When the light starts to fade in the evening is when I start feeling it. A rush of heightened awareness, a palpable sense of increased IQ, like my brain is a Sim City growing on fast forward. Daytime's rural village of slow-talking neurons explodes into a bustling metropolis full of taxis, neon signs, and hot jazz. The sundown rush, I can confirm after years of experimentation, is unrelated to anything I might have imbibed, inhaled, or ingested. If anything, it feels like my morning coffee...
The new chief executive of the agency that oversees Voice of America and other government-backed broadcasters said he did not act illegally in firing senior figures on his first day on the job.
The pandemic has been a nightmare for working parents, with schools and many camps closed. With coronavirus cases spiking again and guidance shifting, there's little clarity about what the fall will look like, even as some cities begin to announce plans.
Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying to stop its spread. You can subscribe here. Hola totally-not-having-a-pandemic pals, I woke up early on Saturday and went outside. Dogs were barking, children were playing. People were gathered in groups. It was as if the pandemic had never happened in my cozy little beach barrio. Nobody was wearing a mask. Social distancing? People were hugging and leaning on...
In a conversation with Fortune's Most Powerful Women community, the former CEO of IBM lays out steps to building more inclusive companies.
Congressional Republicans and Democrats need to compromise to pass needed legislation to address the crisis of systemic racism and racist policing that has sparked protests around the nation.
In Our Daily Breather, we asked artists to recommend ways to find calm in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. We've collected some of the recommendations for physical activity that artists shared.
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to an explosion in online shopping and physical store closures in the U.S. To survive, brands will need to adapt their customer experience to changes in shopping behaviors. In conversation with Adweek's senior editor of brands Robert Klara during The Future of Shopping virtual event, Jenna Flateman Posner, vp of
Internet service providers' promise to not cut off customers who can't pay their bills and to waive late fees officially ends today.
Ammar Kalia reflects on his transformation after years spent seeing his body as a receptacle for beer and cigarettes
The NBA will no doubt be keeping a close eye on Orange County, Florida, today to see if the spike in coronavirus cases continues to the place they plan to call home.