And if not us, then the millionaires next door who work hard, live modestly, and invest in the American dream.
Two American myths died over the weekend: Bigfoot, and the invincibility of President Bush's political powers of persuasion.
Behind the astonishing campaign to discourage Americans from burning gasoline or having large cars.
He's been hurting patients for years. Other doctors knew about it, but weren't allowed to warn patients, not to mention the physician's new partners.
After decoding the human genome, J. Craig Venter is now on a project to genetically engineer the planet's temperature.
The New York Times' Dr. Feelgood decries the flawed science he's uncovered in the Bush administration's case for sexual abstinence.
Why does it cost so much to go to college?
You can tell an awful lot about a magazine's readers from a magazine's ads. And so, let's meet Ms. New Republic and Mr. National Review.
David Letterman, Warren Zevon, and the art of saying goodbye.
Al Gore's championing of Canadian health care is not exactly new.