Harold Hamm: How North Dakota Became Saudi Arabia :: Harold Hamm, the discoverer of the Bakken fields of the northern Great Plains, on America's oil future and why OPEC's days are numbered.
How Strong Is the Evidence Against Amanda Knox? :: One of her most vocal advocates in Seattle goes through the case in detail for TIME. But many questions remain
God and Profits: How the Catholic Church Is Making A Comeback in Cuba :: The Catholic Church is making a comeback in Cuba. While many hope it will play a political role, the clergy may wield more influence in the economic realm
China's Bullet Trains Trip on Technology :: China celebrated its high-speed rail as a showcase for Chinese-made high technology. However, a WSJ examination finds that key safety components were built with imported parts that local engineers may not have fully understood.
Op-Ed Columnist: How Did the Robot End Up With My Job? :: Today's hyperconnected world requires white-collar workers to compete with a bigger pool of cheap geniuses, some of whom are robots, microchips and software-guided machines.