A national survey revealed that only 12% of Americans think they’re among the most interesting people they know. That got us thinking: What do Americans find interesting?Read More
We’ve added new historical biographies from Walter Isaacson and Ron Chernow, the latest fiction from Jennifer Egan and John Green, provoking business reads from Phil Knight and Steve Case, and more this October.Read More
Also: Netflix ends ‘House of Cards’ after allegations against Kevin Spacey, judge blocks Trump’s transgender military ban, and more.Read More
Why is being interesting so important? A recent study found that being boring could prevent you from landing your dream job.Read More
Also: Some secrets emerge from the JFK files, actress Rose McGowan ends her silence over sexual assault, and more.Read More
Also: Amazon announces a new service to deliver packages inside homes when customers are away, a wild Game 2 of the World Series breaks the home run record, and more.Read More
Also: GOP Senator Jeff Flake, a vocal critic of Trump, makes surprise announcement that he won’t seek reelection; Senate kills a rule allowing class-action lawsuits against banks; and more.Read More
Also: A special preview from PC Magazine explains why it’s time for a digital universal ID; demand for Stephen Hawking’s 1966 thesis crashes Cambridge University website; and more.Read More
Also: Thirty-eight women accuse director James Toback of sexual harassment, five living ex-presidents attend hurricane relief concert, and more.Read More
Also: Members of Congress demand details on deadly attack in Niger, Dodgers head to the World Series, and more.
Also: Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney says she was molested by former USA Gymnastics team doctor, Nielsen will start measuring viewership for streaming shows, and more.Read More
Also: Federal judges block President Trump’s third attempt at a travel ban; George Saunders wins the prestigious Man Booker award for his novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo”; and more.Read More
Also: Trump’s nominee for drug czar withdraws after opioid report, car bomb kills investigative journalist, and more.Read More
Also: Academy revokes Harvey Weinstein’s membership, firefighters get a handle on Northern California fires, and more.
Weary of depressing dystopians? Consider reading the utopian novel Herland instead.Read More
Also: Equifax takes down webpage after report of new cybersecurity “situation,” Chief of Staff John Kelly gives a press conference, and more.
Also: Boy Scouts will allow girls to join, hostages rescued after five years of captivity in Afghanistan, and more.
Also: Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie allege they were sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein, MacArthur ‘genius’ award winners announced, and more.Read More
Also: EPA announces plans to reverse Obama-era curbs on carbon emissions, ESPN suspends anchor for violating social media policy, and more.Read More
Also: Trump ties immigration demands to DACA deal, the vice president stages a protest of his own, and more.