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08/21/2019

GQ’s Fall Fashion Guide to Being Whoever You Want How to reimagine your look in the best fashion of the season, starring Alton Mason, Jordan Barrett, Evan Mock, and more of the world's most interesting models....
14:00, 08/21/2019

The Summer of Elizabeth Warren GQ’s Julie Ioffe talks with Elizabeth Warren on the campaign trail about Hillary Clinton’s trailblazing, Donald Trump's attention, and Warren’s biggest pitch of all: herself....
13:14, 08/21/2019

America's Priciest Listing Sells at Foreclosure Auction Once asking $1 billion, The Mountain in Beverly Hills sold to its lender for $100,000–far less than the $200 million said to be outstanding on the property....
07:42, 08/21/2019

'Charles E. Burchfield: Transitions' Review: A Change of Seasons An exhibition looks at the painter’s passion for creating single artworks that would show the passage of time, with its transformations in nature, sound and light effects....
07:42, 08/21/2019

The History of the Legendary Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Back in 1979, Mercedes launched the Gelandewagen, a stripped-down, go-anywhere SUV built to survive anything. In the last 40 years, it’s somehow done just that....
22:56, 08/20/2019

Deontay Wilder Interview: On Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, the Heavyweight Division, and More With 41 wins under his belt—40 by way of K.O.—the heavyweight champ talks frankly about reinvigorating his division, Anthony Joshua, his rematch with Tyson Fury, and where he got that right hand....
22:56, 08/20/2019

Police remind hard seltzer drinkers that 'laws still do apply!' It might seem obvious, but a Wisconsin police department felt the need to remind citizens that laws still apply when you’re drinking, even if it’s White Claw Hard Seltzer....
22:28, 08/20/2019

Vaping Moves From the Bathroom to the Classroom Middle-school and high-school students are becoming more daring in their use of electronic cigarettes, often vaping right under their teachers’ noses....
21:42, 08/20/2019

Finally, a Keurig Machine Even Coffee Snobs Can Enjoy Keurig debuts two-in-one machines, designed to handle K-Cups or produce a whole pot of your favorite drip—leaving brew nerds fewer reasons to bitterly hate the brand....
21:42, 08/20/2019

Let a Thousand Sandwiches Bloom In a tiny kiosk in the East Village, Foxface serves a constantly changing menu of sandwiches inspired by dishes around the globe, from eggs to elk. There’s no actual fox, though....
20:28, 08/20/2019

Artists use street murals to change image of violent Caracas slum In the sprawling slum of Petare in the east of Venezuela's capital of Caracas, 31-year-old Fabian Solymar begins sketching a mural of abstract figures on a wall filled with Socialist Party political......
18:56, 08/20/2019

Rami Malek on 'Mr. Robot,' His Freddie Mercury Accent, and Sneaking Around Town Incognito The acclaimed actor played Freddie Mercury in 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' won an Oscar, and became world-famous practically all at once. In his September 2019 GQ cover profile, he talks about his early mistakes, nailing Mercury's accent, and sneaking around...
15:42, 08/20/2019

Rami Malek Is GQ's September Cover Star The star of “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Mr. Robot” tells the story of his long, sudden rise to Hollywood heavyweight in his cover profile, shot by photographer Ryan McGinley...
15:42, 08/20/2019

10 Stylish Dorm Room Ideas You Can Buy on Amazon (for Cheap!) There are plenty of tasteful bookends, candles, hampers, and more you can get for your dorm room to give it some personality (without looking like something you'd scroll past on Pinterest)....
15:42, 08/20/2019

Baker Mayfield on the Haters, that Ohio State Flag Apology, and Winning He may not look like the NFL's scariest young quarterback, but that's what Baker Mayfield has become. In this interview with GQ, he talks about his boundless confidence and how his grandma handled one R-rated Mayfield move....
15:42, 08/20/2019

It’s Not Always Excellent to Be Jamie Oliver Twenty years after he vaulted to fame, the brash British chef, TV star and cookbook author has lost his restaurant empire — but not his taste for hard work....
11:28, 08/20/2019

Trenches and Skirt Suits Are Back in Power The discreet charm of the ’70s makes an appearance in this season’s tailored skirts, tweeds, trench coats and reimagined suits—inside your fall wardrobe...
10:42, 08/20/2019

'Adult Recess' Is Booming, Because Being a Grown-Up Is Hard Decades from elementary school, people are reliving schoolyard memories with tetherball, hopscotch and Lincoln Logs at “adult recess” events, despite sore muscles and tweaked knees; “I thought back to the last time when I really had fun.”...
10:42, 08/20/2019

Restaurant patron considers suing New Jersey state senator who called him a 'jerk' for leaving tiny tip A restaurant patron is considering filing a lawsuit against a New Jersey state senator who labeled him a “jerk” on Twitter — and even called him out by name — because the patron left a tiny tip for his waitress....
03:00, 08/20/2019

Netflix’s bizarre riff on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein oddly successful Stranger Things’ David Harbour stars in Netflix’s Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein, which gives the first science fiction novel, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a run for its money...
14:14, 08/19/2019

IndyCar driver Felix Rosenqvist hospitalized after dramatic Pocono 5-car wreck IndyCar driver Felix Rosenqvist was rushed to a hospital after he was involved in a dramatic five-car wreck soon after the start of a race at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania....
09:56, 08/19/2019

Hiker who vanished in Northern California is found dead The body of a hiker who vanished in Northern California last week was discovered Sunday and it is believed the cause of death stemmed from a slip on the rocky terrain in the Trinity Alps, a report said....
09:56, 08/19/2019

The War on Sugar Hits the Juice Box With pediatricians and parents increasingly concerned about the health risks of juice, a growing crop of watered-down juice-box alternatives are coming to store shelves. But will kids drink them?...
20:42, 08/18/2019

Graphic Novels Take Off With Young Readers Comics and graphic novels that address serious subjects like divorce and racism are resonating with a new audience and bolstering the children’s publishing industry....
20:42, 08/18/2019

Welsh town's anti-sex toilets will spray users with water The Welsh town is set to install hi-tech toilets that would deter sexual activity by sounding an alarm and spraying the user with a cool blast of water....
19:14, 08/18/2019

'People who love life and music' - dance parties return to Baghdad Members of rival Iraqi biker gangs, clad in studded leather and black berets, burst out of their semi-circles to break dance, their tattoo-covered arms waving neon glowsticks....
17:14, 08/18/2019

Hanna Golab, Frederick Shipley The couple met in 2013, when both were at Princeton. She was studying for a doctoral degree in classics and he worked in a neuroscience research lab....
16:00, 08/18/2019

Alice Diaz, Nicholas Savaria The couple met when both worked for members of Congress from Connecticut, and had their first date — ice skating — in 2016, at Bushnell Park in Hartford....
16:00, 08/18/2019

Noelle Bucellato, Matt Kozar The couple met on the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel, in 2017, and he saved their first dinner’s receipt because he knew he had met the woman he would marry....
16:00, 08/18/2019

Creepy dolls mysteriously appear in Missouri county Residents in a Missouri county are getting creeped out over a series of life-sized dolls that have mysteriously started appearing without reason in the area....
10:56, 08/18/2019

Texas dad charged with homicide after 12-year-old daughter crashes SUV into man and his dog A Houston man was charged with negligent homicide and endangering a child Friday after police say his 12-year-old daughter drove an SUV into a man and his dog, killing them both....
10:56, 08/18/2019

North Carolina smashup of 40-50 vehicles blamed on heavy rain: reports As many as 50 vehicles were involved, but early reports indicated that only one serious injury resulted after chain-reaction crashes in heavy rain in North Carolina on Saturday night....
10:56, 08/18/2019

The Best Electric Toothbrushes in 2019 Dental hygiene will never be fun, but it can at least be easy. Here are the best electric toothbrushes we've tested from Burst, Quip, and Philips Sonicare....
17:00, 08/17/2019

Bee-hold! Test your honeybee knowledge with this quiz. August 17 is National Honey Bee Day! These insects have a fascinating process when it comes to making that sweet, sticky substance. Get buzzing with this quiz....
14:42, 08/17/2019

Three life skills your kid’s college professor wishes you taught them Most parents have spent the high school years working with their kids to help them prepare academically, while focusing secondarily on the extracurricular activities that go on the college application. But some important lessons are missing here....
01:56, 08/17/2019

Mourning the last bag of breast milk, long after my kids outgrew breast-feeding It was a connection to a former version of myself and my children that I didn’t have to fully mourn as long as I had those eight ounces sealed in a bag....
01:56, 08/17/2019

Historic Budapest synagogue to reopen amid Jewish cultural revival Tamas Irsai was a teenager when he last sang in the choir in Budapest's Rumbach synagogue during World War Two, before most Hungarian Jews were deported to death camps....
22:14, 08/16/2019

Assault Weapons Ban: What Would It Actually Look Like? Fifteen years ago, Congress decided not to renew the 1994 assault weapons ban. Now, many 2020 presidential candidates are talking about bringing it back....
20:42, 08/16/2019

Why Hyundai's Well-Priced Palisade Deserves to be Labeled a Luxury SUV With all its high-end features, from 10-inch touch screen to Nappa leather seats and noise-deadening materials, Dan Neil says you’d be a fool to call Hyundai’s Palisade anything but a luxury SUV....
15:28, 08/16/2019

How killer bees evolved into chiller bees in just one decade While killer bees terrorised the US, in Puerto Rico, an extraordinary accident of evolution has transformed them into a beacon of hope against the threat of insectogeddon...
14:14, 08/16/2019

Good Samaritan saves New Jersey family from wolf attack during camping trip in Canada A New Jersey family of four camping in Canada last week was saved from a near-fatal wolf attack after a neighboring camper jumped into action and rescued the family....
13:56, 08/16/2019

Dale Earnhardt Jr. to miss NBC broadcasting gig after family survives fiery crash landing Retired NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. is taking the weekend off from his NBC Sports broadcasting gig after he, his wife and young daughter were hospitalized following their plane's crash landing in Tennessee on Thursday....
13:56, 08/16/2019

Parents, it’s okay for your kids to see you missing them. It might even be a good thing. In trying to protect my daughter from my sadness and how much I would miss her, I missed an opportunity to bond with her before she transitioned into the next stage of her life....
10:14, 08/16/2019

Wildlife summit to consider global ban on saiga antelope trade Protections for saiga antelope, mako sharks and even woolly mammoths will be considered at a conference of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species...
09:00, 08/16/2019

Small Miracles, Wrapped in Pancakes, at Let’s Makan The apam balik, a popular Malaysian snack, at this spot in the Chinatown of Manhattan, is dosa-thin, tender at the heart, crisp outside and worthy of accolades....
00:14, 08/16/2019

A Skeptic's Guide to Wine in Cans Canned wine is trending, touted as the perfect pairing for beach, ballpark and beyond. But can a can really rival the pleasure of uncorking? To find out, our wine expert committed to a week of pop-top pours....
00:14, 08/16/2019

The Best Back-To-School Sales in 2019 Shop the best back-to-school sales at Anker, The Container Store, and Nordstrom Rack for deep discounts on the stuff you need to be your most productive self....
00:14, 08/16/2019

Cincinnati police officer helps with couple's engagement, earns praise from bride-to-be's mom “The public is quickly and consistently made aware of presumed indiscretions or missteps by law enforcement officers. Seldom are citizens made aware of the positive actions of police officers."...
21:28, 08/15/2019

Chick-fil-A ranks first in new 'brand intimacy' study, knocks Starbucks from top spot The brands were rated by several different criteria, including indulgence ("moments of pampering and gratification") and nostalgia ("warm, poignant feelings"), among others....
21:28, 08/15/2019

Robert De Niro and Nobu Matsuhisa Want You to Go To Their Beach Club The actor and chef, cofounders of the growing Nobu Hotels, on great food cities, a stolen bathrobe and the ‘very special place’ they’re building in the Caribbean...
20:14, 08/15/2019

How Sony's Walkman Created Headphone Culture As the Sony Walkman turns 40, we scrutinize the iconic tape deck’s impact on popular culture: the way we imbibe our chosen audio, discover music and shut out the world....
19:56, 08/15/2019

In Camber Sands, a Modern Vacation Home Set Behind the Dunes Suzanne and Neil Stables fell in love with the seaside village south of London and built a three-story duplex with floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights throughout....
19:00, 08/15/2019

The Trendiest Fitness Class Now: Working Out Alone at Home Virtual fitness classes have grown past the novelty phase, with millions of people using apps and internet-connected gear to exercise at home. Gyms are fighting back....
19:00, 08/15/2019

Recipe for the Ultimate Chicken-Salad Sandwich Colorado chef Caroline Glover has high standards when it comes to this lunchtime classic. Her fresh, unfussy version is the kind you could eat every day....
19:00, 08/15/2019

Europe’s extinct cave bears went into decline just as humans arrived The population of cave bears in Europe held steady for tens of thousands of years, then crashed after humans showed up – suggesting we helped wipe them out...
18:42, 08/15/2019

From Wild Blueberries and Maine Terroir, Fine Sparkling Wine It began as a lark among childhood friends, one a California winemaker. It has become a cultural exploration and, maybe, hope for an ailing industry....
18:42, 08/15/2019

How a Teeny-Weeny Chef Became a Great Big Star The Tiny Chef, the rotund, blissfully humming protagonist of a hit stop-motion video series online, is just the latest testament to the charms of miniature food....
18:42, 08/15/2019

Upstate New York Uber driver surprises fast-food worker with dress and gift card A generous Uber driver in upstate New York helped a fast-food employee who had been a passenger in her car, after learning she was waiting until Christmas to buy new clothes....
13:28, 08/15/2019

Did You Have an Iconic Wedding Date? Did you get married on a day that aligned perfectly with your zodiac sign? Or did your nuptials coincide with an important day in history? If you got married on a fortuitous or iconic date, we want to hear from you....
05:28, 08/15/2019

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Ends Mediation Talks Without Agreement The U.S. women’s soccer team ended mediation talks with the U.S. Soccer Federation on Wednesday without reaching an agreement on its gender-discrimination lawsuit....
04:14, 08/15/2019

Arizona infant falls ill after consuming baking flour disguised as baby formula: report North Carolina law enforcement are investigating several cases of parents reportedly purchasing tampered packages of baby formula that had been emptied and filled with baking flour, a report said....
23:28, 08/14/2019

What ASAP Rocky’s Guilty Verdict in Sweden Means for the Rapper Rapper ASAP Rocky was found guilty of assault in Sweden on Wednesday, but received a suspended sentence that makes him unlikely to serve additional time....
20:42, 08/14/2019

The Hong Kong Protests, Explained The Hong Kong protests arose out of a seemingly-innocuous bill, exposing longstanding tensions between residents of the quasi-independent city and Beijing....
20:42, 08/14/2019

Delicious New Books for Food-Focused Travelers These cookbooks and culinary guides—to Paris, Tokyo, Rome, southern Italy and the unsung Black Sea region—reveal the quirks and character of each place, dish by dish....
17:56, 08/14/2019

Portland, Maine: An Incomparable Insider's Guide The Maine seaport delivers all the ingredients for a late-summer escape—and then some. Novelist Richard Russo and three other savvy locals share their favorite seafood restaurants, hotel bars and island day trips....
17:56, 08/14/2019

New York Times demotes editor after Twitter controversy as paper takes fire from left, right and within Congressional editor Jonathan Weisman was punished one day after executive editor Dean Baquet fielded comments and criticism from the Times’ newsroom employees....
17:00, 08/14/2019

The Rise of the Virtual Restaurant Food delivery apps are reshaping the restaurant industry — and how we eat — by inspiring digital-only establishments that don’t need a dining room or waiters....
15:00, 08/14/2019

Why Brad Falchuk Is Hollywood's Best-Kept Secret The press-shy man behind Ryan Murphy—and husband to Gwyneth Paltrow—has signed a major production deal of his own with Netflix. How the writer–producer–director, out with “The Politician,” is carving his own path....
03:28, 08/14/2019

The Hottest Fitness Class Now: Working Out Alone at Home Virtual fitness classes have grown past the novelty phase, with millions of people using apps and internet-connected gear to exercise at home. Gyms are fighting back....
03:28, 08/14/2019

Trump's Top Immigration Official Thinks the Statue of Liberty Has it Wrong Ken Cuccinelli, Trump's top immigration official, claims the Statue of Liberty's famous lines only apply to immigrants "who can stand on their own two feet."...
23:02, 08/13/2019

If You Hurry, Your Next Favorite Pair of Jeans Could Cost Less Than $30 Levi's is having a blowout sale with discounts in the 60-80% range on a massive assortment of goods—including stuff from their coveted Levi's Vintage Clothing and Made & Crafted lines....
23:02, 08/13/2019

Meet Kuimba, the French-born gorilla released into Gabon's rainforest Kuimba, a western lowland gorilla, adapts to her island home in Gabon after she was flown from a French zoo in a new project to save the endangered subspecies...
15:00, 08/13/2019

Jeffrey Epstein: What His Death Means for His Alleged Victims' Legal Options Jeffrey Epstein's death shifts the criminal case against him to his alleged co-conspirators, although his victims may still attempt to recover in civil court....
07:28, 08/13/2019

The Search for Meat Substitutes Leads to Watermelon---and Diner Dissent The red-fleshed fruit is a hot ingredient for chefs tinkering with plant-based ingredients, but opinions are mixed on cooking the stuff. ‘Pretty dandy’; ‘Grosses me out.’...
03:56, 08/13/2019

Just How Important Is a Presidential Candidate's Hair? Donald Trump’s comb-over has become the president’s sartorial signature. Can any of the Democratic presidential candidates compete when it comes to memorable hairdos?...
03:56, 08/13/2019

Waivers, rules, regulations: What it’s like parenting between two cultural extremes I grew up in Croatia, where regulations are relatively loose for children's recreation. In my adopted hometown of New York, I spend 10 minutes signing forms before my daughter can play with puzzles and dolls for an hour in an indoor cafe. The country...
00:28, 08/13/2019

Priyanka Chopra is confronted by Pakistani at Beautycon over tweets about India The "Quantico" actress was called out during her appearance for a tweet sent during military hostility between the neighboring, nuclear-armed countries....
00:28, 08/13/2019

Jeffrey Epstein feared cellmate, a muscle-bound ex-cop charged in murder who was moved before financier's death: report A hulking ex-cop facing the death penalty on federal murder and drug charges was reportedly Jeffrey Epstein's cellmate at Manhattan's Metropolitan Correctional Center — but an official says he feared the former police officer, who was questioned afte...
16:00, 08/12/2019

Simone Biles Takes Some Risks at National Championships Simone Biles is showing new dimensions at the U.S. national gymnastics championships. Though she had an unusually off-night in her first round of competition, she is still leading the field....
20:56, 08/10/2019

The Apple Credit Card Is Here, but Is It Any Good? The first credit card out of Cupertino is simple to use and offers some decent rewards if you're using Apple Pay. Does that mean that you should get it?...
14:00, 08/10/2019

18 Affordable Ways to Upgrade Your Style This Weekend Need new threads to see out the summer? Already started stocking up on essentials for fall? Either way, there’s a major menswear deal out there waiting for you....
14:00, 08/10/2019

Renewed Life and Joy After Tragedy “You have these moments where you’re like: Are you kidding me? Again?” said Karen Soltero, who faced many hardships before meeting Andres Peña, who is 16 years younger. He brought vitality to her life....
07:42, 08/10/2019

How a Colorful Fur Jacket Inspired a Boston Brownstone's Decor Interior designer Liz Caan’s client gave her a challenging brief: Create a cozy home based on a crazy jacket. The question: How literally to interpret that jumping-off point?...
04:28, 08/10/2019

For Celebrity Chefs, Politics Proves Precarious Three New York restaurateurs — David Chang, José Andrés and Christina Tosi — pleaded with the developer Stephen Ross to cancel a fund-raiser for President Trump....
03:42, 08/10/2019

Deep-sea microbe could answer one of evolution's biggest mysteries At last, scientists have managed to grow, study and photograph a mysterious deep-sea microbe that could explain the evolutionary origin of our complex cells...
20:56, 08/09/2019

Khartoum's Equestrian Club struggles amid Sudan upheaval For decades the Equestrian and Racing Club has given upper-crust Sudanese the chance to learn horse riding and watch horse racing in a shady compound set apart from the surrounding urban bustle of......
20:00, 08/09/2019

Fun or folly? Another English cathedral installs a fairground attraction When Bishop Herbert started building a new cathedral in the English city of Norwich in 1096, it was unlikely he ever envisaged it would play host to a 50-foot helter skelter....
20:00, 08/09/2019

Caught between young kids and a parent with Alzheimer’s, I found a lifeline on the playground There is a sad but heartening kinship in a friend whose attention was also perpetually torn by the increasing demands of her distant, beloved and failing mother....
19:14, 08/09/2019

Inside the Moneyed Montauk Enclave Where Time Stands Still Dick Cavett, Julian Schnabel and Bruce Weber are among the prominent owners of the Seven Sisters, a cluster of historic homes that have remained much the same despite the area’s transformation....
18:14, 08/09/2019

A Road Trip With Retro Charm---and a Car to Match Want to upgrade your driving vacation? Rent a vintage car that suits the destination. To wheel around time-capsule towns in the midwest, writer Matthew Kronsberg sought out a 1960s woody wagon. Plus: Classic car rentals in Italy and the Cotswolds....
18:14, 08/09/2019

Pizza Hut fans, including Chrissy Teigen, react to news of restaurant closing hundreds of locations Fans shared their concerns over the loss of their favorite local spots, as well as the jobs of the employees who work in the soon-to-shutter restaurants....
17:42, 08/09/2019

World’s largest frog builds its own ponds using heavy rocks To build nests, goliath frogs move heavy rocks to create little ponds in the middle of streams, which may explain how these frogs have evolved to be so enormous...
06:42, 08/09/2019

Do Men And Women Really Need Different Skin Care? Some experts argue that men’s and women’s skin types differ enough to warrant separate product lines. Others dismiss that as a tired, old-school approach....
06:14, 08/09/2019

Beautiful Scraps: Luxury Design Objects That Started as Leftovers Design companies, including Hermès, are transforming bits of materials left over in their manufacturing processes into covetable trays, glasses and more....
06:14, 08/09/2019

How Do You Make a $200k Bentley Truly Yours? Spend More The redesigned Bentley Continental GT is your basic $200k super-luxe aphrodisiac that goes 0-60 in as fast as 3.3 seconds, says Dan Neil. And the more cash you lay out, the better it gets....
06:14, 08/09/2019

'The Peanut Butter Falcon' Review: A Beguiling Buddy Tale A young man with Down syndrome escapes from his nursing home and strikes up a friendship with a small-time crook—played by Shia LaBeouf—in this charmingly off-kilter film....
06:14, 08/09/2019

Why You Should Spend the Rest of the Summer Grilling Potatoes Baked potatoes really are the ideal barbecue guest: highly appealing, utterly undemanding. Cooking them on the grill frees you from a steamy kitchen, and the filling options are infinite....
06:14, 08/09/2019

New footbridge restores crossing at birthplace of UK's legendary King Arthur A new narrow footbridge spanning a near 60-metre gorge will open this weekend, restoring a lost crossing to Tintagel castle, legendary birthplace of King Arthur, on the windswept coast of southwest......
00:14, 08/09/2019

Sneaker Releases 2019: The 10 Flyest Sneakers Dropping This Fall These days the streets are teeming with head-turning, trend-starting sneakers, from socks to stompers. So we grabbed the most covetable pairs dropping this season and asked: *What are those?*...
21:28, 08/08/2019

Here's What Noise Pollution Is Doing to Your Brain One GQ staffer took out the headphones and went on a month-long sound fast to avoid sensory overload and figure out what too much noise is doing to our psyche....
21:28, 08/08/2019

