Nicki Minaj’s perfectionism is painfully visible
The run-up to her new album ‘Queen’ has not been smooth.
The greatest video games nobody ever talks about
The booming business of luxury chicken diapers
We haven’t figured out how to handle online conspiracies
Dear Fuck-Up: I feel like I’m falling behind my peers
‘Minding the Gap’ is an unforgettable coming-of-age documentary
Yelp, my favorite app, is full of assholes
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Ticketing app AXS scrapes everything it can get from your phone
Guy Fieri is serving BBQ to wildfire victims
Let’s nationalize MoviePass
What really scares teens?
Enjoy these classic works of art reinterpreted as toast
The Tesla magic is gone
NOBODY is talking about how the online depression community has been infiltrated by alt-right recruiters.
The online status indicator is dead
Chance the false media savior
The FTC has taken Uber‘s money and is giving it to Uber drivers
Apple Music might finally be overtaking Spotify in the U.S.
Dogs might be happier when they’re free
Remembering the fantastic visions of Steve Ditko
The ‘House of Cards’ redemption tour is weird and unnecessary
If you can’t tear down the bad statues, create a bunch of good ones
Socialite grifter Anna Delvey wants pen pals
Xtian Miller’s kinetic typography posters are pure design pornography
A $139,000 vanilla heist
There are still 1,728 Confederate symbols on display in the U.S.
The amount of money that the Department of Defense plans on investing in artificial intelligence in 2019.
Here’s what tech companies are spending to influence the government
Facebook, Amazon, Google, and others spent millions last quarter to influence Washington on a handful of specific issues.
By Paris Martineau