What are we? An amalgamation of our thoughts, mistakes, intentions, bodies, and souls. But to call ourselves human—is that enough?
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, don’t stop to think too much about what could be done. Simply donate your blood and offer your prayers. Or else.
What should you do when your barista keeps spelling your name wrong? What about when your coworker calls you basic? Dr. Manners has the answers.
Come along children! Time to learn about America’s labor movement. And where better to learn than on a field trip to Costco? BRING YOUR PARENTS’ CARD!
It won’t be long until robots take our jobs. And while unemployment is sad, there’s nothing quite as depressing as these automated marketing slogans.
Impeachment. We all want to talk about it, but where to start? How about with a Clinton? Why words and verbs are more complicated than we think.
With school right around the corner, Southern state governments are surprising school boards and parents alike by firing their oldest history teachers.
At this point, the internet probably knows more about you than YOU do. Your browsing habits, your whereabouts, your deepest secrets. Is that a bad thing?
Warm weather means one thing for sure: artificial morality and values are subjective, elastic, fungible, and impermanent. Also, strawberry shortcake.