TIME - RSS Feed

Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews

Latest articles

Dear Edward Is TV’s Weepiest Show Since This Is Us

In the Apple TV+ drama Dear Edward, a jet falls out of the sky over Colorado, killing everyone on board except 12-year-old Edward Adler. Nicknamed “Miracle Boy” by a media thirsty for inspiration porn, he doesn’t exactly feel lucky; his parents and beloved older brother are dead, he’s sent to live with a bitter aunt (Taylor Schilling), and his battle...

How Logan Paul’s Crypto Empire Fell Apart

A version of this article was published in TIME’s newsletter Into the Metaverse. Subscribe for a weekly guide to the future of the Internet. You can find past issues of the newsletter here. In late 2021, 20-year-old Rueben Tauk asked his father for £50,000 ($67,000 at the time) to invest in YouTuber Logan Paul’s crypto project, CryptoZoo. Paul,...

Washington Is Turning Against TikTok. Should Users Be Worried About a Ban?

The future of Tiktok in the U.S. is increasingly perilous after a prominent Democratic Senator raised national security concerns over the Chinese-owned social media platform, citing fears that user data from around 100 million Americans could be shared with Beijing. On Thursday, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet joined a growing number of Democrats to...

Heat-Related Deaths Are Rising. Here’s How Cities Can Keep Residents Safer

Living in a city sometimes feels like living in the future. Urban life can mean exposure to new technologies, new ideas—and, sometimes, previews of the temperatures coming soon to nearby regions. In Europe, during hot periods, cities are an average of 2.7°F (1.5°C) warmer than surrounding areas, according to research published Jan. 31 in the Lancet....

Inside the Race to Get Forever Chemicals Out of Raincoats

Patagonia, Inc. has spent nearly a decade rejiggering its supply chain, redesigning products and dumping millions of dollars into a high-stakes trial-and-error process that’s nearly complete. This isn’t about optimizing for fashion. Patagonia, like practically every other outdoor apparel company, has long relied on per- or polyfluorinated chemicals...

U.S. Energy Department Wades Into the Gas Stove Debate

Gas stoves are coming under fresh scrutiny as a second federal agency has now stepped into the political firestorm with a proposal for new regulations for the appliances. The Energy Department proposal, published Wednesday, sets first-of-their-kind limits on energy consumption for the stoves, drawing fear from the industry that the regulation could...

The Untapped Solar Power Potential of Big Box Stores

Solar energy offers a cheap, renewable source of electricity that could reduce and, eventually, eliminate our need for greenhouse gas-emitting power generation plants. But solar farms as they are currently envisioned come at a cost: acres and acres of land that could otherwise be used for food production or rewilding, creating biodiverse wildernesses...

Everything You Need to Know About Netflix Cracking Down on Password Sharing

It’s been nearly a year since Netflix first announced that it was going to begin making some subscribers pay an additional fee for sharing their account with users outside their household. Now, as the streamer gears up for a wider rollout of the policy change, it’s releasing more details on how the impending password sharing crackdown will be enforced....

You’ve Got Money Questions. Let TIME Help With the Answers

How can my family prepare for a recession? Why am I spending so much money on eggs? What does that new student loan plan mean for my debt? How do rising interest rates actually affect me? The economy is confusing right now—and understanding what it means for you can be overwhelming. Welcome to Money Questions, TIME’s new advice column designed to...

M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin Is Overly Preachy

Say what you will about the films of M. Night Shyamalan: they tend to be short, dropping just enough clues about the inevitable impending twist that they don’t wear out their welcome. And Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin has relative brevity going for it, at least. But instead of short and fleet, it’s short and fat, trundling along with the solemnity...

Discover, share and read the best on the web

Follow RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters! Get unfiltered news feeds or filter them to your liking.

Get Inoreader
Inoreader - Follow RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters!