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Are Video Games the Best New Social Network?

By Peter Suderman

They are no longer lonely pursuits for recluses. A wave of new games are designed to be a way to hang out with friends.

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This Is What It Sounds Like When Brands Cry

By Lauren Oyler

A Burger King commercial reveals the perils of corporate relatability.

Planning a Party for 100 Guests? Piece of Cake

By Ronda Kaysen

Not everyone can turn their house into party central, but those who do tend to have a knack for it.

Thanks for the Invite! I’ll Have to Let You Know

By Ginny Hogan

One potential party guest’s saga.

How to Throw a Celebratory Spring Dinner Party

By Thessaly La Force

In New York, the chef and artist Laila Gohar hosted an evening inspired by an Egyptian holiday.

A Room Without Books Is Just Very Sad

By Sophie Haigney

Tag your shelf! Hotels, restaurants, shops and yachts stock up on beautiful and lamentably inexpensive treasures.

AOC says only a 'sea sponge' would believe her '12 days' doomsday remark, but most Dems bought it

By Lukas Mikelionis

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s claim that the world will “end in 12 years” unless climate change is tackled was accepted as a fact by two-thirds of Democrats, even though she said herself that only those with the “social intelligence of a sea sponge” could actually believe it.

AOC says only a 'sea sponge' would believe her '12 years' doomsday remark, but most Dems bought it

By Lukas Mikelionis

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s claim that the world will “end in 12 years” unless climate change is tackled was accepted as a fact by two-thirds of Democrats, even though she said herself that only those with the “social intelligence of a sea sponge” could actually believe it.

Russia’s Youth Found Rap. The Kremlin Is Worried.

By Ivan Nechepurenko

Streaming and social networks took music out of the hands of the country’s cultural guardians and let a new generation of artists emerge.

Five clauses for a new European Social Contract

By Dan Kersch, Franziska Giffey, Hubertus Heil, JΓ‘n Richter, JosΓ© AntΓ³nio Vieira da Silva, Magdalena Valerio Cordero, Romain Schneider, Ylva Johansson

A group of Socialist employment ministers set out five requirements for a new European Social Contract, ranging from equal pay and social dialogue to reducing inequality.

EU socialists say Romania’s Victor Ponta is β€˜fully unreliable’

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

Romania’s former Prime Minister Victor Ponta, who has left the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD) and formed his own ProRomania party, cannot be trusted as he changes his mind every week, a high-ranking EU socialist told EURACTIV.com.  

EU elections 2019: Where do parties stand on migration?

By Beatriz Rios

Although irregular arrivals in Europe are at their lowest level in five years, migration remains one of the top priorities for European citizens in the upcoming EU election. EURACTIV has looked into the European parties’ proposals on the matter.

Why High-Class People Get Away With Incompetence

By HEATHER MURPHY

People who came from higher social classes were more likely to have an inflated sense of their skills, a new study found. This overconfidence was interpreted by strangers as competence.

Europe needs a new Social Contract for Sustainability and Just Transition

By Udo Bullmann

What happens after the European elections will determine the future of Europe. The next European Commission must support a new European Social Contract, writes Udo Bullmann.

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