2017 - Bret Stephens elides the difference between uncertainty and skepticism when it comes to climate change science

5/2/2017 - Let’s all be grateful our cosmetic brushes don’t give us anthrax anymore

5/2/2017 - Move aside football, American college students can now play video games as a varsity sport

5/2/2017 - With Fox News in flux, MSNBC is courting conservatives

5/2/2017 - Microsoft has a new laptop that’s warm to the touch

5/2/2017 - The conditions that help poor people make better decisions, according to new research

5/2/2017 - The Met Gala honored a fashion rebel with a display of outdated red carpet tropes

5/2/2017 - The story behind Donald Trump and Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte’s populist bromance

5/2/2017 - The US is using so much solar power that it will have to prepare for the August eclipse

5/2/2017 - A turf war might be brewing between Apple and China’s largest internet company

5/2/2017 - Jimmy Kimmel says Donald Trump is threatening the healthcare system that just saved his newborn son

5/2/2017 - Internships at these 25 companies pay more than the average US salary

5/2/2017 - When push comes to shove, how quickly will you give up your data for convenience?

5/2/2017 - Virtual-reality worlds filled with penguins and otters are a promising alternative to painkillers

5/2/2017 - You can be detained in the US for overstaying your visa by 90 minutes

5/2/2017 - A Ghanaian soccer star was punished for walking off the field in response to racial abuse in Italy

5/2/2017 - The idea of “one true calling” is a romanticized lie

5/2/2017 - Climate change has created a new generation of sex-trafficking victims

5/2/2017 - France’s Marine Le Pen parrots a speech by her opponent, channeling Melania Trump

5/2/2017 - Maduro y Venezuela, Cabify en Sevilla, drones terroristas

5/2/2017 - A psychologist’s surprisingly reassuring advice for socially awkward people

5/2/2017 - Corporate sexual harassment hotlines don’t work. They’re not designed to

5/2/2017 - Twitter says every world leader should tweet like Donald Trump

5/2/2017 - Robot exoskeletons are finally here, and they’re nothing like the suits from Iron Man

5/2/2017 - Google’s new jobs product could benefit from everything else Google knows about you

5/2/2017 - Robots don’t have to take over jobs in order to be a problem for workers

5/2/2017 - Trump’s plan to defund the UN would be a great way to draw America’s military into many more global conflicts

5/2/2017 - Human society is totally interdependent—that’s a huge advantage, but also a huge survival risk

5/2/2017 - The newest ailment to worry about at the office? Motion sickness

5/2/2017 - Black gang members are the heroes of Steve Bannon’s screenplay about the 1992 Rodney King trial

5/2/2017 - There is a secret surge of white collar unemployment happening—and here’s how companies can stop it

5/2/2017 - Verizon claims FCC is not reversing net neutrality rules two days after FCC chairman suggests it is

5/2/2017 - The US and UK have set a low bar in the race to be the fastest-growing G7 economy

5/2/2017 - US housing wealth is growing for the oldest and wealthiest Americans, at the expense of everybody else

5/2/2017 - Microsoft’s new head of research has spent his career building powerful AI—and making sure it’s safe

5/2/2017 - Putin talks with Trump and Merkel, US screenwriters standoff, rebuilding glaciers

5/2/2017 - China is making an official version of Wikipedia

5/2/2017 - Stop making the French election all about the EU—it’s about much more than that

5/2/2017 - The UK could have changed the way the world fights global warming. Instead it blew $200 million.

5/2/2017 - The winners of Wimbledon are getting more prize money because of Brexit

5/2/2017 - Even without Trump’s H-1B chaos, it would be a tough year for India’s IT giants

5/2/2017 - Australia is at a point where it has to choose between its ally America and its economic backer China

5/2/2017 - India’s internet users have more faith in content that’s not in English

5/2/2017 - Giving in to Trump’s bullying, India’s outsourcing giant Infosys is hiring 10,000 American workers

5/2/2017 - Trump on meeting Kim, Venezuelan power grab, rebuilding glaciers

5/2/2017 - Trump on meeting Kim, Venezuelan power grab, rebuilding glaciers

5/2/2017 - From BFFs to frenemies, Ramdev’s fickle relationship with Narendra Modi

5/2/2017 - A delicious Indian berry contains a crucial ingredient for creating cheap solar cells

5/1/2017 - Trump on meeting Kim, SpaceX spy launch, rebuilding glaciers

5/1/2017 - Apple’s answer to Amazon Echo and Google Home might be on its way

5/1/2017 - Fox News’ bad year is getting even worse—co-president Bill Shine is out

5/1/2017 - “Why was there the Civil War?” Trump asked. We asked a non-American to explain

5/1/2017 - The key questions about Apple that its second-quarter earnings might answer

5/1/2017 - Fasting diets could be more effective than other weight loss plans—if we weren’t so wired for consistency

5/1/2017 - Trump’s invitation to Rodrigo Duterte highlights why he and his kids must sell their business

5/1/2017 - Things are not looking good in Afghanistan, where the “government” only controls 60% of the country

5/1/2017 - “The Godfather” would never be made today because it’s not a Marvel film, its director says

5/1/2017 - A museum fighting to keep wages down wants its employees to buy its director a yacht

5/1/2017 - Soon to be made without any fish guts, Guinness is going vegan

5/1/2017 - Anthony Bourdain says these are the airports with the best food

5/1/2017 - One of Macau’s biggest casinos is expanding into West Africa

5/1/2017 - Despite being sued for its “Hunger Games” vibe, Fyre Festival promises it’ll be great next year

5/1/2017 - Switzerland wants to save a glacier from global warming by literally throwing cold water on it

5/1/2017 - Trump y Duterte, Morales apoya a Maduro, una serie peligrosa de Netflix

5/1/2017 - Google is testing a job-search feature that could rival LinkedIn—and Facebook

5/1/2017 - The real problem with standing desks, according to evolutionary psychology

5/1/2017 - The US government will stay open because lawmakers ignored master dealmaker Donald Trump

5/1/2017 - Almost every speed limit is too low

5/1/2017 - The secret to wild creativity is an obsessive spreadsheet, according to OK Go

5/1/2017 - Dubai just became the first city in the world to have its own official font in Microsoft Office

5/1/2017 - There’s no good way to kill a bad idea

5/1/2017 - The UK wants new laws to fine Google, Twitter, and Facebook for failing to deal with hate speech

5/1/2017 - 50% of US coal jobs are in just 25 counties

5/1/2017 - North Korea’s “smart cookie,” Erdogan in India, in defense of Luddites

5/1/2017 - The last male northern white rhino on Earth has joined Tinder

5/1/2017 - Erdogan speaks of “dear friend” Nawaz Sharif and resolving Kashmir just before meeting Modi

5/1/2017 - As a cash crunch bites, Zimbabwe wants locals to use livestock as bank collateral

5/1/2017 - An Indian politician gifts brides laundry bats to tackle abusive husbands

5/1/2017 - For Ola, there is no stopping the bleeding

5/1/2017 - Hong Kong just got a major ruling on rights for same-sex spouses

5/1/2017 - Modi meets Erdogan, Le Pen’s would-be prime minister, in defense of Luddites

5/1/2017 - Modi meets Erdogan, Le Pen’s would-be prime minister, in defense of Luddites

5/1/2017 - India’s e-commerce firms have found an unlikely ally in mom-and-pop stores

5/1/2017 - WhatsApp has turned being a school mom into a relentless 24/7 job