We Asked People About Their Most Expensive Mistake
Everybody makes mistakes. Some cost more than others.
Unexpected Side Effect of Quarantine: We're All Setting Our Kitchens on Fire
Scald burns and house fires are on the rise as amateur cooks under stay-at-home orders realize they have no idea what they're doing.
Winery Worker Fired After Accidentally Spilling $213K of Wine Down a Drain
In a different incident in 2017, the same worker failed to switch the diverting valve on a tank and lost another 11,000 liters of wine.
Uber CEO on Saudi Arabia’s Murder and Dismemberment of Jamal Khashoggi: We All Make Mistakes
Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund is the fifth-largest investor in Uber.
Every Decision You’ll Come to Regret During Freshers Week
No, you don't need to drop a week's rent on a wristband for FUN events that mostly involve wearing identical, branded T-shirts.
Question of the Day: What's Your Biggest Regret?
"I regret the tattoo on my arm that I just got lasered off about 10 minutes ago."
Entrepreneurs Told Us What They Learned from Their Worst Mistakes
They're all but inevitable.
The Agency That Messed Up Hawaii's Nuclear Alert Keeps Passwords on Post-Its
At least they weren't using "password."
Twitter Re-Activated an Account It Told Congress Was Connected to a Russian Troll Farm
Robert Delaware got his account back after the company misidentified him as a Russian troll, but Twitter won't say if this could have happened to others.
How to Recover From a Major Screwup
A persuasion expert shows you how to apologize—without having to say you're sorry.
Appearing in Stock Photos Was the Biggest Mistake of My Life
My face sold booze and milk, I graced the cover of a book about monster hunters, and I was the poster boy for a horrifying penis condition.