The court's gleeful, brilliant combatant
Antonin Scalia made conservative legal arguments not just effectively, but with brilliance, wit, and panache
How to buy a T. rex
Movie stars, hedge-fund moguls, and oil-rich sheikhs are paying top dollar for dinosaur fossils in private auctions
A party in agreement?
For all the talk about a vicious Democratic grudge match, the candidates sure seemed to agree on a lot at Thursday's debate
...Or a party in disarray?
The Democrats' divisiveness is not quite as severe as the GOP's — but it's still a big problem
A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
This 1964 Oscar-nominated film is a luminous and wistful musical romance
The week's best political cartoons
Artists take on South Carolina's many suitors, Hillary's rebellious voters, and more
The Al Gore of Polynesia
On a tiny South Pacific isle, a small-town mayor uses ancient fishing techniques to provide sustainability for his family — and a detailed PowerPoint to ensure his traditions never die
The week's best financial advice
Three top pieces of financial advice — from when elite schools aren't worth it to winning with "superstocks"
America's painkiller epidemic, explained
By freely doling out prescription painkillers, doctors have fueled a crisis of addiction and deadly overdoses
The Rubio dilemma
The Republican presidential field is debating whether Obama knows what he's doing — and whether Rubio does either
Will Donald Trump cause market mayhem?
A panicky GOP elite has awoken to the possibility that Trump may be their nominee. Are investors about to get the sweats, too?
Bizarro Mitt Romney?
How a vulgar rich guy became the GOP's best hope for winning the class war
The Fed's wishful thinking
There was a lot of tortured logic in Janet Yellen's remarks before Congress