Our Deepest Fears Realized: Most Couples Meet Online Now
Meeting online is trending upward, and fewer and fewer people are meeting at work, school, or through friends or family.
The Rise of a Mysteriously Effective Therapy for Trauma
An increasingly popular treatment called EMDR is bizarre to say the least. But mainstream psychologists are embracing it.
Drug Addiction Used to End Political Careers, but That's Finally Changing
Around the country, candidates for local office are opening up about their histories of drug use.
Men Tend to Struggle With Breakup Regret More Than Women
Regrets over relationships that went south is more common than other forms of regret, psychologists say.
Why Can't I Stop Thinking About Someone I Barely Dated?
For one thing, new relationships literally alter your brain chemistry.
Trump's Agents Are Trying to Deport a Stateless Man with Nowhere to Go
An Uber driver who's been living in the US since 1999 is in immigration limbo—a repeat of a nightmare he faced under the Obama administration.
Newsflash: Hookah Smoking Is Terrible for You
And the latest upgrade could make things even worse.
How Dangerous Is It to Take Expired Drugs?
Here's how much the date on the pill bottle really matters.
What Happened When a Prison Brought in a Brain Injury Specialist
We got an early peak at the numbers from a new study of brain injuries in an American prison, and they aren't pretty.
Meet the Woman Fighting to Normalize Toplessness
"I don't have slogans painted on my body. I don't carry signs. There are times for that, but to normalize bare-chestedness, you have to do normal things."
The 20-Year-Old EDM Entrepreneur Accused of Running a $500,000 Ponzi Scheme
Ian Bick has been organizing dances and EDM events for Connecticut teens since he was 15, but the federal government is now accusing him of running a much darker and more complex side hustle.
How America's Maze of Meth Laws Hurts the Poor and Marginalized
Fourteen states are holding onto an antiquated standard for how much meth residue is harmful and treating places that were merely near meth smoke as if they were full-blown drug labs.