Attorney Says His Client Fractured a Boy's Skull Over the National Anthem Because Trump Told Him To A 39-year-old Montana man assaulted a 13-year-old boy for not taking his hat off during the national anthem because of Trump's "rhetoric," according to his attorney....
21:28, 08/08/2019

Vive la Finance! A Chic Economics Museum Opens in Paris Housed in an old mansion-turned-bank, the interactive Citeco economics museum aims to appeal to everyone from 8-year-old penny pinchers to seasoned hedgefunders....
20:42, 08/07/2019

You'll Want to Put This Summery Sauce on Everything Generous spoonfuls of tangy, herby bagnet vert pull together this recipe for a hearty summer salad of new potatoes, quick-pickled beets and smoked trout....
20:42, 08/07/2019

Writer Jia Tolentino on Her Obsession With 'Disgusting' Jean Shorts The author and New Yorker staff writer, whose new book of essays ‘Trick Mirror’ is out this week, describes her lifelong affinity for beat-up denim cutoffs....
20:42, 08/07/2019

Beyond Millennial Pink: How One Generation's Colors Are Changing Everything Faucets, hoses, straws, all in a profusion of pastels not seen since the 1950s. But these hues are strategically murky—neither feminine nor masculine—to please a non-binary generation....
17:00, 08/07/2019

Simone Biles Is Still the World's Best Gymnast With the 2020 Olympics approaching, Simone Biles is still the world’s best gymnast. But most of the sport’s familiar faces are missing. Here are the new athletes to watch....
17:00, 08/07/2019

Israel's national library to share reunited Kafka archive online Israel's national library said on Wednesday it received the last part of a collection of Franz Kafka's writings that it planned to put online, after winning an ownership battle for part of the......
15:00, 08/07/2019

Separate Addresses Kept Them Together Darroch Putnam and Michael Rosandich Putnam are business and life partners, but they say living alone in two different apartments adds passion and sanity to their marriage....
01:56, 08/07/2019

Jersey Shore town paying $65G for falcons, owls, hawks to scare away seagulls One Jersey Shore town is flipping the birds -- yes, plural -- to its pesky, food-snatching seagull population, and it's paying $65,000 to get the job done....
01:28, 08/07/2019

The Trump Campaign Promoted More Than 2,000 "Invasion" Ads on Facebook This Year Donald Trump's reelection campaign spent $1.25 million on immigration-specific advertisements, which are under new scrutiny in light of the El Paso shooting....
23:28, 08/06/2019

ASAP Rocky: What Comes Next in His Assault Case in Sweden An expert on Swedish criminal procedure explains why ASAP Rocky was locked up for almost one month—and what his release says about how the court is likely to rule....
23:28, 08/06/2019

They Solemnly Swear Their Wedding Will Ditch Tradition As millennials reach marrying age, more couples are veering away from classical ceremonies. Some are writing their own vows—or hiring ghostwriters to help them....
18:42, 08/06/2019

How to save big bucks on school supplies We asked experts for tips on getting notebooks, pencils and backpacks for cheap — and maybe even teaching something about money management along the way....
17:56, 08/06/2019

Toni Morrison dies at age 88. The Nobel laureate transfigured American literature. Morrison, the Nobel Prize-winning novelist who conjured a black girl longing for blue eyes, a slave mother who kills her child to save her from bondage, and other indelible characters who helped transfigure a literary canon long closed to African Ame...
17:56, 08/06/2019

Woman who stole ketchup bottles from NJ restaurant wracked with guilt; returns 2 new bottles to owner A customer who claims to have stolen a bottle of ketchup from a New Jersey restaurant was so distraught with guilt that the thief bought two new bottles — and delivered them with a handwritten apology note....
17:56, 08/06/2019

In Lebanon, a monastery brings together Christians scattered by war The last time Samuel Botros stepped into the Lebanese monastery of Saint Anthony of Qozhaya was in 1978. He was 24, newly married, and the country was in the grip of an all-out war. Like many of his......
13:56, 08/06/2019

‘America By Another Name’ Photographer Francis Smith spent more than four years capturing a broad swath of American life by visiting places called Columbia. While the name is still ubiquitous, many Americans today aren’t aware......
01:28, 08/06/2019

Kacey Musgraves, the rare country singer to address gun control, says ‘hold your politicians accountable’ The musician pointed out that she hails from Texas and is familiar with hunting and gun culture, but she said the recent tragedies deserve a different response....
01:28, 08/06/2019

What Research Shows About the Alleged Link Between Mental Illness and Gun Violence "Mental illness and hate pulls the trigger, not the gun," President Trump said. But the connection between mental illness and gun violence is less clear....
23:56, 08/05/2019

How Frank Ocean Quietly Ruled the Decade The boundary-breaking singer-songwriter avoids social media, weaves R&B with other kinds of music and has become a sensation despite flouting music-industry conventions....
23:00, 08/05/2019

Finger-Toe Shoes: Strange, Yet Beloved By Many From designer label Margiela’s tabi boots to Vibram’s popular FiveFinger athletic shoes, articulated toe shoes remain popular, despite their peculiar aesthetic....
23:00, 08/05/2019

America's Mass Shooting Epidemic Is the Result of Republican Minority Rule A clear majority of Americans and Democrats support stricter gun control—the GOP has been blocking it for decades, and the results have been murderous....
20:14, 08/05/2019

McDonald's new paper straws are recyclable, but are not being recycled, company says McDonald's restaurants in Europe serves paper straws to customers to avoid using plastic — but those paper straws, it turns out, are not yet able to be recycled....
17:28, 08/05/2019

Generation XX: How Kaws Short-Circuited the Art World Inside the world of Brian Donnelly, a.k.a. KAWS, the creator of cartoon-inspired characters with Xed-out eyes and big feelings—and an artist whose record-breaking success has changed the art world....
14:42, 08/05/2019

There's More Than One Way to Train for a Giant Human Pyramid A woman in Mumbai excels at kabaddi, a team sport similar to tag, along with strength and cardio training to help her team in pyramid competitions called Dahi Handi....
14:42, 08/04/2019

A Grammy Win Convinces PJ Morton to Keep Singing Frustrated that he hadn’t made it as a solo artist, the Maroon 5 keyboardist was ready to give up and sell retro sneakers. Then his album wowed the critics....
14:42, 08/04/2019

Canadian hiker says she used Metallica song to scare off cougar A Vancouver woman thanked the legendary heavy metal band Metallica for saving her life after she used their song "Don't Tread on Me" to scare off a cougar in Canada on July 23....
23:42, 08/03/2019

Ready To Come Clean About Meeting Online The couple were reticent about telling people they met through JSwipe. “Frankly, I regret that I was ever that self-conscious,’’ she said. “It’s how people meet these days.”...
19:42, 08/03/2019

Don't Miss: African origins, deadly mozzies and meeting of minds This week, listen to a founder of Out-of-Africa theory, read about our deadliest enemy, the mosquito, and explore the future of human and robot minds...
17:00, 08/03/2019

Tinder's most 'swiped-right' man on how to get more dates Tinder’s most ‘swiped-right’ man reveals how you can bag more dates, from logging on at 2 p.m. on Sundays to uploading photos with yellow backgrounds....
16:14, 08/03/2019

'Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion' Review: A Cosmic Couture Visionary A Brooklyn Museum exhibition highlights the career of the French designer, now 97, who shook the fashion world with his passion for ready-to-wear clothing and outré sci-fi aesthetics....
16:14, 08/03/2019

At his book talk, Terry McAuliffe greets readers — and protesters The former Virginia governor's book tour about white supremacy and Charlottesville was interrupted by activists who faulted McAuliffe for siding with the Virginia city's government and police....
00:42, 08/03/2019

Our Favorite Allswell Mattress Is on Sale Right Now The editors of GQ slept on a mountain of mattresses to find the best. The Allswell Hybird mattress, their favorite budget pick, is under $300 this week....
21:56, 08/02/2019

Mountain Bike Getaways Just Got More Enticing From British Columbia to the Italian Alps, these four places are ideally suited for mountain biking. Plus: why flying with your bike is easier than you think....
21:00, 08/02/2019

How Does the World's First Porsche Drive? Let's Find Out The first car to carry Ferdinand Porsche’s family name, is “one of the most important objects on four wheels,” says Dan Neil. He takes it for a slow, creaky spin in Los Angeles....
21:00, 08/02/2019

Secrets of Superior Salad Architecture Say goodbye to the big bowl. Instead, compose your ingredients on a platter for a salad à la Frank Lloyd Wright: low slung, well crafted, harmonious....
21:00, 08/02/2019

Jerk Chicken FTW Gabrielle Hamilton’s latest isn’t “spicy hot but has a magnificent warmth that spreads across your chest in a slow build,” she writes. Make it tonight....
19:00, 08/02/2019

Surrender control and hold them close: What my daughter’s addiction taught me about parenting I knew relapse was part of recovery. But I wanted to know how many times it would take before she could stay clean and I could get a decent night’s sleep again....
18:14, 08/02/2019

Trump’s ‘help’ in A$AP Rocky’s case is no different from his racist rants on ‘the squad,’ Elijah Cummings and Baltimore The president would like to win points with the African American community by supporting the young black rapper. But he’s using Rocky as a political pawn....
18:14, 08/02/2019

Found: 7 Work-Appropriate Summer Dresses The conundrum: It’s steamy but you’re stuck in meetings. All the dresses feel too beachy, too flowery, too much like something for the holiday you’re not having. Here are some notable exceptions....
04:42, 08/02/2019

Who Moved My Cheese---To the Grill? Beloved in other parts of the world, delicious cheeses made for grilling are poised to catch fire stateside. Pair them with this recipe for a zippy scallion almond dipping sauce....
04:42, 08/02/2019

Bride-to-be freaks out when fiancé puts his dog’s surgery over wedding: ‘He’s a member of the family’ After spending thousands of dollars to help his dog without telling his fiancé, a man is wondering if his future wife shares the same priorities as him....
00:14, 08/02/2019

I love children, but my chronic medical conditions might make parenting impossible Managing a neurological condition and an autoimmune disorder in addition to being the primary breadwinner while we navigate the U.S. immigration process is exhausting. So it feels almost impossible for me to imagine motherhood....
21:56, 08/01/2019

In Marrakesh, a secret garden to rival St. Laurent’s famed Jardin Majorelle Le Jardin Secret, a recently renovated 400-year-old courtyard home, provides a peaceful alternative to crowds dressed in cobalt blue and lemon yellow....
21:56, 08/01/2019

Cate Blanchett Always Passes on Ice. Unless It's an Iceberg. The ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette’ actress and reluctant fashion icon on her fantasy guest list, her most recent binge-watch and her commitment to sunscreen....
20:42, 08/01/2019

After His Democratic Debate Performance, Is Joe Biden the Guy to Beat Trump? The Joe Biden debate performance was uneven, raising questions again about whether the former vice president and 2020 frontrunner is equipped for the race....
19:56, 08/01/2019

Undiscovered dinosaurs: We are entering the golden era of fossil finds From tiny tyrannosaurs to species that soar on bat wings, new dinosaurs are unearthed every month. And the strangest discoveries may yet be lying in wait...
19:28, 08/01/2019

Turtle embryos may control their sex by moving inside their eggs Ambient temperature can influence the sex of reptile embryos, but turtle embryos may move to warm or cool spots inside the egg to counteract the effect...
19:28, 08/01/2019

Laughter in dark places at most international Edinburgh Festival yet The world's biggest celebration of the performing arts begins on Friday in Edinburgh, with its most international line-up yet grappling with issues every bit as weighty as those that set the tone for......
18:14, 08/01/2019

From the Land of Many Grapes, Unusual Italian Reds The diversity of available wines is unparalleled today, with more styles made from different grapes than ever, leading to new grounds for exploration....
17:56, 08/01/2019

Manzanilla Sherry: Singular, Saline and So Polarizing As with sherry generally, people either love it or hate it. But its unusual method of production and pungent flavorings make it a wine worth savoring....
17:56, 08/01/2019

Nebraska driver cited for painted-on registration stickers: reports A Nebraska driver was cited Monday for having what appeared to be fake registration stickers painted onto license plates, according to media reports. ...
07:28, 08/01/2019

