Lena Dunham Posts (Naked) Instagram Photos 9 Months After Hysterectomy

In February, Lena Dunham revealed that she’d had a hysterectomy to deal with the chronic pain caused by her endometriosis. Now, nine months later, she’s marked the occasion with a series of naked Instagram selfies. Dunham, who had her cervix and uterus removed, captioned the three images by saying she is “mostly healed” and that she wanted to show her…

15 snacks you can only find in the UK

Those who travel to the UK will be intrigued by a number of things — the variety of accents, the music scene, and the dreary weather, for starters. Beyond those things, however, the most intense culture shock visitors will experience will likely come when they are exposed to the world of British snacks. While supermarkets in the UK don’t carry…

Suit alleges Unikrn initial coin offering broke SEC rules, esports betting startup calls claim meritless

Unikrn was one of the Seattle 10 companies in 2015, recognizing its status as one of the region’s most promising startups. (GeekWire Photo / Kevin Lisota) Unikrn, the Seattle-area esports betting startup, is being sued on allegations that the company skirted federal regulations during its initial coin offering last year. ICOs are an increasingly popular and controversial way for companies…

Prince William and Prince Harry are the most famous members of a family that goes back 100 years — see the British monarchy’s full family tree

The royal family tree of Britain’s monarchy is enormous and complicated. The more famous royals, like Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, and Prince Harry — who married American actress Meghan Markle — are easily recognizable to most people. But there’s a whole host of distant cousins that are part of the British royal family tree chart. Here’s a look at…

Why the U.S. Should Provide Universal Basic Income

America is the richest civilization in history. Why, then, are our living standards so low compared to those of other wealthy democracies? “There’s a big idea out there that could help solve this,” says The Atlantic writer Annie Lowrey. “It’s called a universal basic income.” In a new animated video, Lowrey argues that UBI—a concept that has existed for more…