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In the Latest Issue

Sep 11, 2014

Never Offline
The Apple Watch is just the start. How wearable tech will change your life—like it or not

Apple’s Watch Will Make People and Computers More Intimate
The new device will bring us one step closer to human-machine symbiosis

Missed Chance on Immigration
Obama had an opportunity to do something great. Instead, he hid behind the politics

The Artful Dodgers
Companies that flee the U.S. to avoid taxes have forgotten how they got so big in the first place

Disruptive Technology Is Changing How Kids Learn
Research show new tools can make kids more engaged and more creative

Kansas Makes a Race
Democrats quit a Senate battle in hopes of winning the war

Brutal Ray Rice Video Exposes Failures of a National Obsession
Football is not a game anymore

Chris Kluwe: NFL Would Rather Sell Women Pink Jerseys Than Protect Them
In football, and in the case of Ray Rice, the tape never lies. But the NFL sure has

Ray Rice’s Abuse Video: Seeing is Believing a Crime Really Happened
In many horrific contexts, images have the power to wake up our outrage to abstract wrongs

Robin Givens on Domestic Violence: ‘Why I Stayed’
The actress and activist on how video and social media are changing the way we treat women struggling with abusive relationships

Kirsten Gillibrand: ‘The Way the NFL Handled This Was Disgraceful’

Changing The Culture

The Never-Ending War
The setting remains the same, but new enemies and allies have emerged

The Power of Sleep
New research shows a good night's rest isn't a luxury--it's critical for your brain and for your health

The Culture

Pop Chart

Henry Kissinger Reminds Us Why Realism Matters
In his new book, the 91-year-old statesman strikes a note of humility

Terry Crews Won’t Hit the Brakes
What makes Hollywood's most driven overachiever run

Almost Everybody’s Got Talent
Simon Cowell's improbable shows sweep the globe

Tana French’s Relentless Mystery
What makes the Irish author's novels so singular

New Show Charts Highs and Lows of Heels
Fashion historians celebrate foot wear at museum exhibition

Working From $9 to $5
Thanks to the new economy's outsourcing websites, even my "job" just got easier

10 Questions with Sheryl Sandberg
The Facebook executive talks about young love, big mistakes and why she wants college students to Lean In

Remembering Joan Rivers, Comedy Diva
Comedy diva

World

Briefing

The Highest Sacrifice

A Day In The Life
Apple wants consumers to connect with its watch from morning to night with these apps

Birth Control Curveball

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