By all accounts the Mio Alpha is a watch. But it’s so much more than that.
After three years of preparation, and three tumultuous months of technical glitches and high-profile hiccups, Obamacare takes full effect nationwide in less than 24 hours. January 1, 2014, is less a deadline than it is a major mil...
The Texas senator’s vow to renounce his dual citizenship by year’s end is just a taste of all the zany good fun a Cruz White House bid promises. So why can’t the Democrats run with it?
An odd new study involving rhesus macaque monkeys, ethanol, and vaccines has found some benefit to moderate drinking. So drink up tonight, then? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple.
The financial failures of the Great Recession—bank busts, foreclosures, and bankruptcies—shrank dramatically this year. And the success will feed on itself.
You can lose weight, quit smoking, and do practically anything else if you set the bar low enough.
Don’t expect the partisan divide or the fighting over Obamacare to vanish in the next year. Instead let’s set our sights on U.S. energy independence and a possible cure for Alzheimer’s.
Before he left for Hawaii, the president was sending signals that government surveillance programs need an overhaul to restore the public’s faith on issues of national security.
India’s version of ‘Fast and Furious’ is doing huge business in the States. But you’d never know from watching it that Bollywood is capable of making good movies. Warning: spoilers.
It was a magnificent year—a year of innovation and triumph. Perhaps the best year of our lives. Charles Emmerson reflects on the year passed and what 1914 has in store for us all.