The Best Diet Is Deliciousness

For nearly a half century, America has been on a witch hunt to find the ingredient that is making us fat. In the 1980s, the culprit was fat itself. Next it was carbs. Today, sugar is the enemy—unless you’re caught up in the war on gluten.

Watch Out Sheepdogs, You May Be Replaced by a Drone

First they supplanted secretaries, factory workers and store clerks. Now robots are setting their sensors on one of the world’s oldest jobs: herding sheep.

Her Father’s Daughter

In one of the first hires for her soon-to-be-official presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton recruited Kristina Schake, the communications consultant who is said to have encouraged First Lady Michelle Obama to take an undercover shopping trip at Targe

The Miracle of the Heavens

‘This is a crime story.” It is a startling way to begin a book about one of history’s greatest scientists.

Computers Trawl a Sea of Data for Stock Picks

NEW YORK—In SoHo offices where robots occasionally ply the hallways, dozens of Ph.D.

For India’s Deliverymen, E-Commerce Can Be a Big Pain

NEW DELHI—One morning, Ashok Kumar hoisted a huge, 110-pound pack jammed with books, cellphones, bluejeans and other items onto his back and cinched the shoulder straps. 

Angry Outbursts Really Do Hurt Your Health, Doctors Find

Medical researchers increasingly are finding just how toxic outbursts of anger can be.

A Lifelong Allergy to Text

In 1956, IBM had a

Scientific Saint

Marie Curie gave the world radium, but she did not give interviews.

The Importance of Selfless Service – Bhagavad Gita

Prolog

The Bhagavad Gita (Sanskrit: श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता, Śrīmadbhagavadgītā, literally meaning The Song of the Bhagavan (The God), often referred to as simply the Gita, is a 700-verse Hindu scripture that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata.

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