The New York Times answered a reader’s question about women’s clothes and the pocket problem.
PBS NewsHour reported that the Senate has confirmed Adm. Lisa Franchetti to lead the Navy, making her the first woman to be a Pentagon service chief and the first female member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
ScienceAlert shared results from a new study that found how our brains may process Zoom conversations differently than in-person interactions.
ProPublica noted that while federal regulations require insurers to give records to patients facing claim denials, surprise, surprise, they don’t always follow the rules.
Vox explained how to navigate dating when you don’t want kids.
The Washington Post talked to Mercury Stardust, otherwise known as the “Trans Handy Ma’am” on TikTok, about her new book for renters, Safe and Sound: A Renter-Friendly Guide to Home Repair, and shared some of her apartment advice.
The Cut gave advice on how much to spend on gifts this holiday season.
Your Laugh of the Week comes from The New Yorker, with “We’re Really Sorry, but Low-Rise Jeans Are Coming Back.”
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