10 nutrition myths experts wish would die
THE NEW YORK TIMES

Soy milk can raise the risk of breast cancer. Fat-free foods are healthier than high-fat foods. Vegans and vegetarians are deficient in protein. Some false ideas about nutrition seem to linger in American culture like a terrible song stuck in your head.


How the Netherlands is taming Big Tech
THE NEW YORK TIMES

In 2021, privacy consultants working for two Dutch universities issued a critical report card on Google’s education apps, a set of classroom tools like Google Docs that are used by more than 170 million students and educators worldwide.

John Cale’s musical journey knows no limits
THE NEW YORK TIMES

LOS ANGELES – Just a few years after he’d left the provincial Welsh mining town where he was born, a 23-year-old John Cale was invited – along with his friend Lou Reed and their budding band the Velvet Underground – to Andy Warhol’s Factory in New York.



A breach at LastPass has password lessons for us all
THE NEW YORK TIMES

While many of us were unplugging from the internet to spend time with loved ones over the holidays, LastPass, the maker of a popular security program for managing digital passwords, delivered the most unwanted gift.



2023 will wow us on the launch pad and in the sky
THE NEW YORK TIMES

As years in space and astronomy go, 2022 is going to be a tough act to follow. NASA wowed us with cosmic scenes captured by the James Webb Space Telescope. The DART mission slammed an asteroid into a new orbit. Artemis I set humanity on a course back to the moon.