Anti-Vape Laws Could Do More Harm Than Good

Since July, a mysterious vaping-related lung illness has swept the country, sickening more than 2,200 people and killing 48. As the illnesses and deaths proliferated, so too did vaping bans. The city of San Francisco had already banned e-cigarette sales, and by September Massachusetts outlawed

Ask Dr. NerdLove: Is My Wife Emotionally Abusive?

Hello, all you little orgasm dermestid beetles, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating advice column to help you take your relationship out of early access. This week, we’re talking about the moments in a person’s life that are the most incandescent, as

The War on Polio Just Entered Its Most Dangerous Phase

In Afghanistan, the problem has been religious unrest. The Taliban imposed overlapping bans on vaccination, both in big events and in house-to-house “mop-up” days afterward. (They are now allowing vaccine to be administered in public buildings, but not in homes.) In Pakistan, the issue is

The Tale of WeWork Is Being Made Into a TV Show

Hello, and welcome to another edition of The Monitor, WIRED’s pop culture roundup. What’s happening this week? Well, the WeWork saga is being turned into a TV show, and Marvel TV is shutting down. There’s also a trailer for the movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s

Which Big Expenses Are Worth Splurging On?

We’re all told to save up as much money as possible. But are there some things that are worth spending a few extra bucks on? In the video above, personal finance expert and I Will Teach You to Be Rich author Ramit Sethi gives his