Let's Tidy-Up Some Misunderstandings of Marie Kondo's New Show
Plus, what really happened to farming communities, and who is to blame?
At the Behest of T-Mobile, the FCC Is Undoing Rules That Make it Easier for Small ISPs to Compete With Big Telecom
The rules around the Citizens Broadband Radio Service spectrum were changed in 2015 to make it easier for wireless ISPs to license space, but might be changed right before they are useful.
Rural America Is Building High-Speed Internet the Same Way It Built Electricity in the 1930s
The number of electric cooperatives beginning to offer fiber optic broadband service to their members has surged in recent years.
Linden Frederick’s Paintings Capture Somber, Sleepy Sunsets
Open spaces are even more evocative when the sun goes down.
How NEA Funding Revived a Rural Town in Minnesota
When Fergus Falls, MN lost its main industry, Springboard for the Arts stepped in, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Night in the Woods
‘Night in the Woods’ Is Soulful, Empathetic, and Too Real
The new game about a young college drop-out’s return to her struggling hometown hits very close to the mark.
This Land Is Our Land
Republicans Want to Take the Public Out of Public Lands Decisions
The GOP is set to kill a rule that some rural communities have embraced.
How Trump Will Change the Lives of Rural America's LGBTQ Youth
Experts fear his administration will only widen an already problematic divide between urban and rural America.
The City That Was Saved by the Internet
Job opportunities are drying up in towns without broadband. Chattanooga, Tennessee turned around its fortunes by building the fastest internet in the United States.
Why It's So Hard to Get Mental Healthcare in Rural America
When I was diagnosed with schizophrenia, living in rural Maine became a nightmare.
Rural Pennsylvania's Survivalist Manhunt Saga Is Finally Over
America's fetish for militarized policing was on display during the frenetic search for Eric Frein, who disappeared after killing one cop and wounding another in September.