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Much of American life is a little—and in some cases, a lot—easier if you have a partner or live with family members or housemates. @jpinsk reports on the way society makes life harder for people who live alone:
Dwindling antibody counts can sound scary, but it’s not always a bad thing: Your body is getting rid of the antibodies that are total trash, reports @KatherineJWu .
The highest court in America isn’t safe from mansplaining. After a 2017 study showed that female justices are disproportionately interrupted by their male colleagues, the Supreme Court is trying to even the playing field. Listen to #TheExperimentPodcast :
A healthy sense of the meaning of life is like a healthy diet: You can achieve it by getting enough—and the right balance—of a few macronutrients, @arthurbrooks writes in this week's "How to Build a Life":
Many are turning to self-care after months in relative isolation. But caring for others might be what we really need, @zakijam writes.
5/5 While Trump took great interest in staging a military parade in D.C., sources say he rejected the idea of such a parade including wounded veterans, because “nobody wants to see that.”
Speedy robots. Constant surveillance. Ruthless quotas. A new @reveal investigation into why the injury rate for Amazon’s warehouse workers is sky-high:
"Not in my memory has a sitting attorney general more diminished the credibility of his department on any subject." on the performance of Bill Barr:
2/ The remark is one of several new revelations about Trump’s seeming contempt for military service, @JeffreyGoldberg reports: