2017 year in review

Year in Review: MacArthur Takes Center Stage in Washington

Rep. Tom MacArthur’s moves are frequently viewed through the lens of an ambitious politician with statewide potential.

Year in Review: Gottheimer Is Building a Wall — of Money

Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-5) has raised over $2.2 million ahead of next year’s congressional midterm elections

Top tech trends of 2017

2017 was an exciting year for consumer technology. It brought us big advancements in areas like machine learning and biometric security, as well as a big boost for augmented reality, and some

2017: Our Year in Poems

Hannah Aizenman on poetry that was published in The New Yorker in 2017, including poems by Frank Bidart, Tracy K. Smith, Chana Bloch, John Ashbery, and more.

Year in Review: Shutdown at the Beach

The pictures will follow Gov. Chris Christie everywhere: Alone on a deserted beach, with a few family members and guests.
All of io9's 2017 Year in Review Lists in One Convenient Location

All of io9's 2017 Year in Review Lists in One Convenient Location

We here at io9 absorbed a lot of pop culture this year. A lot. We thought long and hard about what was the best, and what was the worst, and painstakingly put together several posts so our fine

The Best New Yorker Visual and Interactive Stories of 2017

Monica Racic on the best visual and interactive stories produced by The New Yorker in 2017.

Year in Review: The Rise of Craig Coughlin

Assemblyman Craig Coughlin will give Central Jersey a seat at the leadership table when he takes the speaker’s gavel on Jan. 9.
Best of the Best! Top 10 Posts of 2017

Best of the Best! Top 10 Posts of 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, we look back to find out the 10 most popular posts on Design Milk from this year.

The Women Who Shaped the Art World in 2017

Andrea Scott on the female artists, exhibits, and initiatives that made a strong showing in 2017.
Top 10 Disappointing Moments Black People Experienced in 2017

Top 10 Disappointing Moments Black People Experienced in 2017

I don’t have to tell you how supremely tough 2017 was to deal with. Like I’m sure we all could go on and on about how terrible this year truly was to each and every last one of us. Still, the year had
Best Home Furnishings Posts of 2017

Best Home Furnishings Posts of 2017

Dive back into these 10 posts to see what were the most popular posts in the home furnishings category in 2017.

Best Mac apps of 2017

As the year nears its end, it’s time to take a look back at everything that was awesome in 2017. As usual, Mac developers rolled out some stellar software, which means macOS remains the best platform

The iOS apps that dominated our screens in 2017

2017 was a great year for Apple as a whole, and the App Store was no different. From messaging apps to music-generating tools to a smart AI assistant, Apple and various third-party developers

Apple in 2017: A year of epic proportions

2017 was a pretty damn good year for the world’s most profitable tech company. Apple did much more than rake in more cash than any company this year. Cupertino also pushed out its most impressive

From Silicon Valley to Da Vinci: 2017’s most gripping tech books

Looking for a great book to bury yourself in to escape the winter chill (or simply the demands of visiting relatives)? Fortunately, as far as tech-focused books go, 2017 was a great year. Here are our
Best Interior Design Posts of 2017

Best Interior Design Posts of 2017

It's the end of 2017 so we share the most popular interior design posts from this year.
The 2017 List of People We Don’t Eff With Anymore

The 2017 List of People We Don’t Eff With Anymore

As 2017 winds to a close, once again we document the people whose cookout invitations have been rescinded. This is our third year officially documenting those who have made a permanent residence out
Best Style + Fashion Posts of 2017

Best Style + Fashion Posts of 2017

A look back at 2017's most popular Style + Fashion posts, including wearable devices, architectural jewelry, and geometric games.

Year in Review: Steve Sweeney Shows the NJEA Who’s Boss

In the end, it was Senate President Steve Sweeney who taught the teachers a lesson.