It’s been ten years since NASA’s Spirit rover first touched down on the surface of Mars. Spirit would go on to redefine the Red Planet and inspire the next generation of space exploration.
How These 24 Business Leaders Stay Productive and Successful
What do people like Jeff Bezos, Marissa Mayer, and Richard Branson do to stay on top?
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Talks to TIME About Nollywood, Activism and Africa
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is one of the world’s hardest working actresses with over 300 movie roles in the Nigerian film industry, dubbed “Nollwood.” She appeared on the TIME 100 list in 2013 and continues to influence African arts …
Obamacare: When is The Final Deadline To Enroll?
Obamacare deadlines keep getting extended. No wonder signing up has become so confusing — and so messy — for millions of Americans trying to get health insurance in 2014.
The First Bionic Leg Controlled Only By Brain Power
A bionic leg that reads brain signals may help war amputees.
Pancho Claus: Texas’s Other Santa
In the world of commercials, Santa Claus is almost always a white guy. In Texas, children have another option.
NASA Spacewalkers Begin Urgent Repairs
Real Life Gravity? NASA Astronauts Trying Three Spacewalks to Fix Space Station
Robot Astronaut’s ISS Space Chat
In what’s being hailed as the first of its kind, Kirobo, the world’s first robot astronaut, held a conversation in space. The robot doesn’t spit out pre-programmed responses, but rather can process the question that’s asked.
Angering India: One US Attorney Says Domestic Law Trumps Diplomatic Privilege
Preet Bharara, the US Attorney for New York City, has arrested the Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragad for visa fraud. India is furious, with its population and its politicians protesting what they claim is unjust treatment.
Budget Deal Could Reduce Military Benefits
The Senate is expected to pass a bipartisan budget plan, but it could result in reduced military benefits.