March 19, 2015

The Cancer Gap

No two cancers are alike. But what will it take to give every patient equal care?

Diplomacy of Distrust in Iran

U.S.-Iran nuclear talks will never overcome decades of suspicion. Can both sides deal with that?

Benjamin Netanyahu’s Disgrace in Victory

Israel’s Prime Minister won a tragic election by vilifying Arabs and defacing Israel’s history

The Grandparent Clock

There’s often one forgotten variable in the decision about when to have kids

The New Caliphates

Scott Walker: Playing to Win

He changed the rules of the political game as Governor of Wisconsin. Next up, the nation

Who Let the Bears Out?

The end of easy money means a market correction of significant proportions

The Squeeze on Elite Colleges

Top schools appear more exclusive than ever. But a high-quality education has never been easier to find

The Skinny on Diet Soda

Is it time to kick artificial sugars out of the can?

Review: The Sad Guys of World Gone By

Dennis Lehane’s hero is a melancholy mobster

Affable Aliens in Dreamworks’ Home

Home-spun chemistry unites two comics and a diva

Milestones

What You Said About …

Briefing

Serena Is a Thriller That Squanders a Dynamic Duo

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence go to waste in the new movie

Terry Pratchett

Prolific fantasy author

Hillary Clinton’s Search Party

Lingering email questions could be a factor in her campaign

Review: Little Miss Sunshine Girl

A spooky YouTube series migrates to print

The Culture

How Meerkat Became the Star of South by Southwest

Live-streaming took off at the festival

Play Ball—Faster

New rules may finally speed up America’s pastime

10 Questions With James Baker

As PBS airs a new documentary about him, the politician talks about current events and his career

Pop Chart

Michael Graves

Architect

The New Tool for Marketers: Your Face

Businesses are using facial analysis to see if their campaigns are working on you

Bob Iger, Media Mogul

The Disney CEO and Chairman has big projects ahead with Star Wars and Frozen 2

Does Nintendo Have Any Big Ideas Left?

The beloved gamemaker has struggled in an age of smartphones and tablets. But its top leaders say they have plans to even the score

Kendrick Lamar’s Butterfly Effect

A new anthem of black identity

In You Are You, A Place for Happy Campers

Documenting a rural retreat for gender-creative kids

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