Italian officials ban McDonald's near ancient Roman monument Italian officials have barred McDonald's from building a restaurant near an ancient site in Rome, with some believing it would be disrespectful to serve burgers so close to archaeological wonders. ...
07:28, 08/01/2019

The Black Yeehaw: Fashion and History at the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo Every year, the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo travels the country, celebrating the legacy of the black cowboy. We brought some of the coolest Western-inspired fashion to the tour's Oakland stop and met the cowboys and cowgirls carrying on the tradi...
06:42, 08/01/2019

Is It Time for a Sleep Divorce? That buzz saw snoring next to you, the freezing room, the elbow in your face. One way to a better night’s sleep may mean creating a separate sleep space....
05:28, 08/01/2019

'Earthsea' Author Ursula K. Le Guin Is Ready for Her Closeup Ursula K. Le Guin, the author whose science fiction and fantasy novels and short stories inspired readers of all ages, is the focus of a new documentary....
02:42, 08/01/2019

Photographer Jay Maisel Takes Clutter to the Next Level A new documentary, ‘Jay Myself,’ shows the renowned artist begrudgingly downsize and pack up an extraordinary collection of objects amassed over 50 years...
02:42, 08/01/2019

The Cool Striped Top That Will Give You French-Guy Style A favorite for fashion icons from Pablo Picasso to Kurt Cobain, the Breton shirt is trending for men again. An exhaustive look into the history of the classic....
02:42, 08/01/2019

The Perfect Saturday in New York: Hop on the Ferry Thanks to the city’s expanded ferry service, you can jump breezily from borough to borough by boat. Here’s a day’s itinerary with stops for waterfront strolls and a lobster supper....
02:42, 08/01/2019

Bill de Blasio is running for president. But can he do his day job? The N.Y. mayor is raising the question: Can you be in charge of a city of 8.6 million opinionated people, and run for president simultaneously, and do either of them well?...
18:42, 07/31/2019

‘The Bachelorette’ finale implodes as Hannah breaks up with the ‘winner’ for lying about another woman Rumors have swirled for weeks that Jed Wyatt, the frontrunner, had a girlfriend back home. Hannah Brown confronted him in a messy (but riveting) episode....
18:42, 07/31/2019

Polish 'I am LGBT' campaign attracts tens of thousands of Twitter supporters Tens of thousands of Twitter users have expressed support for gay rights in Poland as part of the #jestemLGBT campaign, aimed at fighting discrimination and homophobia in a country where the ruling......
18:14, 07/31/2019

Maryland man reels in record-breaking mahi mahi A Maryland fisherman said his rod "went crazy" Tuesday as he reeled in a record-breaking Mahi Mahi, ousting another fish that had held the spot for over three decades. ...
15:56, 07/31/2019

Model lies about being transgender after receiving backlash for anti-trans comments: report A fashion model who recently admitted to lying about being transgender after making anti-trans comments online says she’s now “taking full responsibility” for her actions....
15:56, 07/31/2019

There may be just 19 endangered vaquita porpoises left in the world The vaquita, a small porpoise and the most endangered marine mammal, has long been threatened by fishing nets. A new study says there are just 19 animals left...
14:42, 07/31/2019

The 'Orange Is The New Black' Cast on How They Changed TV Forever As the landmark show comes to an end, WSJ. Magazine convened a roundtable interview with “Orange Is The New Black” cast members Danielle Brooks, Uzo Aduba and Adrienne C. Moore to talk about casting, inclusion and “feeling like the Jackson 5.”...
05:28, 07/31/2019

Auction Houses Face Slower Art Market Collectors are still chasing hard after middle-market pieces priced under $20 million, but market watchers said fewer appear willing to ante up for the $100 million-plus trophy pieces that once piqued the interest of top collectors the world over....
05:28, 07/31/2019

The Real-Life Diet of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson’s Longtime Stunt Double, Tanoai Reed From 'The Scorpion King' to 'Hobbes & Shaw,' Reed has performed athletic feats as a proxy for his friend and collaborator, Dwayne Johnson. Here's how he keeps his body in tip-top, Rock-ish shape....
02:42, 07/31/2019

How Harsher Enforcement Punishes Victims of Sex Trafficking—Not Abusers Like Jeffrey Epstein News of the wealthy and well-connected convicted sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein skipping judge-ordered check-ins sparked outrage, but it also misses the point....
02:42, 07/31/2019

Anxiety Looks Different in Men Instead of coming across as nervousness or worry, anxiety in men often appears as anger, muscle aches or alcohol use—leading many men to go undiagnosed....
20:42, 07/30/2019

Does Anyone Really Need a $5,000 Vape Case? Apparently, Yes For certain nicotine-craving consumers, leather and gold vape cases from companies like Vianel and Miansai add look-at-me luxury to their Juul devices...
20:42, 07/30/2019

Chuck Klosterman on How to Survive the Noise of the Internet The culture critic is back with a new book, and some deep thoughts on the uplifting side of reading the comments and how he stays informed without losing his mind....
17:56, 07/30/2019

Meet a 500-million-year old minibeast from the Cambrian explosion More than half a billion years ago, this predator cruised the seas in what is now Yunnan, China. The remarkable fossil is on display in a new exhibition...
16:42, 07/30/2019

In ‘The Bachelorette’ finale, Hannah is ‘in lust’ with Tyler. And Jed, um, 'has qualities.’ When we left off last week, Bachelorette Hannah Brown had to move furniture to show Luke that he was no longer competing for her heart. Now we’re back in Crete, Greece, where host Chris Harrison resto......
14:14, 07/30/2019

Endangered whale sharks strain fish out of the water using huge mouths Whale sharks can feed on huge numbers of prey at once by opening their mouths over a metre wide. But they are gentle giants and juveniles even swim with divers...
11:28, 07/30/2019

'The Big Day' by Chance the Rapper Review: A Hip-Hop Missive From Married Life The Chicago rapper ruminates on his recent union with a new record that runs well over an hour, digging into weighty themes with an array of big-name guests....
08:42, 07/30/2019

U.S. Soccer Says Women's Team Has Been Paid More Than Men's Team The U.S. Soccer Federation released a letter from its president Monday saying that it has paid the women’s team more than the men’s national team in recent years....
08:42, 07/30/2019

A New Genetic Explanation for Anorexia The eating disorder, long viewed as a psychological condition, appears to have biological predictors that explain why gaining weight is harder for some patients....
04:42, 07/30/2019

The Owners of Eleven Madison Park Are Ending Their Partnership Will Guidara and Daniel Humm, whose restaurant group includes the world-famous Manhattan destination, are splitting up in a major divorce for the industry....
21:56, 07/29/2019

Now Calling Balls and Strikes: Robot Umpires Baseball’s future has arrived in the Atlantic League with the introduction an automated strike zone. If the experiment goes well, the days of players imploring umps to schedule an eye exam could soon come to an end....
15:00, 07/29/2019

Julian Alaphilippe Didn't Win this Tour de France. But He Brought the Fireworks. Julian Alaphilippe’s panache combined with a challenging high-altitude course and the emergence of Egan Bernal made this the most exciting Tour in recent memory....
23:56, 07/28/2019

CNN Anchor Gets Emotional on Air Defending Baltimore After Trump's Latest Racist Tweets After Trump called Baltimore a "disgusting rat and rodent infested mess," CNN anchor and Baltimore native Victor Blackwell emotionally defended the city....
18:42, 07/28/2019

Tired of Model Ships? Try a Priceless Turner A series of prestigious exhibitions—including a J. M. W Turner show on loan from Tate Britain—mark a sea change in approach at Connecticut’s Mystic Seaport Museum...
17:00, 07/28/2019

More Older Couples Stay Together Because They Live Apart Couples who begin committed relationships later in life are making it work not by getting married or living together, but by living separately. It’s called “living apart together.”...
17:00, 07/28/2019

Fit for the king? Thai monarchist's birthday haircut On one side of his head it reads "Long Live", on the other "The King". And on the back is a painstakingly snipped birthday portrait of Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn....
15:00, 07/28/2019

Claire Cushman, Stuart Reid The couple met in 2016, when she asked her brother to increase attendance at her art opening by inviting his friends. The groom was among those who came....
06:42, 07/28/2019

Egan Bernal Is Set to Win a Wild Tour de France After winning a weather-shortened day on Saturday, Colombian prodigy will wear the yellow jersey for the stage into Paris, where he is expected to become the first rider from his cycling-mad country to win the Tour de France....
04:42, 07/28/2019

Is the Souvenir Cap the Ultimate Humblebrag? Everyone from former special counsel Robert Mueller to rapper Travis Scott has worn a baseball hat emblazoned with an insider’s location, a deceptively unassuming garment....
01:56, 07/28/2019

Fine waived for San Francisco couple ticketed after tires stolen off vehicle A San Francisco couple had their $79 parking ticket waived after local media outlets reported their car had been stripped of its tires and propped up on milk crates in a street sweeping zone Tuesday. ...
20:42, 07/27/2019

Some jellyfish sperm have stingers that fire inside females A few species of jellyfish fertilise eggs internally, and their sperm come with tiny stingers that help them anchor to the tissue within the female gonads...
11:00, 07/27/2019

Don’t call it a burger! Meat industry fights back as interest grows in plant-based food The state of Mississippi has made it illegal for companies who make vegan or vegetarian foods to label their products as “meat or meat food products.”...
04:28, 07/27/2019

What Moderate House Democrats Are Getting Wrong About 2020 and Impeachment Adam Jentleson on the folly of tepid kitchen-table strategizing, impeachment, and the right lessons Democrats can draw from recent electoral history....
21:56, 07/26/2019

Police pull over Colorado driver who fixed tail light with red sports drink bottle Police in Colorado say they pulled over a driver this week who tried to hide the fact that he had a broken tail light by placing a red sports drink in its place. ...
19:42, 07/26/2019

'Revenge of the Nerds' Oral History: The Good, the Bad, and That One Scene For the film's 35th anniversary, GQ talked to the actors, writers, and producers behind one of the seminal movies of the '80s—and one that has aged poorly....
17:28, 07/26/2019

With Harlem as a base, a visiting family explores new corners of New York City In addition to the Apollo Theater, famed soul food restaurants, murals, history and more, the neighborhood offers a gateway to overlooked nearby attractions....
15:14, 07/26/2019

I am an uncle. Was I missing out by not being someone’s dad? Single, gay and 49, I had started to face the prospect of a life alone mixed with the tinge of regret when others asked, “Do you still think about having kids?”...
15:14, 07/26/2019

Forever 21 apologizes for sending out free diet bars with online order shipments Forever 21 apologized Thursday after receiving backlash online for including free diet bars in shipments to customers who ordered from the retailer’s plus size collection....
15:00, 07/26/2019

Police: More than 100 tires flattened after truck hauling scrap metal overturns on Cleveland freeway A dump truck driver hauling scrap metal on a Cleveland freeway spilled the load when the vehicle overturned Tuesday, resulting in an estimated 100 flat tires, police said. ...
05:56, 07/26/2019

Police: New Mexico woman orders food, tells server 'this one's on God' before fleeing A New Mexico woman told a Sonic fast food server "this one's on God" when he asked her for payment Monday before fleeing the restaurant with her order, authorities said....
05:56, 07/26/2019

Pizza Quest: A Cross-Country Guide to the Best Pies America has regional pizza styles all its own, and each one has a fascinating story to tell. This summer, get out there and taste them for yourself. Here’s your road map....
00:00, 07/26/2019

Where Port Reigns, Unfortified Wines Undergo a Stylistic Evolution The Douro Valley in Portugal seems an unlikely source for bottles with delicacy and subtlety, but producers are now creating elegant reds and whites....
22:00, 07/25/2019

Should Instagram Get Rid of 'Likes'? The popular platform is threatening to stop tallying hearts, which might improve users’ mental health—but thwart influencers. We argue both sides of the debate....
21:28, 07/25/2019

How to talk to tweens about body odor (without making it awkward) As tough as the tween and teen years were, watching your kids experience them can be just as challenging, especially when it comes to the topic of hygiene....
15:14, 07/25/2019

