Nancy and Ronald Reagan at the Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Mo., on Aug. 19, 1976.
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March 10, 2016 7:14 AM EST

The Party of Reagan Is No More

Once known for common sense, the GOP gives way to Donald Trump

Remembering Nancy Reagan: The End of a White House Love Story
“Nancy came along and saved my soul”

Patti Davis: How I Remember Mother

Nancy Reagan’s daughter reflects

Distracted by Trump, We, the Media, Came Too Late to the Promise of John Kasich

He has the substantive side of the campaign covered

Greed, Politics and the Biggest Oil Boom in Decades

In 2007, Oklahoma had one earthquake. Last year, there were more than 900. What happened?

Why Would Democrats Vote for Trump? It’s All About Trade

The unionized heartland is focused on jobs

In City of Gold, One Writer’s Quest to Eat, Play, Love

The documentary follows L.A. food critic Jonathan Gold

Foreign Filibusters

Review: Family Secrets Abound in ABC’s Real O’Neals

Martha Plimpton leads a chaotic clan

This Landmark Mission Gets Us Closer to Mars—But Only a Little

The next steps are complicated

The Return of Perennial Man-Child Pee-wee Herman

Paul Reubens returns, this time on Netflix

Meet Kasper Rorsted, the Future Adidas CEO

He’s taking over the troubled company as sales of sportswear are exploding

Milestones

8 Questions With Sally Field

The Oscar-winning star of Hello, My Name Is Doris, an indie comedy about May-December love, discusses her career, her ballot and Hollywood’s big issue

How I Taught Myself to Cook–With a Kit

Companies like Plated, Hello Fresh and Blue Apron measure, box and ship out every ingredient

George Martin

A pioneer of pop production

Me and My Fitness Tracker

How can this brutally honest marriage last?

Startups Are Not As Disruptive As They Appear

Review: ‘Daredevil’ Bedeviled by Darkness

The second season compounds the failures of the first

Verbatim

The Big Names In Brazil’s Corruption Scandal

How Our Nostalgia Obsession Is Killing TV

Too many producers are opting to reboot old hits

Review: Nonsequel 10 Cloverfield LaneIs Better Than the Original

The film builds buzz with a thrilling score

Here’s What’s Wrong with the American Diet

A new study finds we eat too much processed foods

Turkey’s Erdogan Feels the Pressure

In a Nation of Single Ladies, First Comes Love, Then Comes Whatever You Want

Reviewing Rebecca Traister’s new book

Surprising Science About Food

Research is turning up new insights about commonly consumed nutrients

How China Is Getting In the Way of Its Own Economy

The Math Myth

What You Said About …

Pop Chart

Quick Talk With Eugene Levy

The actor discusses the second season ofSchitt’s Creek

The Sky-High Slide

Take the Perfect Nap

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