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  • This Map Shows Where America Loves 'Butts' More Than 'Boobs'

    January 1, 1970 12:00 AM 199

    Americans appear to prefer "butts" to "boobs" when searching for "straight," woman-with-man pornography on the popular websites Pornhub and Youporn. A report on the websites' analytics, titled "Boobs, Butts & Beyond," shows that butt-related terms top boob queries in 40 of 50 states. The websites, both owned by the same company, developed the report

  • How To Stay Serene (And Smart) On Black Friday

    January 1, 1970 12:00 AM 198

    Whether you wholeheartedly embrace the deals or consider yourself more of a passive shopper, Black Friday madness is just around the corner. However, it isn't the same shopping day it was a few years ago. Now, there are more brand choices than ever before, rewards and incentives that complicate price points, and physical AND online stores vying for your time and attention

  • Ted Cruz Knows Exactly What To Say To Cause An Obama Internet Freakout

    January 1, 1970 12:00 AM 183

    Former President Theodore Roosevelt champions national health insurance as he unsuccessfully tries to ride his progressive Bull Moose Party back to the White House. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) President Franklin D. Roosevelt favors creating national health insurance amid the Great Depression but decides to push for Social Security first

  • The Celeb-Loved Ring for Way, Way Less

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 84

    We spend a lot of our time talking about celebrity style — and then trying to incorporate star-loved looks into our wardrobes. That’s why we were excited to find a daintier, more affordable version of the feminine leaf-wrap ring, which has been spotted on some of Hollywood’s most fashionable faces including Charlize Theron, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

  • Bob Coker, the Relentless Tennessee Dealmaker

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 210

    The Mountain View Inn in Cleveland, Tenn., with its stucco ceilings, track lighting and plastic orchids, is a long way from the $1,500-a-night suites at the Beau-Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland, where U.S. and Iranian diplomats struck a provisional nuclear deal on April 2. But five days after that deal was announced, Tennessee Republican

  • In Iran, Deal or No Deal

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 268

    Joe Klein is TIME's political columnist and author of six books, most recently Politics Lost. His weekly TIME column, "In the Arena," covers national and international affairs. As March dwindled down toward an unmet deadline, I found myself growing nostalgic for the early days of the Iran nuclear negotiations. The going was tough, of course, but an interim

  • Why America Can’t Kick Its Painkiller Problem

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 197

    On a chilly evening in late March,
Dan McClain was getting ready for dinner when his cell phone rang: Indiana Governor Mike Pence wanted to talk. Over the previous two months a fast-spreading outbreak of HIV had torn through Scott County, a poor, rural pocket 20 miles from the Kentucky border where McClain has been sheriff since 2011. What began as eight

  • Roads? Where We're Going ..

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 172

    The transportation company is planning to test a program called Uber Elevate, an on-demand network of vertical-takeoff-and-landing electric air taxis for urban areas, as early as 2020. A Silicon Valley company backed by Google co-founder Larry Page is working on the Kitty Hawk Flyer, an electric aircraft designed to operate over water and doesn't require

  • Seoul's Garden In the Sky

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 156

    South Korea's Seoullo 7017 Skygarden, which opened in late May, is exactly that: a garden in the sky. The over 3,000-ft.-long "plant village" is built on a former highway overpass that runs through the center of the capital, not unlike New York City's High Line. Dutch studio MVRDV won a government commission to build the park two years ago and designed

  • How Businesses Are Planning the Future of American Pot

    November 30, 0002 12:00 AM 198

    Beer has its Budweiser. Cigarettes have Marlboro. And now, from Nevada to Massachusetts, pioneers in the legal-marijuana industry are vying to create big-name brands for pot. When the legalization movement began years ago, its grassroots activists envisioned a nation where mom-and-pop dispensaries would freely sell small amounts of bud to cancer patients