Going to an unauthorized Apple technician to repair your home button can cost you a lot of money. On Friday, The Guardian reported that thousands of iPhone users encountered a mysterious “Error 53” error
[CORRECTED: Details of Mentor Capital's investment fund have been removed after the figures were challenged by sector observers.] With pot now legal in two states for the past year,and decriminalized,
Meet the newer, safer—but just as body-transforming—alternative to high-intensity interval training. Amped-up Pilates reformers. Trampoline cardio. Underwater cycling. You can find fitness classes with
Daniel Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins; James Dolan, executive chairman of the Madison Square Garden Co. (AP/Carolyn Kaster/Reuters/Mike Segar) Full communism is the only solution to dumb owners
Bonus comic with an askew look at the superhero world: Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson and Alex Ross started a new volume of “Astro City”in 2013, and it continues to produce surprising, humane stories set
It isn’t only France that’s suffering from a growing dearth of wine—it’s the entire world, says a report released on Monday (Oct. 28) by Morgan Stanley Research. And the shortage is only getting worse.
Over the past few months I have been exploring how the various facets of work are evolving and changing, specifically around behaviors. This started with two articles, the first was The 5 Must-Have Qualities
If the New York Times’s latest article is to be believed, artificial intelligence is moving so fast it sometimes seems almost “magical.” Self-driving cars have arrived; Siri can listen to your voice and
A majority of Americans favor legalizing marijuana—so we've collected 20 recipes to help pot smokers deal with the munchies For the first time ever, a national poll has shown that a majority of Americans—58
For U.S. politicians, targeting drug users in black communities is easier than addressing poverty and unemployment Kristen Gwynne August 10, 2013 1:30pm (UTC) This article originally appeared on Alternet.
July 23, 2013, 2:45pm: This post has been updated to include comments from founder Carne Ross. In an ironic twist, the Occupy Wall Street movement, which, two years ago, galvanized resentment against Street
Alexei Navalny, one of Putin's greatest foes, has been sentenced to 5 years in prison. Not only is it the latest dictatorial move by the Russian leader, it's the silencing of a truly courageous man. Navalny
Critics accuse one judge of creating legal precedents that make it impossible to convict senior commanders for human rights abuses. Over the last eight months, a series of surprise rulings at the international
Giving the anti-vaccine advocate a platform is dangerous. Last week, the state Supreme Court of Wisconsin upheld the reckless homicide convictions of Dale and Leilani Neumann. Their daughter, Madeline,
China just cut the ribbon on the world’s new largest building. The New Century Global Center, which recently opened in Chendgu, China, is 328 feet high, 1,640 feet long, and 1,312 feet wide. That’s roughly
Another case of "direct access" not being quite what you first thought If there's one symbol that conveys the power, secrecy, responsibilities, and brinkmanship of the modern presidency it's the red phone,
Bigger banks, bigger investors, bigger corporations: They all threaten to ravage the economy — and our livelihoods Richard Eskow June 24, 2013 2:43pm (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (AP/Cliff Owen) Two SCOTUS decisions today make it even harder to sue over on-the-job discrimination. Here’s what you should know Irin Carmon June 24, 2013 8:13pm
Our roundtable discusses the final episode of the sixth season. Every week for the sixth season of AMC's acclaimed series Mad Men, our roundtable of Eleanor Barkhorn (Sexes editor, TheAtlantic.com), Ashley