This baby could live to be 142 years old.
Dispatches from the frontiers of longevity.
How old can we live to be—If a promising drug does to humans what it does to mice, with treatments we can live 1.77 times longer to reach 142. This longevity report covers data on How longevity changes life, New ways to disrupt aging, The best place to grow old, How to keep the body young, The antiaging power of a positive attitude, Brain games keep a mind young, Life after the Oval Office is often long, Meal plan for a longer life, Married people really live longer, and Lifestyle medicine’s time has come.
Go time for Hillary—Team Clinton is merging with Team Obaba for the 2016 campaign
The forgotten war—Conflict in Sudan rages on, even as the world looks to move on
The high road—Drivers on pot are dangerous and on the rise in the US, and police still lack the tools to detect and prosecute them
Flying models—From ultra-low-cost to all-business-class flights, three small European air carriers are taking off
The clinic next door—CVS’s plan to have its drugstores double as clinics
Three princes—The bonds between Prince Charles and his sons
Food fight—New chains are beefing up burgers and challenging fast-food stalwarts
Richard Corliss predicts the Oscars
Investor turned activist Bill Browder recounts his fight against Russian oligarchs
Australian novelist Peter Carey’s latest, Amnesia
Breakout hit Empire prompts fresh discussion of respectability politics; A back look at Saturday Night Live as it turns 40
Quick talk with Christine Aguilera; interest-driven dating apps
Activist AI-jen Poo
What Starbucks knows about America
Howard Schultz is transforming his company Starbucks for America
The coffee king—How Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz plans to change his company—and the US
Nigeria’s nightmare—With a jihadist group raging in the countryside, a presidential election has high stakes
Grey’s anatomy—Can Hollywood save a trashy book?
Nicki Minaj drops the act on her new album
Eddie Huang readies for the sitcom version of his life
The hottest new energy drink：bone broth
Kids acting up? Meditation may breed success
The Blacklist’s James Spader talks hats and robots; celebrity trademarks; no Nutlla babies in France
Joel Stein gives his 5-year-old son a mobile phone
Strangers crashed my car, ate my food and wore my jeans
Transition in Saudi Arabia—How the death of King Abdullah will affect the many conflicts in the Middle East
Healing by numbers—The boom in wearable tracking technology may prompt the next revolution in personal health
On-demand economy—The sharing companies transforming the service industry have helped consumers, but are they good for workers?
The bionic pancreas—A new device that automatically delivers insulin could be a game changer for diabetics
Better Call Saul gives the origin story of Breaking Bad’s scheming scapegrace lawyer
Rising star Oscar Isaac is Pacinoesque in A Most Violent Year
Quick Talk with Empire’s Taraji P. Henson; eBay’s weirdest sales; the future home of Apple
Susanna Schrobsdorff offers her daughter campus-safely advice