Flying Frenchman's hoverboard bid to cross Channel scuppered by fuel mishap A French inventor failed in his attempt to cross the English Channel on a jet-powered hoverboard on Thursday when he was knocked into the water as he landed on a boat-mounted refueling platform, his......
12:42, 07/25/2019

California residents fleeing to Nevada and Arizona as high taxes, home prices force them out As the California housing bubble continues to squeeze out middle-class homeowners -- with some living on the street, in their cars or in illegal boats -- a growing number of people are moving out and heading east. ...
00:56, 07/25/2019

Taco Bell manager claims she was fired for closing the store to clean it: 'I just kept finding things that were disturbing' A Taco Bell manager claims that she was fired for closing the restaurant to perform a deep clean on the kitchen and lobby, which she described as “disturbing.”...
00:56, 07/25/2019

When did my naked child become nude? Strangers on the Internet attacked me for posting a photo of my toddler in the bathtub. I wanted to brush them off, but the comments were so consistently scathing, I wasn’t sure who — or what — was wrong....
23:56, 07/24/2019

To Travel the World at 90% Off, Join an Airline Most airlines let their employees fly standby free of charge and their competitors’ staffers for close to free. It would be like Ford giving free cars to all employees and 90%-off discounts to General Motors laborers....
20:28, 07/24/2019

Can This Smart Pillow Help Your Resolve to Meditate? A cushy new service links meditation guidance, custom music and a smart pillow that soothingly pulses to the beats and creates an “immersive at-home experience.” We try it out....
20:28, 07/24/2019

Is the Souvenir Cap the Ultimate Humble Brag? Everyone from former special counsel Robert Mueller to rapper Travis Scott has worn a baseball hat emblazoned with an insider’s location, a deceptively unassuming garment....
20:28, 07/24/2019

Supreme: How an Upstart NYC Skate Shop Changed Fashion Forever An exclusive inside look at how James Jebbia's upstart New York clothing brand became a global streetwear powerhouse known for its drops and collaborations....
15:14, 07/24/2019

SEE IT: Charging bison flings 9-year-old girl into the air at Yellowstone A 9-year-old girl was thrown several feet into the air by a charging bison at Yellowstone National Park Monday – and the incident was caught on camera, according to a report....
11:00, 07/24/2019

'Renoir: The Body, the Senses' Review: Celebrating the Nude The Clark Art Institute organizes a must-see gathering of the French master’s late works—hazy studies of the naked body that seem to radiate heat and color....
03:14, 07/24/2019

Light pollution's effects on birds may help to spread West Nile virus Birds are the main host of West Nile virus, and outbreaks among infected sparrows are 41 per cent more likely if the birds are exposed to light pollution...
01:28, 07/24/2019

Are Oreos Part of a Mindful Diet? Snack Makers Promote Chewing Thoughtfully Consumers are thinking more about healthy eating, so snack companies are trying to convince people their treats can be part of that; ‘recognize how it feels to swallow’...
22:56, 07/23/2019

An Insider's Guide to Milwaukee The Midwest metropolis isn’t all suds and sausage. We asked locals to tip visitors off to fresher diversions, including where to eat, golf, bike ride and soak up Lake Michigan....
22:56, 07/23/2019

Here's a Simple Way to Shop More Sustainably Forgo clothing and accessories that use polluting dyes. The downside? You may look like a scoop of vanilla ice cream, as the alternatives are almost always off-white....
19:14, 07/23/2019

The Cult of the NBA General Manager For a long time, GMs worked quietly in the background, but a new generation of GMs like Sam Presti and Danny Ainge are being discussed as much as All-Stars. Nathaniel Friedman on the rise of the superstar GM and what it means for the league....
17:56, 07/23/2019

GQ Newsletters: Subscribe to your Favorites Here Whether you want the freshest GQ advice and insights on style, product recommendations, living your best life, sex and relationships, and beyond, we've got a newsletter for you....
14:42, 07/23/2019

Odell Beckham Jr. on His Candy Habit and the Phone Charger He Can't Live Without Cleveland's newest superstar—and GQ’s newest cover star—goes deep on his signature scent, the sneakers he's wearing right now, and more of his essential items....
14:42, 07/23/2019

In-N-Out burger seen in mint condition in New York City street, Twitter ask: How did it get there? The popular West Coast burger chain In-N-Out said Monday it could not solve the mystery of a New York man who discovered one of its burgers sitting untouched on Queens street....
12:42, 07/23/2019

All the Big Superheroes Are Taken---How About Batman's Butler? Comic-book adaptations have gotten so pervasive that producers of new shows “The Boys” and “Pennyworth” have turned to some deep-cut characters to say something new....
03:00, 07/23/2019

The Most Versatile Summer Salad Not every vegetable needs to be raw. Yotam Ottolenghi chars his vegetables for salads that can be served over pasta, tucked into sandwiches or used as a dip....
19:14, 07/22/2019

In 'Skin,' an Israeli Director Portrays a Neo-Nazi's Evolution Jamie Bell, who made his name in 2000 as a young dancer in “Billy Elliot,” plays a neo-Nazi who changes his ways in Israeli director Guy Nattiv’s new movie, “Skin.”...
19:14, 07/22/2019

Summertime, and the living is easy for Santas in Copenhagen Being Santa Claus is an all-year job if you ask the 150 Santas from around the world who have left Rudolph and the elves at home to make early Christmas preparations at their annual meet in Denmark....
17:56, 07/22/2019

Odell Beckham Jr. on Being Traded by the Giants, The Catch, and His Signature Hair Odell Beckham Jr. has a new team (the Cleveland Browns), a new city, a new car. We sat down with the NFL's electric wide receiver—and he opened up like he never has before....
14:14, 07/22/2019

This Banker Gets to Drink Wine All Day Rob McMillan was a pioneer in the business of financing wineries, but almost missed the grape opportunity: He first proposed his bank specialize in mortuaries....
13:00, 07/22/2019

SEE IT: Believed great white shark breaches water in Cape Cod, stuns family on fishing boat A family aboard a sportfishing boat off Cape Cod Bay on Saturday got a serious taste of life under the sea after a shark breached the water right in front of their eyes....
11:42, 07/22/2019

YouTuber caught speeding in new Lamborghini pays ticket, makes donation to police The YouTuber behind the popular channel “Hoovie’s Garage” was caught speeding in a brand new Lamborghini on Friday and reportedly donated a matching amount of the ticket to an officer’s fund....
06:42, 07/22/2019

An Ethical Crocodile Handbag? As luxury brands like Chanel ban the use of exotic skins, crocodile farmers are setting ethics standards for production in a bid to counter shopper concerns over animal welfare....
18:00, 07/21/2019

Judith Wexler, Nicholas Stone Though the bride and groom grew up just a few miles apart, in Montgomery County, Md., they didn’t meet until 2016, at the wedding of a mutual friend....
08:00, 07/21/2019

#Behonest: Canada airport kiosk relies on the honesty of customers Two entrepreneurs opened a shop at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport that has no staff running it, just a credit card reader and box for customers to place cash when making a purchase....
00:42, 07/21/2019

Head of Louis Armstrong House Museum Resigns After Discord The man hired six months ago to lead the Louis Armstrong House Museum into a new era has resigned following conflict between the new boss and staff over his vision and management style....
23:28, 07/20/2019

Bosnia buries 86 victims of 1992-95 war recovered from grisly ravine Thousands of relatives from Bosnia and across Europe gathered in the village of Hambarine for the burial of 86 Bosniak Muslims on Saturday, 27 years after they were killed and dumped in a ravine in......
22:28, 07/20/2019

At the Wedding of Gigi Gorgeous and Nats Getty “The moment I saw her, I was instantly a thousand times happier than I was the second before,” said Ms. Getty, the model, designer and oil heiress, about her bride, the YouTube beauty star....
18:56, 07/20/2019

McDonald's in Florida discriminated against Jewish man, wanted him to shave his beard, lawsuit says “Employers should never force applicants to choose between their sincerely held religious beliefs, which can be reasonably accommodated, and earning a living,” said EEOC attorney Robert Weisberg....
22:14, 07/19/2019

“Send Her Back” and the Advancement of Trump’s Authoritarian Playbook Ruth Ben-Ghiat on leader-follower relationships in authoritarianism and the fascist purpose in targeting Ilhan Omar at the Greenville, North Carolina rally....
19:14, 07/19/2019

Is teen sexting cause for concern, or no big deal? How to help kids stay safe online. When faced with the new and exciting prospect of sexual communication, teens may not be capable of fully understanding all aspects of the situation, including potential for later harassment, legal ramifications, or the effect on friendships or social...
17:14, 07/19/2019

Descendent of Arab musical legend brings nostalgia to Lebanese festival Lebanon's traditional summer festivals harked back to the Arab world's musical past this year, highlighted by a performance by the great-granddaughter of the legendary 1930s diva Asmahan in a......
17:14, 07/19/2019

PR Protests: Why Daddy Yankee, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Ricky Martin Are Protesting the Puerto Rico Governor Demonstrators are calling for Puerto Rico governor Ricardo Rosselló's resignation after publication of sexist, homophobic, and macabre text messages....
16:56, 07/19/2019

First an E-ZPass, Then the Diamond Ring Millicent Cooley was resigned to being single, but her attitude changed after meeting Anthony Duncan, a professional juggler. Their romance soon hit the road....
16:56, 07/19/2019

Cubans seek to revive little-known tango legacy Cuba may be known now for upbeat salsa, but long before that genre even emerged its Afro beats fed into the melancholic Argentine tango which was widely popular on the Caribbean's largest island....
15:14, 07/19/2019

World's longest electric road trip ends in New Zealand A Dutch sustainability advocate completed the longest ever journey in an electric vehicle in New Zealand on Friday after a three-year drive that took him through more than 30 countries....
11:28, 07/19/2019

Girl claiming to be daughter of man caught kissing over dead lion responds: 'I don’t consider you my dad anymore' After facing the wrath of the internet, things might have gotten even worse for an infamous hunting couple. Their daughter reportedly plans on never speaking to them again....
03:28, 07/19/2019

Home Turf: Faux Grass Delivers the Green Without the Fuss Homeowners are shelling out thousands of dollars for artificial landscaping, but fake plants and synthetic turf can save big on water and upkeep in the long run...
01:14, 07/19/2019

We Tried 50 Facial Sunscreens to Find the Best City-friendly sun block that’s light and untacky has become an entire skin care category, but the selection is daunting. Here are the most palatable for every type of skin....
01:14, 07/19/2019

Harley-Davidson LiveWire: An Electric Bike for a New Generation of Riders The humming LiveWire represents a shift in design, strategy and sound for a brand with a failing business model and aging ridership. It’s also the world’s best sport-bike-riding experience, says Dan Neil....
01:14, 07/19/2019

Summer's 6 Most Refreshing Beers Shandies and other Euro-style fruit-flavored brews have washed up stateside, and summer will never be the same. Here, our top picks to see you through the season....
01:14, 07/19/2019

Rand Paul Rediscovers Fiscal Conservatism to Block 9/11 Victims' Compensation Fund Rand Paul blocks the 9/11 victims' compensation fund on the Senate floor on Wednesday afternoon, even though he voted for a far more expensive tax reform bill....
21:56, 07/18/2019

Peruvian, Fortifying and Frank, at Warique in Queens At this Jackson Heights restaurant, the owner Jimmy Lozano shows off his grandmother’s secrets in dishes like pollo a la brasa, a spiced, spit-roasted chicken....
21:00, 07/18/2019

The Power of Terroir in Sicily’s Volcanic White Wines These unusual whites from Etna are more salty than fruity, yet even when cloaked in winemaking tricks, the power of the grape and terroir shine through....
21:00, 07/18/2019

I miss my kids while they’re at summer camp. But I hate Visiting Day. Gone is the equanimity I've gained over the past few weeks. Instead: Why aren’t my kids using sunscreen? Why aren’t they at least wearing one of the many hats I packed for them?...
20:28, 07/18/2019

