February 07 Issue

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COVER STORY Culture

In My Life

Walter Cronkite convinced CBS that the Beatles were the right diversion for the nation’s grief following the Kennedy assassination and aired a four-minute segment on the Beatles phenomenon
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Doubling Down on Obamacare

Vermont planned to build the nation’s first single-payer system, but tech glitches are making the state Exhibit A for haters of the Affordable Care Act
Sochi Games in Full Swing
In Focus

Sochi Games in Full Swing

SOCHI, RUSSIA - FEBRUARY 10: Keiichiro Nagashima of Japan competes during Men's Speed Skating 500m Final at Adler Arena Skating Center on February 10, 2014 in Sochi, Russia. (Photo by Vladimir Rys Photography/Getty Images)
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Zipcars and the future
New World

Un-Scaling the Mountain

Still own a car? How retro. Sharing everything from office space to Ping-Pong tables will soon be the only way to play
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Downtime

Paradox Lost

Move over, Tony Soprano. HBO has another tortured, riveting antihero in True Detective. Yes, we’re talking about the show’s creator
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