Why Virtual Reality Is About to Change the World
It’s nearly upon us, and it could revolutionize the way we live, play and learn
Why Good Border Fences Don’t Always Make Good Neighbors
Rather than building walls, politicians need to address root causes
What It’s Like to Be Out in Africa
While gay rights are on the rise in the U.S., violent homophobia remains rampant in many African nations
The Koch Brothers Reboot for 2016
To elect a Republican, the power brokers have retooled with more money, better strategy and a new plan for victory
Jon Stewart’s Term as Voice of Reason Comes to an End
The Daily Show host says goodbye after 16 years on the air
Meryl’s Bad Movie Moms Are a ‘Flash’ of Inspiration
In her latest, Streep plays an MIA rocker mother
Review: Robyn’s Tribute to Dance Floors of Decades Past
The singer’s ‘mini-album’ Love Is Free is out Aug. 7
Review: Louis de Bernières’s The Dust That Falls From Dreams
The guns of August—and what came after
Review: Diary of a Teenage Girl Is an Honest Entry on Teen Sexuality
Bel Powley and Alexander Skarsgard star in the adaptation
The ‘Waze’ and Means of Parenting
How a new crowd-sourced traffic app changed my summer
10 Questions With Anthony Bourdain
At work on a global food hall in New York and a new season of his television show, the chef and author dishes on the way we eat now
Do you Need to Buy Organic to Get the Best of Summer’s Produce?
What to put in your grocery bag
Should Prostitution Be Legal?
Amnesty International is poised to vote on a measure some hope would protect sex workers
The Long Journey From North Korea to Freedom
New memoirs describe life during one of the greatest disasters—and most secret—the world has ever known
President Obama Takes the Lead on Climate Change
But he needs the world to follow
Do You Want a President You Can Drink a Beer With?
The most likable, talented, trusted candidate does not always win
Major retailers recently agreed to stop selling realistic toy guns in New York, per a settlement with the state’s attorney general. Here, other playthings that caused a stir:
The Hybrid Airplane
Dutch carrier KLM and Delft University of Technology recently unveiled concepts for the Advanced Hybrid Engine Aircraft Development (AHEAD), a sleek aircraft designed to streamline the flying experience. Here’s how it works.
Offbeat Power Players
After years of turmoil, U.S. hydropower production is poised to grow by more than 5% in 2016, according to new data. But globally, the renewable energy resource is getting some unexpected competition.
The Arizona Cardinals announced July 27 that Welter would be an assistant coach, making her the first female coach in the NFL.
The veteran comedian stars in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, an eight-episode series now streaming on Netflix that is a prequel to the 2001 film with a cult following.
Mullah Mohammad Omar
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- Welcome to the Era of Unapologetic Bad Taste
- As the Virus Evolves, COVID-19 Reinfections Are Going to Keep Happening
- A New York Mosque Becomes a Refuge for Afghan Teens Who Fled Without Their Families
- High Gas Prices are Oil Companies' Fault says Ro Khanna, and Democrats Should Go After Them
- Two Million Cases: COVID-19 May Finally Force North Korea to Open Up