Make way for a bourbon caper from Men’s Journal (and Time‘s exclusive on Barbie’s new bod).
Make time to read Flint native Stephen Rodrick’s deeply felt story on the poisoning of his hometown for Rolling Stone.
Make note of the candidates’ significant others.
Make sure you check out our Super Bowl party game plan.
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How one distillery worker enlisted friends, family and a few steroid-users to steal a fortune in top-shelf bourbon…one barrel at a time.
The world’s most infamous figure is getting a makeover (or rather, three of them). Mattel’s new Barbie doll’s got back!
Some 30 years after leaving Flint, writer Stephen Rodrick returned to the town he grew up in to find a toxic disaster, giant government failure and countless children exposed to lead.
Whether you’re buying, selling, renting or remodeling, you’ll want to read this guide to the changing rules of real estate.
Host a Winning Super Bowl Party
A make-ahead menu of cheesy meatballs and coconut curry bowls so you can spend Sunday watching the screen, not the stovetop.
Dr. Oz The Good Life
Leave it to Dr. Oz to serve up better-for-you versions of game day eats from turkey chili to the must-have nachos.
No Bud for you. Treat yourself and your guests to coffee-tinged porters, sour ales and a spicy pilsner that is a total touchdown.
Food Network Magazine
Give those tired Buffalo wings a pass and create the perfect platter of mango-curry or garlic-balsamic-flavored chicken. Top them off with tasty sauces that are worth a double dip.
January's Top Reads
Sometimes bigger isn’t better. When it comes to dieting, finding a tiny variation that works for you (eat veggies first, keep the candy bowl across the room) can make all the difference.
Sean Penn’s controversial story on notorious drug lord El Chapo Guzman sparked debate over the ethics of the interview; even the actor told 60 Minutes that the article “failed.”
Forget counting sheep; Americans doled out billions of dollars in 2015 trying to get some shuteye. But are chemical sleep aids worth the risk?
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank built the athletic clothing company into a $4 billion giant. Next up: mobile apps, and hopefully beating out Nike to become the No.1 sportswear maker.
The People Behind the Candidates
Sanders’ family reveals his private side (he likes slow-dancing in the living room!). Says wife Jane: “When he finally asked me to marry him, in the parking lot at Friendly’s, I thought…he’s somebody you can count on.”
Town & Country
A savvy businesswoman, soon-to-be mother of three, and a growing brand in her own right: Ivanka Trump has turned into her father’s biggest asset.
Hillary Clinton’s powerful aide Huma Abedin has been called a “mini Hillary” and the candidate’s “second daughter.” The scandal-tinged staffer might also be the campaign’s next big problem.
Town & Country
Dynasties like the Kennedys and the Bushes have become synonymous with American politics, but they aren’t alone. The editors of Town & Country present their third annual list of politically-influential clans.