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I Took Yale's 'Most Popular Class Ever'—and It Completely Changed How I Spend My Money

“Money doesn’t buy happiness.” For most of my life, I’ve found this idea impossible to justify. Anyone who says a million dollars won’t make them happier must be delusional.

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Why New York City Stopped Building Subways

Nearly 80 years ago, a construction standstill derailed the subway’s progress, leading to its present crisis. This is the story, decade by decade.

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Audit Suggests Google Favors a Small Number of Major Outlets

But for all the influence Google has in directing attention, we know painfully little about how its algorithm selects and curates news. Which sites does it direct traffic toward? And how does Google’s news curation impact the diversity of information found?

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The Best Ideas Are the Ones That Make the Least Sense

Think business is all about rational thought and logic? Think again -- and to find the biggest, best ideas, start thinking way outside the box.

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What We Get Wrong About Lyme Disease

The stories we tell about the epidemic get things backward.

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These Are the Only Three Money Apps You Need

How many money apps do you have? Turns out, the perfect number might be three: a budgeting app, an investment tracker, and a credit monitoring service.

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Many Americans Will Need Long-Term Care. Most Won’t be Able to Afford It.

A decade from now, most middle-income seniors will not be able to pay the rising costs of independent or assisted living.

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Eat Food. All the Time. Mostly Junk.

How the “food revolution” turned us into snackers, guaranteeing the demise of healthy home cooking

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Inside the Cut-Throat World of Toddler Bike Racing

As our writer cheered on his three-year-old at the Strider Cup in Texas—a merciless race replete with tears, anxiety, and elation—he had one question: Is intense competition good for the tiniest of competitors?

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