'On Memory,' Today's Comic by Adam Desouza

How do you remember your memories?


We Asked 105 Experts What Gives Them Hope About the Future

Welcome to the bright side of Motherboard’s two-part poll about the future.


Age of Revolution

How young activists are making change online and off.


Now That Weed Is Legal in Canada, We Asked College Students if It's Still Cool

After decades of fighting, Canadians finally got legal cannabis, but young people are over it.


Safe Spaces

Out of despair, students of color seek meaningful ways to reflect on national politics and social injustice on their own terms.


Millennials Tell Us What They Love About Millennials

“You don’t have to waste time cultivating a personality because people will just assume one for you.”


I Went to a Workshop on How to Deal with Loitering Teens

A room filled with worried baby boomers, a 72-year-old "expert in street culture," and an actor playing a loitering teen—a recipe for a wonderful afternoon.


Young People Are Getting Injections to Avoid Looking Old

Dermatologists say the practice of preventative botox is growing in popularity among 20-something men and women. But how safe is it?


An Immigrant's Photos of American Youth Give Us Hope for the Future

Czech-born artist Marie Tomanova's 200 portraits of diverse youth represent the "real America."


Cops Are Nearly 3 Times More Likely to Kill Black Americans Than White Americans

Black and brown people are also getting killed at younger ages, losing more total years of life


Bronx Student Photographers Win Awards for Documenting Their Communities

High school students from the Bronx Junior Photo League spotlight social justice issues in their own backyards.