The complete guide to working out before work
Life inevitably gets in the way of your gym date. That’s why people who exercise in the morning are more likely to stick with it, Barbara Brehm, a professor of exercise and sport studies at Smith College in Massachusetts and author of the recently released textbook, Psychology of Health and Fitness, told Quartz. “It’s because they…
This is why dressing for success looks like wearing yoga pants to bed.
Why Was the FBI Investigating Michael Hastings’ Reporting on Bowe Bergdahl? | VICE News
What if there’s a better way forward than developing new drugs? What if we could “reverse evolution” and take germs to the state they were in the 1960s, when drug resistance wasn’t such a big problem?
At the time of the story’s publication, the media had all but forgotten about Bergdahl — who was released on Saturday after five years in the hands of the Taliban, in exchange for five Guantanamo prisoners. And, with the exception of some initial chatter, Hastings’ piece, which paints a deeply unflattering picture of Bergdahl’s unit and its leadership, hardly had the impact of some of his other investigations.
But someone did pay attention to it: the FBI.
A Third Iraq War?
Considering the failure of America’s two earlier interventions in Iraq, Robin Wright argues that any plan for stability this time around has to begin with the underlying political problem: http://nyr.kr/1njrxGp
Above: Volunteers train at military base in the Shiite holy city of Najaf; June 17, 2014. Photograph by Jaber al-Helo/AP.
The next agent orange: why is the US military making its soldiers sick?
To an unsuspecting eye, the Torres family home is indistinguishable from the other bungalows that line a flat, treeless stretch of road somewhere off US Route 77. Under an unforgiving Texas sun,…
A story two years in the making for me, and a four-month project for several of us at The Verge. Read.