Kumail Nanjiani – Becoming Immortal
Kumail Nanjiani broke the internet when he posted this shirtless pic of his Eternals transformation. Here’s his Marvel metamorphosis.
Crypto's Regulation Fix: We'll Handle It
Execs say traditional agencies don’t have the tools or expertise to oversee the sector alone
Don’t let their confidence fool you: Xi, Putin, and other authoritarians are increasingly vulnerable at home
Bill Gates Venture Picks Wyoming City for Sodium Nuke Plant
A small city in the top U.S. coal-mining state of Wyoming will be home to a Bill Gates-backed experimental nuclear power project near a coalfired power plant that will soon close, officials announced Tuesday.
Death from Above
Drones are cheap, accessible and potentially lethal. Could they cause the next 9/11?
Biden Administration Launches Series on Arctic Energy
Members of the Biden administration launched a series of events aimed at exploring the Arctic’s potential to act as a “living laboratory of clean energy innovation.”
Biden Pushes Electric Vehicle Chargers as Energy Costs Spike
President Joe Biden is highlighting billions of dollars in his giant bipartisan infrastructure deal to pay for the installation of electric vehicle chargers across the country, an investment he says will go a long way to curbing planet-warming carbon emissions while creating good-paying jobs.
Can Stacey Abrams Save the Democrats Again?
The Georgia progressive has big ambitions for the party (and for herself)
Are Boeing and Airbus Flying Into a Bubble?
They’re launching freighters just as competition from retrofitted jets and cargo space on passenger planes is heating up
Air-Scrubbing Machines Gain Momentum, But Long Way to Go
On a field ringed by rolling green hills in Iceland, fans attached to metal structures that look like an industrial-sized Lego project are spinning. Their mission is to scrub the atmosphere by sucking carbon dioxide from the air and storing it safely underground.
Get Ready for More Games: ‘Squid Game' Readies for Season 2
It’s official, the Netflix TV series “Squid Game” will be back for a season two, even though most TV shows in South Korea run for just one season. But due to the show’s global success, its creator and director said, “I almost feel like you leave us no choice.”
After Twitter Poll, CEO Musk Sells Off $5b in Tesla Shares
After making a promise on Twitter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has sold about 4.5 million shares of the electric car maker’s stock, raising over $5 billion.
A Profit and Loss Statement for Your Life
One approach to dealing with stress and burnout: Think of your emotional and other resources like a portfolio
Worth a Shot
Doctors and health experts strongly back COVID vaccination for kids. PARENTS aren’t so sure
By Land or by Sea
Unwrap the flavor of the British Virgin Islands, bite by bite.
Busan boasts a stylish mix of neighborhoods to explore.
Bourbon and Beyond
Get a taste of spirits and sports in Louisville.
Heart and Soul
Seek renewal and inner peace at Sedona’s L’Apothecary Spa.
Sharing a Common Goal
Why Puerto Rico is the most vaccinated place in America
Celebrities : Why Do They Love Bizarre Fads?
Why are famous stars so drawn to the allure of questionable health products and trends?
Simon Rex Doesn't Want to Be THAT Guy Anymore
The former MTV VJ partied his way through the early aughts, lost his career for a decade, and now, improbably, is being celebrated by the Hollywood elite.
Peter Gelb – The Divo
All of Peter Gelb’s big problems running the Metropolitan Opera only got bigger during the pandemic.
‘The Depth Is in the Pictures'
Photographer Rosalind Fox Solomon has more stories to tell than she lets on.
British import Hawksmoor is a steakhouse where you can order the fish.
The Money Game: Jen Wieczner
Revolt of the Goldman Juniors Wall Street’s youngest want more cash and better conditions. But mostly cash.
147 minutes with …Huma Abedin
Throughout a public career and marriage, the political confidante has remained poised and silent. She’s ready to change that.
Brett "The Butcher" Wilkin
Rookie sensation of the year
Queen's Golden Jubilee
On the 50th anniversary of the iconic band’s founding, members Brian May and Roger Taylor talk about luck, legacy and Freddie Mercury.
12 Reasons Your Back Isn't Growing
As a lifetime bodybuilder and fan of the sport, I have an odd pet peeve about "missing body parts."
Machines Don't Blink
The Perils of Military Brinkmanship in the Age of AI