Getting cheated on sucks—and it’s even worse when the proof is all over Instagram
Welcome to the age of public infidelity.
Why users are waging war against Instagram’s confusing policies on nude selfies
Chrissy Teigen is just the latest celebrity to protest the site's moderation guidelines.
America’s schools are failing black people
When will education have its own #BlackLivesMatter movement?
The worst allegations from the disgusting American Apparel scandal
American Apparel's disgraced former CEO is even creepier than you think—and he's likely not alone.
Why didn’t Google learn from the failure of Google +?
Google should stick to what it's good at: innovation.
You might be surprised by how political campaigns use your data
It's 2015. Do you know where your data is?
The biggest problem with the Apple Watch is about to get even worse
Not everyone loves the features in the Apple Watch.
It’s time to retire the Confederate flag
You lost the war. Flying the flag at this point is just petty
Reddit’s war on trolls isn’t about making the site PC—it’s about harassment
Why doesn't the Internet understand the difference?
Shaming your neighbors on social media won’t solve California’s water crisis
Here's the real reason behind California's deadly drought.
Congress could shut down the government yet again—and here’s the real cost
It's not just annoying. It's killing the economy.
Deleting your browser history could land you 20 years in prison
The absence of evidence isn't proof of a crime.
The case for mandatory voting in America
If the Internet hasn't made Americans more engaged, it's time for the law to step in.
Parents, stop publicly shaming your kids on the Internet
We know that humiliating people on the Internet is abusive, so why are we letting parents do it?