Area Man Regrets Helping Turn Joe Biden Into a Meme
A former 'Onion' editor wishes his publication had gone harder at Diamond Joe.
Opinion: 'The Biggest Loser' Pivoting to Wellness Is a Farce
The franchise's lasting, toxic effects can't be wiped out with a rebrand.
Actually, Vegan Ice Cream Is Just as Good as the Dairy Kind
Why does approval of this seemingly benign genre of dessert evoke such a passionately negative response?
Disc-Free Gaming Is an Archival Nightmare
Will corporate control erode game history?
What Happens When Colleges Try to Define Trans Existence?
Morehouse College's decision to become the first all-male HBCU to admit trans men raises questions about how colleges will attempt to define transgender identity for its students.
The Trans Ban Is in Effect, And Service Members Are Now in Jeopardy
I carried caskets in Arlington National Cemetery. I folded American flags for loved ones. I didn’t know anything about the gender identity or sexuality of those I carried—just that they died in service and wore the flag of this country to the grave.
We Don't Need a White Wellness Savior to 'Fix' Chinese Food
There are real problems with Lucky Lee's framing of an entire cuisine as “unhealthy.”
Authorities Need to Understand the Internet in Order to Police It
The Momo challenge is just one example of how much harm people who don't get technology can do.
Is Adobe’s Creative Cloud Too Powerful for Its Own Good?
Why the creative software giant Adobe deserves a place in the broader discussion of breaking up tech giants like Facebook and Google. It’s not just Photoshop.
Dear Restaurants: This Chair Sucks
This uncomfortable and not particularly attractive chair has become a disease.
How to Order and Share a Pizza, Because Apparently It's Really Hard for a Lot of You
Pizza lets you know who you can trust—and who would kill and eat you on a deserted island.
Smoking Is Bad, But So Is Everything Else
In a better world, we'd reject the moralizing instinct to deem some people worthy of dignity—and others, not—based on how they choose to cope with the circumstances of their lives.