How Dollar General Took Over Rural America

    As the chain opens stores at the rate of three a day across the U.S., often in the heart of ‘food deserts’, some see Dollar General as an admission that a town is failing.

    Day Two to One Day was showing signs of being a Day Two company, including the alleged manipulation of search. There is reason, though, to be optimistic that the company has gotten back to Day One. Plus, w…

    In Coal Country, the Mines Shut Down, the Women Went to Work and the World Quietly Changed

    From 2010 to 2017, Letcher County in Kentucky saw a greater shift in the gender balance of its labor force than almost any other county in the United States.

    The case for ditching the city and moving to the country

    Plenty of people dream of doing it. Christopher Ingraham’s new book makes a pretty solid case about why you should.

    • Entertainment

    Arnold Schwarzenegger Isn't Competitive. He Just Likes to Win.

    As he proves fighting Gabriel Luna in 'Terminator: Dark Fate,' the 72-year-old is as driven as ever.

    The Water Wars Are Here

    In a warming world, fights over water usage have become ideological battles.

    • Family

    Why Are American Homes So Big?

    The U.S. is in the top tier of house sizes internationally—and it’s not just because of McMansions.