TED talks mostly.
And now I need to subscribe to Nature, since ygolo said it was good.
I think Nature is about as current as you can get for summarizing current hot research areas simply because it is written for the scientific community. But the information in nature is rather dense, not your typical light reading. Correction... Nature is not a magazine, it's a scientific journal. I only understand sections relevant to my background on Nature... the mathematics/modelling/physics component gets a "hmmm" interesting out of me. The journal Science I find tailors to a more general population of scientists. That might might for a more enjoyable (understandable) read than Nature.
It offers entertaining little headlines and links to sites with articles. Usually you'll get it straight from the horse's mouth, for instance learning about Jupiter's new impact spot the day the discovery went public. Then a few days later they find that white spot on Venus. (They're both going to the free clinic today... *uncontrollable nerd snicker*)
...Then I ducked my head and the lights went out, and two guns blazed in the dark;
And a woman screamed, and the lights went up, and two men lay stiff and stark...
Thanks for the suggestions. Right now I pretty much just pursue topics that are referenced in books I read, or like I mentioned earlier, if I happen to come across an article I'll research from there until I understand whatever it is. Sometimes the related studies are free and you can download the PDF and print them which I love.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?