In today’s must-read roundup, get the latest on technology, the military and baby pigs.
At sundown tonight, Jewish families ring in the New Year by feasting on foods like apples and honey, rugelach cookies and round honey cakes. But what about the diabetics and health conscious relatives at your table? TIME’s …
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Its movements may seem vaguely unsettling, but this robot may be put to use one day in the field, used to crawl into otherwise-inaccessible locations. See the video at TheDailyWh.at.
The German government nixed plans to phase out nuclear power in the country by 2021, extending the plants’ lives by an average of 12 years.
TIME’s Richard Corliss is giddy with excitement about the over-the-top violence in this Mexploitation film, calling it “90 minutes of shooting, double-dealing and exploding heads — nonstop mayhem with a corpse count in the …
In a piece exclusively adapted for TIME from his new memoir, “A Journey”, Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair reflects on the U.S. Presidents he has known and worked with – and on their country. Read Blair’s full words on TIME.com.
Apple announced new products today, and like every blog remotely affiliated with technology, Techland paid close, close, close attention, excruciatingly analyzing every last detail. Doug Aamoth digs in and takes a look at some of …
For their latest prank, Improv Everywhere went for a nice afternoon at the beach — in black-tie attire. Video at TheDailyWh.at.
Last month’s passage of the financial reform bill paved the way for 2,300 pages worth of regulations that will improve how Wall Street is governed. But how could something as scientific as cloning burst the organized bubble?
Combine agility with a predilection toward pilfering and you get French prankster Remi Gaillard. Watch him in action at TheDailyWh.at.