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Weed's Leading Women

Since legalization hit the U.S., the cannabis industry has been assumed to be a bastion of progressive values, but as far as we've come, the women at the top of the industry are here to tell you there's more work left to do.

Cover: India's Mr. Big

Mukesh Ambani has been India's Mr. Big for a long time. By all accounts, he is the country's most influential private citizen, and the businessman who thinks bigger than the rest in this rising economic superpower.

Bigger, Faster, Better

Mukesh Ambani has been India's Mr. Big for a long time. By all accounts, he is the country's most influential private citizen, and the businessman who thinks bigger than the rest in this rising economic superpower.

Starr Gazing: The Last Miracle?

In the winter of 1980, my life was in disarray. I was residing on Chicago's North Side, in a fleabag hotel where time seemed to be measured in piles of yellowed newspaper inside my room.

Golf: The Grass Is Greener

Artificial turf isn't just for Grandma's indoor patio. The green stuff's getting an image boost this September when it debuts on the world's first 18-hole all-turf golf course.

Computers Go Bio

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY THESE DAYS RUMBLES LIKE A bullet train, zipping through the landscape at speeds once thought unimaginable. Those inside the train grow accustomed to the intense velocity and the steady cadence of wheels against rails: faster cheaper faster cheaper faster cheaper...

Splendor In The Dome

The last time someone tried to grow a lot of grass indoors was 1965 at the Houston Astrodome. The clear glass dome that let in enough sun for the blades to do their photosynthetic thing also shot a blinding glare into the eyes of outfielders.

The Most Dangerous Game

It was a good thing for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Dave Kreig that he moved out of the pocket at the last moment-and as it turned out, a terrible thing for Jet defensive end Dennis Byrd.