Readers respond to our April 2016 cover story. The Obama Doctrine In April, Jeffrey Goldberg reported on the president’s foreign policy. John Bew called the article “a masterpiece of journalism” in New
Let's face reality: Change is hard! Look at change rates for people with heart issues who are told by their doctors that they are seriously at risk of dying if they do not change their habits. These patients
Ever since the announcement of this year's nominations for the Academy Awards I've been thinking a lot about Nicki Minaj. Allow me to explain. At last year's MTV Video Music Awards an ongoing row online
Most of us make them, but to-do lists make us more stressed and don’t account for how long tasks take. Here are three things to do instead. Nearly two-thirds of professionals write to-do lists, but 41%
As Samsung’s executive team prepares to take to the stage at the Souh Korean’s Galaxy S7 ‘Unpacked’ press event ahead of Mobile World Congress, DJ Koh has a huge task ahead of him. Samsung’s mobile division
The venerable Swiss wristwatch industry may have a smartwatch problem. Global shipments of smartwatches outpaced those of Swiss watches in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to figures released Thursday
When people talk about Florida's Everglades, they often use superlatives: It's the largest protected wilderness east of the Mississippi River, and it's the biggest subtropical wetland in North America.
Up until a few weeks ago, there were several things I had never even considered making at home: The bacon, egg, and cheese bagel from my corner bodega (it's a gooey masterpiece). • Orange chicken—my Panda
Fashion Week is so much more than a chance to ready your next-season style wish list — it’s the perfect place to gather much-needed mid-season style inspiration. But the right-now outfit inspo doesn’t
And for a mere $5,000, you can stay there for a night. Are you a Panthers fan? Do you have a ton of disposable income? Well AirBNB has just the solution. No longer will you be tethered to your own couch,
Finally: An explanation for the sketchy looking blood vial. There's been a lot of talk about Netflix's Making a Murderer leaving out details from the trial (don't even attempt to do sleuthing on Reddit,
Xerox is splitting in half. Long after moving beyond its legendary roots as a copier maker, Xerox announced on Friday that it would become two, separate companies. The first company will focus on helping
Optimism and America generally go together. But lately, pessimism is gripping the nation. Fifty-seven percent of Americans say the country is doing poorly right now, according to the latest CNN/ORC poll.