A day in the life of a Brooklyn laundromat.
Monday, July 26
Should modern medicine shift its end-of-life priorities, focusing less on staving off death and more on improving a patient’s last days?
Friday, July 23
In 1937, Harvard researchers began following the lives of 268 students. Year after year, the men were interviewed and given medical and psychological exams. The goal? Find a formula for happiness.
A Hollywood screenwriter finds out his identity’s been stolen when a hooker calls–from his private office–demanding to be paid for the sex they didn’t just have.
Thursday, July 22
The Estonia was carrying 989 passengers when it sank in 30-foot seas on its way across the Baltic in September 1994. More than 850 lost their lives. The ones who survived acted quickly and remained calm.
John Friend, who founded a new school of yoga, says the practice should be about both exercise and spirituality. Oh, and making money.
A writer for Conan O’Brien on how The Tonight Show really ended and on how his boss got screwed.
Inside the real lives of trolls–those who intentionally provoke, confuse, and generally screw with strangers online–whose pranks balance gleeful malice with organized efforts against Scientologists.
Wednesday, July 21
Erich Spangenberg is in the business of owning other people’s ideas. He makes a fortune.
Her suicide made headlines around the world after classmates were indicted on felony charges related to bullying. The real story isn’t that simple.