Let us all get acquainted with surprise. Matt Thompson and his colleagues at the Atlantic have selected for you a bounty of links from their magazine and elsewhere, all revolving around that theme.
A very weird thought experiment.
How Fox News women took down the most powerful, and predatory, man in media.
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This problem is a real bear.
A hotly contested, supposedly ancient manuscript suggests Christ was married. But believing its origin story — a real-life "Da Vinci Code," involving a Harvard professor, a onetime Florida pornographer, and an escape from East Germany — requires a big leap of faith.
He’s proved himself as a dramatic actor. Why isn’t he taken seriously?
A suggestion for compulsive checkers.
Celebrating, coming out, and mourning at Outback Steakhouse.
… And how this helped give rise to the criminal empire of Chapo Guzmán.
The common definition of "clean" might be detrimental to our skin.
After "To Kill a Mockingbird," readers didn’t demand more from its author. For fans of the musician behind "Channel Orange," it’s a different story.
It’s the kind of plot twist you can’t help but give a shady nod to whether you agree with it or not.
On Friday night, Donald Trump once again seized the news cycle by the scruff of the neck when it emerged that he'd spoken on the phone to the president of Taiwan — the first time (as far as we know) a US President has done so since 1979. Here's why it's a big deal (and not in a good way).
Why haven’t we found extraterrestrial life? It might be because we think it looks like human life.
Economists believe in full employment. Americans think that work builds character. But what if jobs aren’t working anymore?
These gifts are cool, useful and, at least for right now, are on super sale.
On November 14, at 6:20 am Eastern time, the moon approached within 356,500 km (221,500 mi) of Earth, in what is scientifically known as a perigee-syzygy of the Earth-Moon-Sun system.
For the first time in human history, science and technology have caught up with the imagination.
As if the sudden death of Gawker Media, felled by a Hulk Hogan invasion-of-privacy suit, wasn’t shocking enough when it happened earlier this year, word quickly got out that the whole thing had been bankrolled by one of Silicon Valley’s most successful investors.
"Lemonade" and "The Life of Pablo" showcase surprisingly conservative ideals about the seriousness and irreversibility of wedlock.
Rio is hiding poor people.
His victory shocked the world and reordered the American political landscape.
More leave voters than remain voters regret their choice over Brexit.
The first domesticated animals may have been tamed twice.
Japanese men haven’t traditionally been caregivers. But for Masami Hayata, it’s a crucial part of raising his family.
The Chicago Cubs, who had trailed in this World Series by three games to one, beat the Indians, and deserve all praise, however outlandish.
Cleveland is a city of champions once again.