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A reader recommends a new podcast from Lindsay Goldwert—a journalist and stand-up comic based in Queens—that’s very similar to…
That quote is from a previous reader contributor, Lori, but it’s echoed in this monologue from the inimitable John Goodman…
A new generation of parents is shopping with the idea that pink and blue—along with robots, bunnies, dinosaurs, and unicorns—are for every child.
The death rate for black men between the ages of 20 and 49 dropped by half between 1990 and 2010. Why?
The city is facing a housing crisis, but despite its progressive reputation, it’s done little to ensure affordability for longtime residents.
In a nation where consumption makes up a significant share of the GDP, that’s not good for the economy.
A national system of electricity transmission could cut power-plant emissions by 80 percent.
Next year, the uniforms of the Philadelphia 76ers will feature the patch of a corporate sponsor, the first such deal in major U.S. sports.
Car alarms don't deter criminals, and they're a public nuisance. Why are they still so common?
Blaming the lack of diversity on customer preference, a recent analysis suggests, is an irresponsible punt.
Family-run drug stores are an American tradition, one that Vincent Hartzell has wanted to take part in since the fourth grade.
He arrived in Washington, D.C., in 1981. In the decades that followed, the strain of transposing a life from one continent to another grew more and more painful.
In response to my previous note on weird school rules related to undergarments, reader Kat Steele shares her story: …
Nostalgia for manufacturing jobs is obscuring the fact that their 21st-century incarnation doesn't tend to pay very well.
It’s a sign of a stronger economy.
Many low-income shoppers, a study finds, miss out on the savings that come with making purchases in bulk.
The search engine’s new policy will hurt companies pitching high-interest loans, but how will it affect borrowers?
Sixty years after gigantic stores entered the American retail landscape, many are closing and filing for bankruptcy. But warehouse stores and club stores are doing something right.
The Supreme Court could have a major role to play in deciding whether workers can challenge their status as independent contractors.
A new generation of parents is shopping with the idea is that pink and blue—along with robots, bunnies, dinosaurs, and unicorns—are for every child.