DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue NYC Over Pandemic Fee Caps
Three of the nation’s largest food delivery companies are suing New York City over a limit on fees it put in place during the pandemic to protect restaurants devastated by the forced closure of their dining rooms.
Billionaire Cohen To Invest In New Crypto Trading Firm Radkl
A cryptocurrency company launched by partners of a major Wall Street trading firm said Tuesday that it has snagged the support of billionaire investor Steven A. Cohen, as big names from the traditional financial world continue to embrace the industry surrounding crypto.
“Covid Zero” kept Australia safe, if isolated, for 18 months. Now its states are split over how to move on
A Crack in the App Economy
Apple says it won its lawsuit with Epic, but the court’s decision shows how app store gatekeepers could lose control
Breve historia de una mecánica nacional
Cuatro décadas de música electrónica en México
What Have We Learned?
We will never forget 9/11. But a more interesting question at the 20th anniversary is, what should we remember—or more...
You've Heard This One Before
Maggie Nelson believes we react too quickly and think ungenerously. In her new book, she’s guilty of doing both.
Jessica Chastain and Liv Ullmann – Same Role, 48 Years Apart
Jessica Chastain reprises Liv Ullmann’s part in the Ingmar Bergman classic Scenes From a Marriage. Their approaches couldn’t be more different.
The U.N.'s Own Humanitarian Crisis
Four years after promising to address its internal “scourge” of sexual assault and abuse, the massive, multinational, extralegal institution remains in conflict with itself.
2 Alaska Towns Allow Texts to 911 When Calling Not an Option
Residents in Wrangell and Petersburg now have the ability to text 911 for help when calling isn’t an option.
China's Alibaba Promises $15.5B For Development Initiatives
E-commerce giant Alibaba Group said it will spend $15.5 billion to support President Xi Jinping’s campaign to spread China’s prosperity more evenly, adding to pledges by tech companies that are under pressure to pay for the ruling Communist Party’s political initiatives.
‘Shang-Chi' Adds a Thrilling Hero to Marvel Universe
If the Marvel Cinematic Universe has taught us anything it’s that heroes arise from unexpected places. For their 25th film entry, that place is valet parking.
As Flood Alerts Lit Up Phones, Did ‘Warning Fatigue' Set In?
Cellphones across New York and New Jersey pulsed with urgent warnings of catastrophic flooding as the fury of Hurricane Ida’s remnants, carrying torrential rains, upper New Jersey and New York City.
Biden's Benghazi Moment
How the deadly Kabul AIRPORT ATTACK and bungled Afghanistan pullout could HAUNT HIS PRESIDENCY–and cost him the midterms.
Are Vaccine Mandates Justifiable?
Some call them reasonable public health measures, while others say they are an un-American invasion of privacy
Apple Loosens App Store Payment Rules In Lawsuit Settlement
Apple has agreed to let developers of iPhone apps email their users about cheaper ways to pay for digital subscriptions and media by circumventing a commission system that generates billions of dollars annually for the iPhone maker.
Shay can never hold her chopsticks properly. When she uses them, they crisscross and make an X, and sometimes she cannot quite pick up the slippery pieces of tofu. Her mother laughs.
China Limits Children To 3 Hours Of Online Gaming A Week
China is banning children from playing online games for more than three hours a week, the harshest restriction so far on the game industry as Chinese regulators continue cracking down on the technology sector.
Amazon Teams With Affirm To Offer Buy Now-Pay-Later Option
Amazon is teaming with payments company Affirm to offer online shoppers a buy-now-pay later option that does not involve credit cards.
Caracas – A City Unravels
The cultural spaces and infrastructure of Venezuela’s capital were once the envy of Latin America. Decades of decline have taken their toll
When The State Is Absent
A year after Beirut’s devastating port blast, the government is AWOL— so the people have stepped in to rebuild
When Ghost Cities Come Alive
Built on a grand scale with thousands of apartments, new roads and subway lines, and Instagrammable architecture, China’s overnight cities have something else now: People
What's New with Omega-3s
A string of recent studies adds more evidence supporting the benefits of omega-3 fats EPA and DHA. Found in fish and fish oil supplements, these two omega-3s are also in vegan supplements made from algal oil.
El ataque terrorista que cambió el mundo
Este mes se cumplen 20 años del mayor atentado terrorista en la historia de Estados Unidos, que sacudió por completo la idea de seguridad global.
7 Bold Rules for Healthy Aging
In her new book, nutrition pioneer Ann Louise Gittleman, now 72, offers a comprehensive plan for growing older with health, high function, and vitality.
Beat Depression & Anxiety With Food
Looking at a menu or perusing the contents of your fridge, you probably don’t wonder, “How will this affect my mood?” But maybe you should.
5 Medicinal Mushrooms To Try Now
Mushrooms offer a vast range of potentially therapeutic uses, including enhancing immunity, improving cardiovascular health, promoting detoxification, boosting mood, improving digestion, stimulating memory, and nourishing the body.
Ginseng or Ashwagandha?
Both of these popular herbs can help with a wide range of health concerns, so deciding between them isn’t always easy.
Chef Special: Cat Cora's 6 Tips To Help Kids Eat Healthily
Cat Cora is world-renowned chef, author, restaurateur, contributing editor, television host and personality, avid philanthropist, health and fitness expert, lifestyle entrepreneur and above all a proud mother of six boys.
Yoga Asanas To Practice before Retiring to Bed
Sleep is so important for our health, especially for our immunity and nervous system.