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In the Latest Issue

Feb 04, 2016

Hillary on the Race, Her Rivals, and Angry Voters

The Race of a Lifetime

The Politics and the Law

In Our Overdocumented Lives, Letting Go Has Gotten a Lot Harder

Every memory lives on in the digital world

Zika’s Toll

A virus with links to birth defects sends fear through the Americas

Ken Speaks: ‘I Will Always Love Barbie, No Matter Her Size’

'If you love Barbie like I love her, you have to let her change—because if you don't, the Elsa dolls have won'

Review: Fighting the Undead in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Review: The Coen Brothers Pack Hail, Caesar! with Fanciful Hollywood Curlicues

Josh Brolin stars in an love letter to Hollywood that doesn't quite hang together, but could make one hell of a highlights reel

Milestones

Verbatim

Review: Peter Bergen’s United States of Jihad

Be afraid. Be, well, only a little afraid

10 Questions With Samantha Bee

With the debut of Full Frontal on TBS, theDaily Show alum becomes the only female late-night host. Her pitch: “Watch or you’re sexist”

Speedy Signals

Hulu Goes Back in Time With Stephen King’s 11/22/63

And tries to save a president

The Floating Bonsai

Air Bonsai, a miniature tree that rotates in space, has raised more than $600,000 in less than two weeks on Kickstarter--more than quintuple its goal. Here's how it works, according to its Japanese creators, Hikaru Hoshi and Masanori Imayoshi.

Anger Management

After a wild preseason, GOP voters take sides

What Reality TV Can Teach the 2016 Candidates

Lessons from the small screen

Why a Scandal Won’t Stop Abenomics

Inside the Fossil Fuel Fight in the Pacific Northwest

The thin green line in Oregon

Better Call Saul Season 2 Breaks the Spin-Off Curse

Reviewing the Breaking Bad offshoot

Obstacles on the Road to Peace In Syria

A Powerful New Tool for ‘Editing’ the Human Genome

Are scientists ready?

What Marco Rubio Must Do Next

He prospered by laying low. Can it last?

How to Survive the New Economic Normal

Lessons from Iowa

The first caucus may be over, but its results will affect campaigns for months to come

Leo, the Bear and the Confounding Oscar Race of 2016

Inside the competition for the Academy Awards

What to Do With Winter Squash

Five gourds to live by

The Importance of Being Little

Retirees’ Biggest Asset May Be Hiding In Plain Sight

Considering the reverse mortgage

Vincent ‘Buddy’ Cianci

Beloved mayor, convicted felon

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