A Tale of Two Gardens
In Fairfield County, Connecticut, two landscape designs rely on clean, formal geometry-but with strikingly different results.
8 ways to help prevent cervical cancer
If we make sure we keep talking about women's health, we'll help break the taboos - and save lives in the process
The Changing Face of Entrepreneurship
Women, particularly women of color, are launching companies in greater numbers than ever before. But funding remains a big problem
A Growing Threat to Nursing Home Safety
A Newsweek investigation reveals nearly a third of the nation’s 15,000 facilities are overdue for inspection, putting the lives and care of residents at risk
A 2nd Wave of Layoffs at Meta; 10,000 Jobs Are Cut
Facebook parent Meta is slashing 10,000 jobs, about as many as the social media company announced late last year in its first round of cuts, as uncertainly about the global economy hits the technology sector particularly hard.
6 A.M. With...The Combat King
Five days a week, three hours a day, Shadow and Bone star Lewis Tan hits the gym to sweat, kick ass-and sculpt a fighter's body.
A solar revolution driven by power cuts
About 2,300 ft. above Beirut in the Matn district mountains, Roger Mazloum and his brother Elias greet me on an unusually balmy winter day as they chop wood to help keep their early 20th-century home warm before the cold returns.
Gen Z in the House
A week with Maxwell Frost, the youngest new member of Congress
'The Last of Us' TV Adaptation Resonates Beyond Gamers
In the HBO series "The Last of Us," a fungal infection has taken over Earth, rendering the United States an apocalyptic landscape protagonists Joel and Ellie need to traverse.
Τimes of the Sign
The Hollywood sign began its life, fittingly enough, as a flashy billboard no more permanent than a film set. In the 100 years since. it has been rebuilt, rebranded, and reborn as a beacon for aspiring stars from around the world and a reminder of just how few dreams of fame and fortune come true.