Trump Rally Crowd Chants "Send Her Back" as the President Attacks Ilhan Omar At a rally in North Carolina, Trump doubled down on his racist comments about minority women in Congress: "If they don’t love [America], tell them to leave it."...
19:28, 07/18/2019

Swiss raise a glass to winegrowers in rare vintage festival Switzerland uncorked a once-in-a-generation celebration of its winemakers on Thursday, with fancy dress, alpine horns, cows and dancers kicking off a festival that dates back to the 18th century....
18:56, 07/18/2019

Archaeologists find mosque from when Islam arrived in holy land Archaeologists in Israel have discovered the remains of one of the world's oldest rural mosques, built around the time Islam arrived in the holy land, they said on Thursday....
18:56, 07/18/2019

Bullet-riddled U.S. flag that survived D-Day coming home 75 years later Shot through by German machine gun bullets and tattered by the wind, an American flag that flew on the first U.S. invading ship on D-Day is being returned home on Thursday in a White House ceremony....
18:56, 07/18/2019

Habsburg stud farm rides to UNESCO world heritage status The Kladruby stud in the Czech Republic has been breeding horses for royal service since the 1500s, when its sleek grey stallions were seen as a symbol of Habsburg power....
18:56, 07/18/2019

The Daughterhood Circle: Where family caregivers come together to find community While new mothers are showered with love and often share a path well-lit by friends and neighbors, the road is often dark and hard to navigate when it comes time to mother their own mothers, or any relative, for that matter. But there is some help....
15:42, 07/18/2019

Cannonball highlights how close Napoleon came to victory at Waterloo A cannonball discovered this week by archaeologists provides a further indication of how close Napoleon Bonaparte came to winning the Battle of Waterloo in 1815....
20:56, 07/17/2019

Hi-tech illusions bring Queen Victoria's palace to life in UK Summer exhibition Britain’s Queen Elizabeth visited an exhibition dedicated to her great-great-grandmother Victoria on Wednesday, which uses cutting-edge technology to recreate Buckingham Palace as it was during the......
20:56, 07/17/2019

Tutankhamun golden coffin under restoration for the first time Experts have begun restoration work on the golden-plated coffin of Egypt's boy-king Tutankhamun for the first time since the discovery of the tomb in 1922, the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities said......
20:56, 07/17/2019

Alyssa Milano faces backlash for supporting a Marianne Williamson fundraiser: ‘I know. I know.’ The "Charmed" actress defended her decision to help raise money for the controversial Democratic candidate, saying Williamson is addressing the "soulful ache of the nation."...
20:28, 07/17/2019

On the Second Try, Both Found a Partner in Business and for Life She was 11 years younger when they met. As years passed, and after each of their marriages ended, they rediscovered the spark between them. They’ve been married 28 years....
19:28, 07/17/2019

The D.C. race war of 1919 — and the forgotten story of one African American girl accused of murder One hundred years ago, in the midst of a white riot, black Washingtonians fought back. Soon, a police officer was dead and a girl named Carrie Johnson was headed to trial....
17:28, 07/17/2019

American Citizenship Is Not Whites-Only Donald Trump evoked an old racist trope in telling four American congresswomen of color to “go back” to their own countries. The Constitution says otherwise....
15:28, 07/17/2019

Class act: Thai teacher learns how to make English lessons fun Thai English teacher Theeraphong Meesat has a unique way of boosting his students' confidence in class and making sure they loosen up - by wearing outrageous outfits and makeup....
09:00, 07/17/2019

Oscar de la Renta Readies International Expansion Effort After monthslong delays, one of the last independent U.S. high-fashion brands will throw open the doors of its store and showroom in Paris—plus christen a new office in China. Can designers Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim power the house’s global ambit...
03:56, 07/17/2019

Emmy Nominations 2019: 'Game of Thrones' Sets Single-Season Record With 32 Nods The haul for the recently concluded HBO hit included nominations for outstanding drama series and best actress, as the show extended its streak as the most-decorated drama ever....
03:56, 07/17/2019

Orangutan mothers tell infants where to go by scratching themselves When it’s time for an orangutan mother to move to a new part of the forest, she scratches her body to alert her infant while avoiding attracting predators...
02:42, 07/17/2019

Sweetgreen, Pointing to Its Own Past, Hatches New Model The company says it’s so much more than salad—and wants to change the way it serves up both food and new ideas, its three founders say. Inside their “Sweetgreen 3.0” project...
21:28, 07/16/2019

A Weekend Getaway That Outshines the Hamptons Seven reasons why Long Island’s North Fork isn’t the Hamptons—and why it just might be better. Plus, where to eat, drink, stargaze and shuck your own oysters....
21:28, 07/16/2019

Go Broke or Go Home Bachelorette Parties What happens when friends are consumed by wanting their bachelorette parties to be picture perfect at any cost? Credit cards are maxed out and debt rises. Instagram wedding envy wins the day....
18:56, 07/16/2019

Border Patrol Agent Asks 3-Year-Old Girl to Pick a Parent in Family Separation When Border Patrol agents started taking her father away in a family separation, she began to cry, and was told "you said [you want to go] with mom."...
17:00, 07/16/2019

‘I have had sex ... and Jesus still loves me’: How ‘The Bachelorette’ had a rare moment of sex-positivity The show has teased Hannah Brown's quote for weeks — and it arrived as she eliminated Luke, the villain, for trying to shame her for other relationships....
15:42, 07/16/2019

Prehistoric city offers glimpse of ancient living near Jerusalem A huge prehistoric settlement discovered near Jerusalem by Israeli archaeologists offers new insight into how civilizations developed around the end of the Stone Age....
14:42, 07/16/2019

Trump's Acting Cabinet Is Accountable Only to Trump By filling the Trump Cabinet with temporary officials, the president shields some of his administration's cruelest practices from meaningful public scrutiny....
23:14, 07/15/2019

A$AP Ferg on Staying Focused and How Jay-Z Inspired Him to Try Therapy On a new episode of GQ's Airplane Mode podcast, The A$AP Mob rapper gets candid about his mental health, his dad's business advice, and the death of A$AP Yams....
23:14, 07/15/2019

The Best Amazon Prime Day 2019 Deals You Can Score at eBay, Target, Walmart, and Best Buy Amazon might be a monopoly, but it's not the only deals game in town. Here are the great sales you can shop at the competition including Apple Airpods, Google Home, Dyson vacuums, and more....
20:56, 07/15/2019

Amazon Prime Day 2019: The Best Deals on Underwear, T-Shirts, and Socks People generally go nuts over Amazon Prime Day for all the big-ticket deals, but Prime Day is the absolute best time to stock up on all the basic life stuff you spend the rest of the year putting off buying....
19:42, 07/15/2019

The Sexier Side of Denim with Iman Shumpert and Teyana Taylor The reigning sexiest couple alive connected for a Vogue x GQ video—and then Iman told us all about jeans, his clothing line, and the state of style in the NBA....
19:42, 07/15/2019

My daughter turned cartwheels on her brother’s grave. It taught me joy can live with grief. Happiness is the flip side of the pain, the reward that makes you want to move through all seven stages, even while knowing there will be times you slide back down to the bottom....
19:28, 07/15/2019

Amazon Prime Day 2019: The Best Sweats, Sneakers, and Workout Gear Deals All the biggest and best Prime Day deals on exercise gear, sneakers, and cozy sweats (for working out, the couch, and everything in between), so you have no excuses left for skipping the gym....
19:00, 07/15/2019

Amazon Prime Day 2019: The Best Skincare Deals on Clarisonic, Foreo, Baxter of California, and More Stock up on your favorite tried-and-true fragrances, deodorants, and moisturizers and maybe even consider investing high-tech complexion-brightening facial cleansing device....
19:00, 07/15/2019

Being a sober mom in the middle of a wine mom culture is isolating I wasn’t quite sure when I finally decided to quit drinking. But I did know one thing: I couldn’t parent little kids with three or four glasses of wine in my system....
17:28, 07/15/2019

Is it okay to laugh at Florida man? He’s an American folk hero and one of the Internet’s most durable memes. But maybe laughing at Florida — and its outrageous headlines — is more complicated than we've thought....
17:28, 07/15/2019

Beauty Brands Focus on Women of Color Customers with darker complexions are finding more makeup options, as startups and established brands follow Fenty Beauty by Rihanna in targeting an untapped market with inclusive offerings....
12:00, 07/15/2019

New York Harbor's Latest Draw? A Tugboat Tour After several years out of service, the W.O. Decker is back on the water. Owned by the South Street Seaport Museum, the 50-foot vessel dating from 1930 is only tugboat in the area offering rides to the public....
01:14, 07/15/2019

Making Sense of Djokovic & Federer's Brilliant Madness It was an epic, tell-the-grandkids instant classic tennis match, which offered a little bit of everything, and then some. But in the end, Novak Djokovic offered a little bit more....
01:14, 07/15/2019

Wolf Blitzer, Kellyanne Conway and members of Congress celebrate Bastille Day at the French ambassador’s house Despite the potential of, um, awkwardness among the diplomatic core and official Washington, elbows were ripe for rubbing at the French ambassador’s residence....
19:14, 07/14/2019

Egypt opens Sneferu's 'Bent' Pyramid in Dahshur to public Egypt opened to visitors on Saturday the "Bent" Pyramid built for pharaoh Sneferu, a 101-meter structure just south of Cairo that marks a key step in the evolution of pyramid construction....
20:28, 07/13/2019

At Wimbledon, Simona Halep Denies Serena Williams---and History As a good portion of the crowd seemed ready to watch Serena Williams make history, Simona Halep was happy to play spoiler. The Romanian won the women’s singles title 6-2, 6-2, in a display that was as brusque as it was dominant....
18:56, 07/13/2019

Minnesota State Fair pulls offbeat menu item: doughnuts with syringes The Minnesota State Fair is dropping a new food item -- doughnut bits with a side of syringes -- a snack apparently too extreme even for an industry perpetually pushing culinary boundaries....
00:56, 07/13/2019

Five sent to hospital on sixth day of Pamplona bull run One man was gored and at least four other people were sent to hospital with injuries following the sixth day of the running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in the northern Spanish city of......
11:42, 07/12/2019

Supermarket managers step down amid controversy over safari photos In the photos, the couple could be seen standing over various big-game animals they allegedly hunted, including a hippopotamus, a zebra, an alligator and a leopard...
23:00, 07/11/2019

Man gets tackled at bagel shop following rant about women and being short: 'You're not God or my father or my boss!' After footage of a short man ranting at customers at a bagel shop before getting tackled went viral, the star of the video apparently proclaimed that he’s the “Martin Luther King Jr” of short men....
23:00, 07/11/2019

This Rice Recipe Has Everything, Plus a Turmeric-Butter-Fried Egg Quick, easy, inexpensive, even healthyish: This dish of rice and lentils dotted with rich dates is destined to be your new go-to. With that buttery egg on top, it will be your new crush....
20:56, 07/11/2019

The New Provence: From Quaint to Uber-Chic Need proof this beloved vacation spot is evolving? An influx of design-savvy hotels and modern cuisine is reinvigorating the region. So long bouillabaisse....
20:56, 07/11/2019

How deplatforming became a rallying cry for right-wing media stars Days after a Saturday rally where conservative provocateurs claimed social-media censorship, a Trump summit could be a landmark in the deplatforming movement....
19:56, 07/11/2019

One gored among dozens injured at bull-running in Spain One man was gored in the arm among scores more injured on Thursday during Spain's centuries-old San Fermin bull-running festival where protesters complained new safety measures were spoiling the buzz....
16:14, 07/11/2019

Dallas Church Offers Free Weddings to Couples Living Together, on One Condition In 2016, 25 couples married in a mass ceremony, after they agreed to 11 weeks of premarital counseling. This year, 50 couples have signed up for a September ceremony....
14:42, 07/11/2019

UK parliament's 'Big Ben' bell marks 160 years with silence as restoration work continues Britain's parliament marks 160 years on Thursday since its "Big Ben" bell first chimed, but the familiar bongs will not ring out to celebrate the occasion as the famous clock-tower is half way......
13:28, 07/11/2019

