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After dating in Spain, France, and Scotland, I'll never date in the US again.
Before the pandemic, I was living in the United States, drifting through an endless stream of first dates.
My family was chased off our land in Texas by a racist mob. More than 80 years later, I own it again.
My secret to traveling on a budget costs $129 a year. I've used it to stay in waterfront homes and mansions for free.
Two years ago, I became an empty nester and wanted to start traveling. My travel list was long, but my budget was tight with a kid in college. So, I star
The 4 things you definitely can't miss if you visit Sedona, Arizona
Sedona, Arizona, is an outstanding travel spot, drawing visitors with its radiant red rocks, exceptional hiking trails, and reputation as a spiritual mecc
AA didn't work for me. I'm 6 years sober because of queer support networks.
My road to recovery from alcoholism, like so many others, is defined by its potholes. The first pothole was the deepest.
One family has been running Hanoi's best fish noodle shop for 20 years. They swear the secret to their success lives in the tree next door.
"It's a goddess. Her name is Bà Đông Cuông."
She spent her inheritance sending money to TikTok Livestreamers. What started as a game turned into addiction.
Before losing most of her inheritance on TikTok, Cindi White wasn't very interested in social media. White, a 65-year-old former insurance investigator who lives alone in Burlington County, New Jersey, spent the year she retired traveling — dining in Dubai, sipping cocktails by the sea in Montego Bay, Jamaica, or …
Here's What Holiday Burnout Does to Your Body and How to Protect Yourself Against It
Simple tasks can feel overwhelming and you might not want to tackle your to-do list.
I think the Michelin Guide missed Hanoi's 5 best street food spots
When the Michelin Guide to dropped earlier this year, they really stirred the pot. Exasperated netizens took to social media and ruthlessly criticized the list, with a lot of anger targeted at the street food recommendations. "It'
My partner is from Peru, and I'm from the US. Our 'Spanish-only' days bring us closer together.
• When I first met my boyfriend on Tinder, I saw he was bilingual so I messaged him in Spanish. • We've been together for a year and a half; now we have special days where we only speak in Spanish. • Making language errors helps me embrace imperfection and …
Longevity runs in my family. Here are 4 common traits I noticed that seemed to help them live longer.
When I was younger, I thought it was normal for an 80-year-old grandma to spend her week driving to estate sales, looking for swag to stock her weekend flea-market booth. And later, for my 82-year-old mom to buy a two-story townhouse with all the bedrooms upstairs. Not only was it …
I'm an American spending Thanksgiving as a combat nurse under fire on the frontline in Ukraine
This as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Rebekah Maciorowski, 28, about her decision to move from Denver, Colorado, to Ukraine after Russia's full-scale invasion last year. The following has been edited for length and clarity.
Jamie Valentino is a freelance journalist and columnist who has written for WIRED, Vice, Reader's Digest, The Daily Beast, Queerty, and more. His essays and articles have been republished in over 30 newspapers nationwide.
I had a young, fun mother like Lorelai Gilmore. I don't want that type of relationship with my future children.
• Growing up, my mom and I had a super close relationship like Rory and Lorelai from "Gilmore Girls." • I can now see how our lack of boundaries put some unfair emotional pressure on me as a kid. • I'll take a different approach for my future children and …
Ukraine's security service raided a factory in Ukraine making uniforms for the Russian national ski team, report says
• A factory in western Ukraine was caught making uniforms for Russia's national ski team, a report says. • Ukraine's security service said it found a production line for the ski team in Zakarpattia Oblast. • It said the facility was owned by a foreign national and started producing the …
Ukraine sends 'army of drones' to fight Russian troops
Ukraine says its drones hit over 300 Russian targets in a week. Ukrainian missiles struck and damaged a new Russian cruise missile carrier purported to join the Black Sea Fleet later this year.
Israeli military surrounds Gaza City as troops prepare to enter
Israel's military fired 450 airstrikes overnight, cutting off Gaza City. The death toll has reportedly climbed to over 10,000 people.
Freed Israeli hostage 'went through hell'
85-year-old Israeli hostage Yocheved Lifshitz was freed by Hamas on October 23. She told reporters of her terror and an unexpected kindness.
Israel now waging war on three battle fronts — Palestinian territories, Lebanon, and Syria
Israel is now waging war on three battle fronts — Palestinian territories, Lebanon, and Syria. As the conflict escalates, the US is boosting its military presence and sending Israel air defense systems.
The Hosts of MTV's 'Help! I'm in a Secret Relationship!' Share Their Tips to Know If Your Partner Is Keeping You a Secret
The premise of the show is helping people who are in secret relationships get to the truth.
Moving my 85-year-old mom in with us wasn't an easy decision. But I'd do it again.
When my 85-year-old mom fell and sprained her ankle, she moved in with us to recover. She didn't like living alone, so being with our family and her two teenage grandsons for a f
6-year-old stabbed to death in alleged hate crime
Officials say a 6-year-old Palestinian American boy was stabbed to death by his landlord in Illinois. The suspect has been charged with a hate crime.
He's Trying to Charge $100 for Phở in Ho Chi Minh City. That's 50 Times The Usual Price. I Had to Try It.
"The implicit rule of phở is: Don't fuck with phở." Those were the words of Peter Cuong Franklin, the founder and head chef at Anan Saigon, when he gave me his take on phở's controversial history earlier this year.
Stranded ship and homes point to worsening drought in Amazon
Half a million people living along the Amazon River face dire circumstances from a historic drought.
If You Feel Like Time Is Flying by As You Get Older, You're Not Alone. Here's How to Savor the Moment.
Doing puzzles and getting enough sleep help the brain make new memories.
Dramatic combat videos show brutal fight between Israel and Hamas
Videos released by both sides of the Israel-Hamas conflict show intense scenes of combat.
Israel bombards Gaza with 200 airstrikes in one night
Israel Defense Forces launched over 200 airstrikes towards Gaza on October 10, 2023. Israel plans to lay full siege of the area, cutting off supplies and utilities for 2.3 million civilians.
The AI 100 2023: The top people in artificial intelligence
It may seem like AI emerged in the mainstream consciousness from nowhere. But not everyone is surprised. For prescient researchers, founders, and others who make up Insider's AI 100, this moment was inevitable. Even among those who predicted this moment, the speed with which AI has arrived on the world …
I Spent The Day Exploring Ho Chi Minh City's Former Mafia Hot Spot and Recommend Other Tourists Do The Same
Two decades back, one of Vietnam's notorious mafia bosses was executed by a firing squad. Truong Van Cam, more commonly known as Nam Cam, or Vietnam's "Godfather," oversaw a vast criminal network that controlled much of Ho Chi Minh City's District 4. It was the ideal place for him to …