Silicon Valley Rethinks the (Home) Office

Great Time to Try: Learning to Draw. Refusing to Wear a Mask Is a Uniquely American Pathology.

Silicon Valley Rethinks the (Home) Office

Some tech companies are adjusting to the pandemic with new WFH perks and even letting employees ditch their commutes forever.

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What Happens to Your Body When You Take Naps Every Single Day?

As often as we talk about the benefits of sleep, more than a third of Americans are not getting the proper amount of shut-eye.

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A Biblical Mystery at Oxford

A renowned scholar claimed that he discovered a first-century gospel fragment. Now he’s facing allegations of antiquities theft, cover-up, and fraud.

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Great Time to Try: Learning to Draw

Drawing lets us look outward and inward simultaneously and it doesn’t have to be perfect. Here are some tips for getting started and drawing inspiration from the familiar.

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Wandering a Grand Hotel Emptied by Coronavirus, and Checking 1,400 Taps

A luxury hotel in Barcelona plans to welcome guests again once Spain’s lockdown ends. Until then, its sole occupant lives in a room with enviable views and preps it for a post-pandemic world.

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The Tongue Tie Conundrum

More and more babies are receiving this controversial diagnosis, and parents are getting conflicting advice. Here’s how to navigate the confusion.

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Refusing to Wear a Mask Is a Uniquely American Pathology

The obsession with individualism and the misinterpretation of constitutional freedom collide into a germy mess.

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The Mysterious 19th Century ‘Princess’ Who Fooled a Town

When a woman arrived in an English village speaking a mysterious language, the locals took her for beggar. But then an interpreter showed up, and she said she was a princess.

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Even If You're Trying To Avoid Grubhub By Calling Your Favorite Restaurant Directly, Grubhub Could Still Be Charging It A Fee

Customers trying to avoid online delivery platforms like Grubhub by calling restaurants directly might be dialing phone numbers generated and advertised by those very platforms — for which restaurants are charged fees that can sometimes exceed the income the order generates.

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The Crash That Failed

There have been hundreds of illuminating books on the great financial collapse. Crashed, written to mark its tenth anniversary, will stand for a long time as the authoritative account.

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