One gored among seven hurt on fifth day of Pamplona bull-running At least seven runners were hurt, with one gored in the arm, on the fifth day of the week-long San Fermin bull-running festival in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, according to the Red Cross on......
13:28, 07/11/2019

Family Dinner Is Now a Battle Over Carbohydrates In some homes, dinner has become a nightly tussle over carb preferences, as the popularity of low-carb eating combines with a surge of new carb-alternative products....
01:42, 07/11/2019

A Brief History of Viral Summer Trends, Starring the Leopard Midi Skirt Just as every year one pop song becomes unavoidable, each summer one garment achieves a numbing ubiquity among women. Looking back at gladiator sandals, tiny sunglasses and more....
01:42, 07/11/2019

All Windows Are Open for Kumail Nanjiani Kumail Nanjiani, stand-up comic and Oscar-nominated screenwriter, can add “in-demand leading man” to his résumé, with action-comedy film “Stuber” opening in theaters this week....
01:42, 07/11/2019

My daughter’s first triathlon tested her body — and my heart Now that she's getting older, I find myself missing being needed. Our connection, once as thick as climbing rope, feels more like a strand of dental floss these days....
23:42, 07/10/2019

Bride walks down aisle and dances with son who has 'life-limiting' heart defect: 'Literally everyone started crying' Maxine Connelly didn’t know if her son would live long enough to ever see her get married, which made it extra special when the 8-year-old walked her down the aisle at her wedding....
20:42, 07/10/2019

The Fish Is Boneless. (Fishless, Too.) Impossible Foods, the company behind the meatless Whopper at Burger King, is one of several companies developing plant-based or laboratory-made seafood alternatives....
11:42, 07/10/2019

Remains of one of Napoleon's 1812 generals believed found in Russia More than 200 years after he died of his battlefield wounds in Russia, archaeologists believe they have found the remains of one of Napoleon Bonaparte's favorite generals buried in a park beneath the......
00:00, 07/10/2019

Border agents seize nearly 350 pounds of protected fish from cargo ship in the Gulf of Mexico A group of fisherman in Louisiana could be facing jail time after border agents say they illegally reeled in nearly 350 pounds of a protected fish in the Gulf of Mexico last month. ...
22:14, 07/09/2019

Fabric Reigns! Why Cloth Car Seats Are Making a Comeback When it comes to auto upholstery, leather is no longer the luxury standard. High-end brands are switching to softer, swaddling fabrics like those in Queen Elizabeth’s limousine....
20:42, 07/09/2019

George Takei on the Return of Concentration Camps in America A Q&A with the actor on his experience in the U.S. concentration camps for Japanese-Americans during World War II, and the U.S. border situation today....
20:00, 07/09/2019

African lions have started climbing trees to escape buffaloes Vulnerable African lions have started climbing trees to escape buffaloes in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya. Their numbers are in decline from habitat loss, lack of prey and hunting by humans...
11:56, 07/09/2019

Former Japanese fisherman finds profit in whale-watching Masato Hasegawa is the fourth generation of his family to be a fisherman on Japan's northern oceans, but now his cruises focus on admiring sea life instead of catching it....
07:42, 07/09/2019

In Japan, the business of watching whales is far larger than hunting them People packed the decks of the Japanese whale-watching boat, screaming in joy as a pod of orcas put on a show: splashing tails at each other, rolling over, and leaping out of the water....
07:42, 07/09/2019

Charity begins at the pub: London bar seeks 'most ethical' title Employing the homeless and offering beer brewed from leftover bread, "The Green Vic" in London's trendy Shoreditch district is aiming to be the world's most ethical pub....
07:42, 07/09/2019

Baseball Has a Home Run Crisis Just a quarter century ago, a home-run race helped revive the national pastime. Now, the thrilling feat that once saved baseball might be killing it....
04:56, 07/09/2019

How Long Can the U.S. Women Keep Going? Key members of the victorious U.S. women’s team are approaching the end of their careers, but a quirk of the soccer calendar means that an Olympics is just around the corner....
04:56, 07/09/2019

'Hudson Rising' Review: Reflections on a River The New-York Historical Society’s exhibition follows the 200-year story of the river’s ecological transformation, from its despoilment by industrial waste to its ascendance in the wake of the environmental movement....
04:56, 07/09/2019

The Inside Story of Kim Kardashian West's Billion-Dollar Shapewear Bet Kim Kardashian West has long dreamed of her own body-positive, shade-inclusive line of shapewear and underwear. But now the outcry over the erstwhile Kimono’s name could derail many months of planning. How she and a team of blue-chip investors are tr...
04:56, 07/09/2019

The Best Online Shops for Ordering Plants Filling your place with greenery no longer requires wandering the aisles of your local humid nursery. Here are companies that'll ship plants right to you....
01:00, 07/09/2019

Jeffrey Epstein's Sex Trafficking Arrest Means His Victims Might Finally Get Justice With the Epstein attest, Trump Labor Secretary Alex Acosta is facing renewed scrutiny for the “deal of a lifetime” he offered Epstein more than a decade ago....
01:00, 07/09/2019

Human rights group asks Nicki Minaj to cancel performance in Saudi Arabia The "Megatron" rapper is set to perform in the country next week despite calls to quit the gig over the government's alleged human rights violations....
00:00, 07/09/2019

Photographer slams 'influencer' who wants free wedding photos: 'You could have just said no politely' The days of asking for free goods and services in exchange for “exposure” are seemingly coming to an end. At least, the days of being able to do so without getting a snarky response are over....
20:42, 07/08/2019

Watch Snowball the cockatoo show off the 14 dance moves he's invented Snowball the cockatoo can not only dance in time to music, he's also invented a range of dance moves and can even combine moves like foot lifts and head bangs...
18:14, 07/08/2019

Britain's 'Love Island' Tries to Bring Its Frenzy to America CBS is betting a U.S. version of the British reality dating show can captivate viewers in America as it has in the U.K., where it has become a surprising stirrer of national debate....
17:28, 07/08/2019

I told my girls to take risks. But then I had to practice what I preached. “Mommy! It’s your show!” My daughters and I are at a play. My 7-year-old points to a picture of a giant Venus’ flytrap plant in the playbill with the words: “Little Shop of Horrors! Auditions soon!” “......
16:14, 07/08/2019

Louisiana man arrested after allegedly licking ice cream, placing it back on shelf in 'copycat' video A "copycat" ice cream licker was arrested in Louisiana on Saturday in the weeks after he was caught on video allegedly licking ice cream in a grocery store and putting it back in the fridge....
15:42, 07/08/2019

Will Poulter’s Big Sommar Last year Will Poulter blew minds in the choose-your-own-adventure *Black Mirror*. How do you follow that? By teaming with a horror phenom for the bloodcurdling *Midsommar*....
15:14, 07/08/2019

Who Else Is Using DNA Tests to Find Lost Relatives? Your Dog Genetic testing helps owners find long-lost family members for their dogs, but canine reunions can bring some surprises. ‘We the people were way more excited than the dogs.’...
04:00, 07/08/2019

Tempe Officers Association 'encouraged' by Starbucks apology after cops asked to leave The Tempe Officers Association responded Sunday to the controversy that unfolded after some police officers were asked to leave an Arizona Starbucks on Independence Day, saying the union was “encouraged” by Starbucks’ apology and looked forward to “a...
01:28, 07/08/2019

Bride-to-be caught trying to scam hotel with painfully obvious scheme: 'We thought she was having a psychotic break' Weddings are expensive, so it’s understandable for couples to try and save a few dollars here and there. That doesn’t excuse attempted fraud, however....
00:28, 07/08/2019

Michelle Obama talks about her last night at the White House, Democratic presidential candidates in interview “The transition happens so quickly; it’s like you don’t even get to move your furniture out until the new president takes the oath of office,” Obama told Gayle King in an interview at Essence Festival....
22:42, 07/07/2019

A Cyclist Turns to Gravel to Stay Fit A hybrid of road cycling and mountain biking called gravel cycling has 56-year-old Doug Wilwerding in his best shape since swimming as a college student....
21:56, 07/07/2019

U.S. Wins Women's World Cup The U.S. defeated the Netherlands, 2-0, to win their fourth Women’s World Cup title in 28 years. The victory came after rounds where the defending champions faced teams that were designed to take the Americans down....
21:56, 07/07/2019

British man says he caught record-breaking 232-pound carp fish in Thailand A British man reeled in a 232-pound carp fish in Thailand last month — a reportedly record-breaking size believed to be the world's largest caught carp fish....
20:28, 07/07/2019

Three people gored on first day of Spanish bull-running festival Three people were gored and a further two people suffered head trauma during the first day of Spain's best-known bull-running festival in the northern town of Pamplona on Sunday, the Red Cross said....
12:42, 07/07/2019

Lithuanian couple defends world wife-carrying championship title A Lithuanian couple won the World Wife-Carrying Championship for a second time in a row in the Finnish town of Sonkajarvi on Saturday, triumphing in a contest where men complete an obstacle course......
21:42, 07/06/2019

Pamplona starts annual bull-running festival with a bang Party-goers and bull-running fans packed the main square in Pamplona on Saturday to cheer the launch of a firecracker which marks the start of the northern Spanish city's annual San Fermin festival....
16:00, 07/06/2019

Starbucks shop boots police officers because customer ‘did not feel safe’ around them: reports Some police officers in Tempe, Ariz., say they were asked to leave a Starbucks coffee shop on the Fourth of July because a customer complained they “did not feel safe” with the cops present, according to reports....
15:56, 07/06/2019

Ancient Iraqi city of Babylon designated UNESCO World Heritage Site The ancient city of Babylon, first referenced in a clay tablet from the 23rd century B.C., was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site on Friday, after a vote that followed decades of lobbying by......
01:14, 07/06/2019

Police say San Antonio juvenile is girl seen in viral video licking ice cream from Walmart freezer Police in East Texas say a teenager from San Antonio is suspected of taking a tub of ice cream from a Walmart freezer, removing the top to lick the ice cream and then returning it to the freezer....
00:00, 07/06/2019

Venice Beach Souvenirs: A Discriminating Shopper's Guide Beachcombing in Venice, Calif., isn’t about the seashells. From a bespoke surfboard to mind-altering matcha, consider these updates of classic keepsakes....
23:56, 07/05/2019

5 Mediterranean Islands the Tourist Mobs Haven't Invaded Yet Attention: Summer-vacation procrastinators. We’ve identified five Mediterranean islands that offer fabulous food, accommodations and seascapes but remain well-kept secrets—for now....
23:56, 07/05/2019

The Ultimate Summer Toy: Honda's Talon 1000X Few things can match the thrill of catching air in an ATV, as Dan Neil learned while kicking up dust in the new Honda Talon 1000X. Of course, driver error can cause a few setbacks....
23:56, 07/05/2019

Are the 'Stranger Things' Product Tie-Ins Out of Control? To promote the third season of ‘Stranger Things,’ Netflix lined up roughly 70 collaborative tie-ins. While critics wonder if the marketing machine has gone too far, true fans just want their ‘Hawkins High’ Nikes....
23:56, 07/05/2019

Why cat people and dog people's personalities match those of their pet People's personalities often have more in common with their dog or cat than their friends, and now we know why owners and their animals are such a purr-fect match...
15:42, 07/05/2019

Drowning happens so easily. Here’s what parents get wrong about water safety. Though drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among children ages 1-4, many parents inadvertently put young children at risk around water. One mother who lost her son explains....
15:28, 07/05/2019

Toxic algae bloom forces Gulf Coast beach closures ahead of 4th of July holiday weekend More than a dozen beaches in Mississippi’s Gulf Coast have been closed ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend after the formation of a toxic algae bloom on the shore line....
05:42, 07/05/2019

Tutankhamen head set for London auction despite Egyptian protests A brown quartzite head of young king Tutankhamen was due to be auctioned in London with an estimate of more than $5 million on Thursday, in the face of Egyptian demands for its return....
01:00, 07/05/2019

Pakistan's street cricketers bring game to life in Greece In a barren Athens parking lot, young Pakistanis get in position for a game of cricket. On one end of the dust-covered concrete is a trash can; on the other, a pile of rocks. That is their pitch, and......
13:56, 07/04/2019

