It's the Economy, Stupide
France’s president has an ace up his sleeve as he seeks a second term
Last Sane Man on Wall Street
Nathan Anderson made his name exposing—and betting against—corporate fraud. But short selling in a frothy pandemic economy can be ruinous.
5 Trends That Will Shape Franchising Forever
The pandemic set many changes in motion, from the brands that thrive to the people who are becoming new franchisees. Here are the shifts that will grow even stronger in 2022 and beyond.
2021 Box Office Closes With More Fireworks For ‘Spiderman'
Hollywood closed out 2021 with more fireworks at the box office for “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which topped all films for the third straight week and already charts among the highest grossing films ever.
5 Steps to Reach Your Money Goals in 2022
In addition to the new year bringing confetti and a fresh calendar, it’s a time to set big money goals for the next 12 months. That might mean finally paying off debt, buying a house or taking a long-delayed vacation.
$43m Battery Recycling Plant Set For Georgia, Hiring 150
A company that aims to recycle lithium ion batteries from vehicles and other uses will build its first large plant in suburban Atlanta, investing $43 million and hiring 150 people.
At Home in the Inhospitable
We Interviewed Globe-Trotting Survival Instructor and Cold-Weather Expert Jerry Saunders of Corvus Survival
A More Acessible World
Some Surprising Obstacles
Camoufleurs And the Art of War
Artists use optical illusions to win wars and save lives.
You Deserve Bold New Beginnings
Most resolutions fail because they aren't compelling enough. This year, choose goals that keep inspiring you. One treasure trove of inspiration is the Bhagavad Gita, so DAAJI will be sharing this timeless wisdom and offering us practical tools for new beginnings to move forward.
What Feels Right for You?-Embracing Difference
Judith Nelson introduces a new series for 2022, which will highlight and explore ways to integrate different perspectives on various topical issues.
4 Yoga Asana To Heal Rotator Cuff Injury
After a rotator cuff injury, proper shoulder strengthening exercises should be employed. There are specific yoga poses that can help to strengthen the rotator cuff muscles and they include the following:
Eyebrow Trends In 2022
Celebrity Makeup and Hair Artist, Christina Flach, is the creator and CEO of Pretty Girl Makeup. She is also a, health enthusiast, Sepsis awareness advocate and grief expert.
Top 10 To Conditioned Buttocks – To Prevent Knee And Back Injuries
Female athletes are two to six times more likely to suffer an injury (specifically, knee) than men, in sport activities. Women are more likely to develop patellofemoral pain syndrome (“runner’s knee”), the degeneration of the shockabsorbing cartilage under the kneecap that can occur in many kinds of sports and activities.
Being part of an iconic film franchise like Scream comes with its own unique set of experiences. Neve Campbell, who is back for the fifth installment of the film (in theaters January 14), has been through them all: “I was really surprised the first time I saw my face on someone’s leg.”
An Elder Army to Care for Kids
With universal pre-K high on the agenda in the U.S., staffing shortages loom. Here’s a solution
Do We Need Humans For That Job? Automation Booms After Covid
Ask for a roast beef sandwich at an Arby’s drive-thru east of Los Angeles and you may be talking to Tori — an artificially intelligent voice assistant that will take your order and send it to the line cooks.
Andrew Yang Is Still Trying To Move Forward
For a politician who’s never won anything, Andrew Yang is pretty famous. Yang’s 2020 presidential campaign failed to earn any delegates to the Democratic National Convention after getting about 5 percent in the Iowa caucuses and 3 percent in the New Hampshire primary. He came in fourth in New York City’s 2021 ranked choice Democratic primary for mayor. Despite his political struggles, Yang is now launching a new political party, the Forward Party.
2022 Apple: Huge Innovations With New Product Categories
With 2021 coming to a close, all eyes are on where Apple is headed next.
Against Champagne Socialists
Why Bernie Sanders, Hasan Piker, and Elizabeth Warren should open their wallets before they open their mouths.
Cozy Living in Connecticut
This lifestyle influencer's New England cottage is chic and cozy!
Our 21 Favorite Books of 2021
Luckily, 2021 provided a plethora of intriguing options to pique any interest from thrillers on this planet and in space to a Dustbowl family saga,
22 Things to Look Forward to in 2022
A look at the events, innovations, technology, sports and arts that will bring us joy next year
The Big Burnout
Long hours, low pay and a lack of appreciation — among other things — can make for a stressful workplace and lead to burnout. It’s something we should all be concerned about, because over half of the workforce reports feeling it
Sean Thor Conroe – The Protégé
Sean Thor Conroe lost his fiercest advocate right before he published his first novel. Now he’s facing the hype without him.
The Money Game: Anonymous
A Trip to the Meme-Coin Casino “I think this is all stupid and absurd. But I’m not going to complain.”
Why Did Keisha Lance Bottoms Quit?
The mayor of Atlanta was a rising star in Democratic politics. Then the crime wave hit.
86 minutes with … Peter Sarsgaard
The bee-raising, orchard-tending Brooklyn aristocrat on reading Nabokov and making films with Maggie.
The Group Portrait: the Majority
For the first time, women make up most of the City Council.
“My Dad Wasn't Just A Nobody”
Fifteen people at Rikers died in 2021. These are their stories.