Verizon’s Zombie Cookie Gets New Life
Verizon is merging its cellphone tracking supercookie with AOL’s ad tracking network to match users’ online habits with their offline details.
By ProPublica ProPublica.org
Encore!! for Hollywood's New, Inspiring Films About Older Adults
Hollywood gets smart about value of older market and begins to star older actors and actresses in roles that highlight possibilities and that inspire.
By Helen Dennis
Acting Tips for the Living
An actor's trick for making the same scene new each night turns out to be a good lesson for keeping lives fresh, too.
By Judy Rosemarin
How to (Almost) Land Yourself in Jail
A rude air passenger's relentless requests to change seats in a transatlantic flight gets an unexpected result, which takes things to the brink.
By Ann Sheybani
Alex Rodriquez's Unlikely Comeback
New York Yankees tarnished aging star makes a surprising—and team-saving—comeback after a one-year suspension for using steroids.
By Richard Kagan
Beyond Tragedy: Honoring Her Parents with a Bubbe's Lessons
Fifty-three years after her parents' death in a car accident and after other losses, a writer shares the lessons her grandmother taught that kept her going.
By Rabbi Richard F. Address, D.Min
Climbing a Wind Turbine
When researchers working on a wind farm conducting a bird and bat mortality study climb 28 stories to the top of a wind turbine, they lose their breath—from a 28-story climb and an awesome view.
By Robert Tymstra
Elders Call for Climate Wake-Up
Members of the Elders Climate Action took over Union Station in Washington as part of an effort to lobby Congress to preserve the EPA's Clean Air Plan.
By Meg Newhouse
Heart of a Warrior
The essential qualities of the warrior are not fearless and physical force.
By Barbara McAfee
Missed Opportunity: Looking Into the Pope's Eyes
Magic moments may be caught on cameras, but the experience—as rare as looking into Pope's eyes— lost forever.
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