A single pill could take the sting out of our memories of trauma.
The New Republic
Two percent of humans can hear the Hum, a mysterious, low rumble in the distance. It might exist. It might be imaginary. It might be both.
Inside a world where a user named Pizza can amass millions of followers, transform internet humor, get caught peddling diet pills in get-rich-quick schemes, and have her blog shut down—all before graduating high school.
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A profile of Killer Mike, the self-described “gangsta rap suburban father” whose speech about Ferguson went viral last fall.
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The meanings of coiffure, from follicle to shaft.
The Chinese want to steal our genetically-engineered grain secrets. Why?
Visiting with the Christian fighters defending Iraq’s Nineveh Plains.