Beverage Companies Embrace Recycling, Until It Costs Them They have pledged to help fix U.S. recycling, but for decades the companies have fought against “bottle bills,” which result in more bottles and cans being recycled but are costly for the industry....
11:56, 07/04/2019

How parents can talk to kids frightened by the situation at the border They’re hearing that small children are abandoned, hurt, ill and caged. That is every child’s worst nightmare, and they may believe it could happen to them, too....
11:14, 07/04/2019

Ice cream 'licking' video traced to Texas Walmart; suspect will face charges, police say Ice cream-maker Blue Bell continues to investigate after a viral video last week showed a suspect opening a container of the company's ice cream inside a grocery store, licking the contents, and then returning the container to the store's freezer....
09:42, 07/04/2019

The Key to the Most Succulent Zucchini In this recipe from Brooklyn chef Nasim Alikhani, a quick two-step cooking process renders the main ingredient remarkably meaty for a meatless dish. A stuffing of feta, onion, almond and basil is creamy, crunchy, fresh and absolutely delicious....
01:28, 07/04/2019

Grill Stars: This Summer's Hottest Steaks How does a particular cut of beef rise from obscurity to celebrity status? Top butchers offer a glimpse into their business—plus pro tips on how to put a perfect sear on the steaks they’re loving now....
01:28, 07/04/2019

Baby son of UK's Prince Harry and Meghan to be christened on Saturday Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the two-month-old son of Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, will be christened in a small private ceremony at Windsor Castle on Saturday, Buckingham......
21:14, 07/03/2019

Biblical bad guys the ancient Philistines came from Europe, DNA shows The ancient Philistines, the Biblical villains whose origins have puzzled scholars for decades, came to the Middle East from southern Europe more than 3,000 years ago, new DNA testing has shown....
21:14, 07/03/2019

Gaultier walks on the wild side at Haute Couture show Models stormed the runway in animal prints, neon dresses and designs that played with optical illusions at Jean Paul Gaultier's Haute Couture collection on Wednesday, set to a banging 1990s euro......
21:14, 07/03/2019

The Real-Life Diet of Jahlil Okafor, Who’s Now Healthier in Mind and Body After life in NBA purgatory, the New Orleans Pelicans big man credits an overhauled workout routine and a renewed focus on his mental health for his turnaround....
20:00, 07/03/2019

An artist’s journey from a Chicago steam room to a Brooklyn studio At 23, Rashid Johnson was getting inspiration in a steam room with Jesse Jackson. Now, at 42, he’s a vital voice on black cultural identity in his own space....
17:56, 07/03/2019

Free birds: Bald eagles stir U.S. patriotism as web-cam stars On the brink of extinction a half-century ago, the bald eagle is thriving in the internet age, fascinating a devoted corps of Americans who regularly monitor the majestic birds of prey via web-cams......
14:14, 07/03/2019

U.S. Goalkeeper Rejects Questions About Her Skill The U.S. women’s soccer team has moved through the World Cup with a superstar-loaded roster, but one question loomed: Did its goalkeeper measure up? Alyssa Naeher answered....
14:00, 07/03/2019

Chickpeas and fresh herbs make this brown rice salad a satisfying summer star Overview Ingredients Steps Overview More often than not, when I offer a recipe in this spot that deploys white rice as a main ingredient, readers respond with: Can I use brown rice instead? The answer’s not as simple as the question. Research shows t...
05:56, 07/03/2019

U.S. Defeats England in World Cup Semifinal The defending champion U.S. women’s soccer team advanced to its third straight World Cup final after defeating England, 2-1, on goals by Christen Press and Alex Morgan, and a penalty save by goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher....
05:14, 07/03/2019

Blind Chileans 'listen' for the solar eclipse In the minutes before a solar eclipse plunged Chile into darkness, a loudspeaker projected a deep baritone to a group of blind men and women who had traveled to the Atacama desert to "hear" what......
02:42, 07/03/2019

Solar eclipse plunges Chile into darkness Hundreds of thousands of tourists scattered across the north Chilean desert on Tuesday to experience a rare, and irresistible combination for astronomy buffs: a total eclipse of the sun viewed from......
02:42, 07/03/2019

House Tour: How Color Can Make a Routine Condo Special A young novelist wanted to infuse his grimly ‘luxurious’ D.C. condo with color—and found a designer who wholeheartedly agreed. Steal their strategies....
00:56, 07/03/2019

Japan's return to commercial whaling has no economic or cultural case The decision by Japan to resume commercial whaling should be condemned – if not for its uncertain effect on whales, then for its contempt for international agreements...
18:42, 07/02/2019

Fear not, parents: Your middle kids are going to be just fine. Our kids’ desires for engagement and attention fluctuate based on their age, personality and how a given day happens to be going. But are these things also impacted by birth order? Not necessarily, experts say....
17:28, 07/02/2019

Lagerfeld successor brings demure librarians to Chanel catwalk Buttoned up looks fit for a studious afternoon in the library filled Chanel's Haute Couture runway show on Tuesday, as models paraded around an enormous bookcase in designer Virginie Viard's second,......
16:56, 07/02/2019

Paris says tourist buses no longer welcome in city center Paris aims to ban tourist buses from the city center to spur visitors to walk, cycle or take public transport, tackling complaints about nuisances caused by mass tourism, the French capital's deputy......
16:56, 07/02/2019

Discover the artist who builds tiny worlds with basic chemistry The photo shows a tiny world created by artist Hicham Berrada from wax, acid, metal salts and chemistry. It comes alive at his exhibition at London’s Hayward Gallery...
11:14, 07/02/2019

Blue Bell looking for ice cream-licking prankster in viral video: report Ice cream maker Blue Bell says it’s looking into a now-viral video of a woman licking its ice cream at a grocery store and then placing the tainted tub back on the shelf....
10:14, 07/02/2019

Barbara Sinatra's Los Angeles Penthouse Lists for $8 Million The 5,600-square-foot home, which sits atop the Ten-Five-Sixty on the Wilshire Corridor, is where the late socialite lived after Frank Sinatra’s death....
07:28, 07/02/2019

The Confident, Outspoken Leadership of Megan Rapinoe Megan Rapinoe has carried the U.S. women’s team into the World Cup semifinals and embraced what it means to belong to a generation of pro athletes armed with a broader platform than any of their predecessors....
07:28, 07/02/2019

Jazz Jams for Justice and Profit Jazz at the Philharmonic, a groundbreaking concert held 75 years ago integrated audiences, popularized live recordings, and brought jazz appreciation into the mainstream....
07:28, 07/02/2019

The most-powerful American cars ever Just like the stock market, the neverending American horsepower war has had its ups and downs over the years, but records keep getting broken and the outlook remains bullish....
00:14, 07/02/2019

Woman doesn't realize that she's wearing her bathing suit upside down, accidentally exposes herself There’s nothing more embarrassing than a wardrobe malfunction unless the “malfunction” was actually caused by just wearing the clothes the wrong way....
22:00, 07/01/2019

When Routine Eye Surgery Leads to Debilitating Pain In rare cases, complications from Lasik or cataract surgery can leave patients feeling as if they have shards of glass in their eyes. Researchers are looking to treat the condition, known as neuropathic corneal pain....
21:42, 07/01/2019

6 berry-filled treats to light up your Fourth of July celebration voraciously recipes, Washington post recipes, Fourth of July recipes, summer cookout recipes, summer recipes, fruit recipes, baking, fresh fruit recipes, berries, summer berries, berry recipes, blueberry pie, cherry pie, Popsicle recipes, dessert rec...
21:42, 07/01/2019

The Latest Art Investment? A Jacket At the Paris menswear shows, labels big and small showcased partnerships with established artists, adding a gallery-ready flourish to their fashion collections...
19:56, 07/01/2019

Trump officials 'should consider dining at home,' says co-owner of restaurant that refused to serve Sarah Sanders The co-owner of a Virginia restaurant who refused to serve then-White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the "rules are changing" when it comes to businesses or staffers expressing political opposition. ...
19:14, 07/01/2019

The battle for Alabama’s soul With the nation’s most restrictive abortion ban and the return of Roy Moore, liberals here worry their state is sliding back toward its heritage of injustice....
18:56, 07/01/2019

The Troubling Business of Bounty Hunting Bounty hunting is fueled by old laws, loose guidelines, and bad money. To get a look inside the world of "bail enforcement agents," writer Jeff Winkler got licensed and found a mess for, well, everyone....
16:14, 07/01/2019

The day my autistic son wandered from school No parent knows what the future holds or how their kids will turn out. What I do know is that letting go is the hardest, most necessary thing I have to do....
16:00, 07/01/2019

Man enlists 29 friends to help surprise wife with roses on 30th anniversary Julie Raby didn't expect her husband Mark to have such a big surprise planned. "We were going out for a meal that evening so I thought that would be the romance for the day," she said....
12:14, 07/01/2019

How One Nonprofit Is Using Venture-Capital Tactics to Help Save Africa's Last 20,000 Wild Lions In an era of Instagram-length attention spans, wildlife conservation philanthropies are trying new tactics to bring urgent attention to threatened species. Actress Michelle Rodriguez, model Jordan Barrett and photographer Gray Sorrenti band together ...
03:42, 07/01/2019

How 'Stranger Things' Whipped Up '80s Fever ‘Stranger Things,’ returning to Netflix July 4, has stoked ’80s nostalgia even among viewers born long after the decade of scrunchies and shopping malls....
03:42, 07/01/2019

What to Cook This Week Make David Tanis’s latest for grilled swordfish with tomato-anchovy salsa, Mark Bittman’s pasta with mint and Parmesan or Melissa Clark’s berry torte....
18:00, 06/30/2019

'Here, I feel free': Mexico City celebrates role as haven for LGBTQ migrants Tens of thousands of people paraded through the streets of Mexico City on Saturday to celebrate the capital's growing role as a beacon of tolerance for migrants fleeing persecution for their gender......
07:56, 06/30/2019

North Macedonia hosts its first Gay Pride march North Macedonia held its first Gay Pride march on Saturday, in a test of the conservative Balkan country's record on respecting minority rights as it seeks to join the European Union....
16:42, 06/29/2019

Singapore holds gay pride rally amid calls for repeal of colonial-era law Thousands of people took part in Singapore's annual gay pride rally on Saturday, with many calling for a law banning gay sex to be scrapped following similar measures elsewhere in the region....
16:42, 06/29/2019

How palaeontology got cool: Inside the revolution in dinosaur science Dinosaurs have won a huge following as new techniques revolutionise what we know about how they lived and even looked. How well are popular books keeping up?...
12:28, 06/29/2019

A future beyond ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’: ‘I’m not interested in being the guy who does black pain’ Gbenga Akinnagbe says he’s become painfully aware of the cost of depicting black suffering onstage every night in front of a mostly white audience. And he’s not sure he’d want to take on a similar role again....
22:42, 06/28/2019

A Luxury Surf Vacation Where You'd Least Expect In pursuit of warm water and forgiving waves, a surfer of a certain age sets his sights on El Salvador, where a new high-end resort combines adventure and affordable luxury...
21:00, 06/28/2019

South Africa slings back the fynbos-flavored gin Last year, gin consumption in South Africa grew by an astonishing 50 percent, to half a pint for every man, woman and child. No wonder that distilleries are mushrooming, trying to give a colonial......
20:56, 06/28/2019

The secrets of how sharks survived so many of Earth's mass extinctions Vegetarianism and liking underwater volcanoes have helped sharks survive for half a billion years. But can they use their skills to cope with climate change?...
20:42, 06/28/2019

Happy Fourth of July, America. But what actually happened on that day in 1776? We signed the Declaration of Independence, right? Or something like that? Declare your knowledge of the revolutionary-era trivia with this quiz on Fourth of July history....
19:28, 06/28/2019

How the Face of Big Gay Ice Cream Spends His Sundays Even though Doug Quint’s unicorn-and-rainbow brand has expanded to storefronts, the entrepreneur has not forgotten his food-truck roots. He still visits one in Red Hook, Brooklyn....
19:14, 06/28/2019