New York City’s New Ride-Hail Rules Fail to Fight Uber
In an attempt to fight poverty and congestion, the city may end up hurting drivers.
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“I Drive Until I’m Exhausted Every Day": Uber Drivers Tell Us Why They're Striking
If you hail an Uber on Wednesday, you’re crossing a (virtual) picket line.
What White Girl Coming-of-Age Movies Don't Do For a Black Girl
It's almost as if characters like Lady Bird and Juno were created to prepare me for a life of subordination to the trials, yearnings, and humanities of white women.
'Juno' Made Me Feel Less Alone After I Got Pregnant as a Teenager
In the era before MTV's "Teen Mom" franchise, there were few if any humanizing portraits of pregnant teens on screen. Ten years after its release, "Juno" is still one of the most important movies about teen pregnancy.
Does It Suck?
Does 'Juno' Actually Suck?
For once, the answer may (not) surprise you.
Uber losers: NYC taxi medallion owners are struggling
Imagine seeing your retirement account balloon to $1.3 million and then crash to $140,000.
Jupiter Sounds Like a Fax Machine and Nobody Knows Why
What are you trying to tell us, big guy?
From Planet Nine to Proxima b, 2016 Was a Wild Year for Space
The birth of a new field of astronomy, the death of a lonely comet orbiter, and everything in between.
Bust Out Your Best Furry Costume and Boogie to Ishi's "Bring the Thunder" Video
The video is the latest output from the Dallas duo's new 'Juno' EP.
NASA Is Pushing for Solar Power, But It Can't Get Us Past Jupiter
The newest solar-powered spacecraft, Juno, would probably lose steam beyond the gas giant.
The Nine Space Gadgets NASA’s Juno Orbiter Is Using to Study Jupiter
Magnetometers, cameras, and spectrographs, oh my!
NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Set for Fourth of July Arrival at Jupiter
The coolest Fourth of July party of all is going down in Jupiter orbit.