Tech & Science
This Week's Edition
A Hard Day-Glo’s Night
On the road with Cut Copy, the Beatles of electro-pop
Still Chasing Serpico
The NYPD’s most famous whistle-blower talks about stop-and-frisk, Edward Snowden, and the Dalai Lama
FIFA has taken heat for its decision to hold its main event in a small emirate with big money
Newtown Massacre: Inside. Out
"I was able to obtain thousands of emails that lay out Adam Lanza's lifelong struggle with mental illness, starting with his awkward childhood and fear of being touched."
One of the best weekends of college football is already marred by the fiasco of the BCS
Crooks at the Top
The impeccably upright Germans are reeling from a succession of financial scandals involving high-ups from the president to a Catholic bishop
Some Art’s Painful by Design
To protest the police state a Russian performance artist mutilates himself in a way that is shocking, but not as novel as it sounds
North Korea is the land that time – and Mumford & Sons – forgot
Can He Rebound?
Fixing health care is paramount, but President Obama has other ways to avoid three years of nothingness
We’re All on Crack
A morbid fascination with the urban drug somehow casts Toronto mayor Rob Ford as a cultural adventurer
Can Twitter Pass Its Test of Characters
Facebook was the last great innovation of the desktop era; Twitter is the first great innovation of the mobile era
Disenchanted with Obama, Erdogan is wooing America’s enemies
Waiting for the Next Revolution
Will the Arab Spring inspire an African Spring?
Baby You Can Drive My Car
An exclusive conversation with the woman driving the Women’s Spring
Starbucks v. Starbungs
The coffee behemoth spent a year suing a Thai street vendor for copyright infringement
What's Bugging the Head of the NSA?
General Keith Alexander seems to be running out of friends
What’s God Got to Do With It?
America is about to be invaded by agnostic and atheist evangelists
Wikipedia's Wobbling (Citation Needed)
Can the crowdsourced know-it-all get smart about standards and its lack of diversity?
Glenn Greenwald and the Future of Leaks
In an exclusive interview, the journalist behind the NSA scandal talks spies, surveillance and his next bombshell
The Sinkable Rebekah Brooks
As Murdoch’s red-headed editor goes on trial for corruption, NPR media reporter David Folkenflik looks at her rise and fall
Good Jill, Bad Jill
Newsweek profiled Jill Abramson, who was fired yesterday as executive editor of The New York Times, in a July 2013 cover story