A Tribeca Loft Full of Mood and Mystery
"Everything changes in this house," says its owner, Grimanesa Amorós.
A Tale of Two Gardens
In Fairfield County, Connecticut, two landscape designs rely on clean, formal geometry-but with strikingly different results.
Why Tiktok's Security Risks Keep Raising Fears
TikTok is once again fending off claims that its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, would share user data from its popular video-sharing app with the Chinese government, or push propaganda and misinformation on its behalf.
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
America's Greatest Workplaces for Women 2023
As a society, we have made great strides in promoting gender a equality and breaking down gender barriers.
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
Can You Eat Your Way Younger?
Many (so, so many!) bold new "Superfoods" emphatically promise to enhance and extend your life. Here's one man's quest to eat (nearly!) everything and separate health from hype
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.