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"'Deaths of despair,' as mortality from drugs, alcohol and suicides is known, have sent life expectancy in the U.S. falling for three years in a row, for the first time in a century," write @NickKristof and @WuDunn
World War II was not only the most destructive war in human history but also the most pharmacologically enhanced
Review: Jeanine Cummins’ "American Dirt" is a harrowing tale of immigration, family and memory
LGBT activists say new bills in over 12 states target transgender youth
"Members of Generation X like me—those born between 1965 and 1980—report sleeping fewer hours per night than their Silent Generation grandparents, Boomers, Millennials and Generation Z," writes @adacalhoun
Trump administration proposes rollbacks to Obama-era school lunch programs on Michelle Obama's birthday
Zora Neale Hurston died penniless and neglected in 1960. Decades on, "this new collection is a powerful reminder of her lasting resonance," writes @naina_bajekal
U.S. allows Chevron to keep drilling in Venezuela for 3 months
U.S. cancer death rates continue to drop, but progress is stalling for some cancers
Supreme Court to hear case which could make it easier to use state money for religious schools
Penn Badgley has reviewed your memes of "You" and he has his favorites
China reports 4 more cases in viral pneumonia outbreak
“When I teach people about human behavior, I boil it down to three words to make the point crystal clear: Emotions create habits,” writes BJ Fogg
4 killed, 1 injured in family shooting in Salt Lake City suburb
"Even a glance at current headlines makes it clear how deeply entrenched white-supremacist ideas about Americanness remain," writes @LailaLalami
Whether you’re a newcomer to dim sum or an avid enthusiast, executive chef Sandy Shi shares some tips on how to find the best dim sum restaurants, and what to order when you get there
Review: HBO's "Avenue 5" transports 'Veep' creator Armando Iannucci's dark, profane humor to outer space
She spent 2 years interviewing young men about sex, consent and abuse. Here's why she's optimistic after #MeToo
“One thing you have to remember when you work for President Trump is that you don’t make the waves. He makes the waves,” Kushner tells TIME
“We don't even know what we can do anymore.” How climate change is destroying communities in the Central African Republic
Women are now the majority of the U.S. workforce — but working women still face serious challenges
Alfre Woodard's latest project is a film about the death penalty. She says her activism is “beside the point”
"Wanting a woman to rise to the top of an almost all-male pack is not a position that needs defending. What should be defended is the uncritical desire to elect yet another man to a position that 45 men and zero women have held," writes @ProfessorCrunk
"There’s something to be said for making a vital, daring movie that flies under the radar of the squares who give out the prizes," writes @szacharek. "When that movie is based on a 150-year-old book about a family of women? Now that’s a truly radical act"
This year's flu season got off to a strange start. What does that mean for the months ahead?
Here are the 25 best products of CES 2020
YouTube has been "actively promoting" videos spreading climate denialism, according to new report
After the Twin Towers fell on Sept. 11, 2001, the thousands of people involved in rescue-and-cleanup efforts were exposed to carcinogens and other toxins. A new study suggests that 9/11 responders may be at heightened risk of developing leukemia
The world saw a lot of protests in 2019. Here's why that trend is going to continue
Hundreds of Britons volunteered for a diary-keeping project in 1937. They left an invaluable record of World War II
"I've seen everything." Author Isabel Allende on why she doesn't fear death and the inspiration for her new novel
As Australia suffers through drought, heatwaves and devastating bushfires this summer, practitioners of indigenous fire management report greater interest in their work than ever before
Since 1871, “normal” body temperature has meant 98.6°F (37°C). But in a paper published last week, researchers reported that the normal human body temperature has dropped since that time
Why do the Oscars keep shutting women out of Best Director? This one Academy rule helps explain it
One man's story suggests a new way to understand slave insurrection
The British government says E.U. citizens will “be able to stay” after Brexit, but there is still anxiety
Bias against age is prevalent in many societies, embedded into societal institutions and expressed in individual perceptions and behaviors, and studies have shown that ageism can negatively affect older people’s health
Barack Obama shared a sweet birthday message for Michelle with a photo booth
Review: Mac Miller's posthumous album “Circles” is a heartbreaking plea for inner peace
This looks like the right guy to cradle Baby Yoda in his arms
This week's baseball insanity is the perfect scandal for our age
“Can the awards show be saved? It would be hard to mount a passionate defense of them at the best of times, but in 2020 the question seems absurdly trivial,” writes @judyberman
Decades after Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963, TIME and @violadavis recreated the March on Washington in virtual reality. Experience the historic moment at the @DuSableMuseum premiering in February. Made possible by @amfam
A federal court just threw out a high profile climate lawsuit. Here's what it might mean for the future of climate litigation
"He has an attitude for sure." Smudge the cat is the real star of the woman yelling at cat meme and he's still living for drama
In this Georgia town, immigration detainees outnumber residents
Art experts have confirmed that a painting discovered hidden inside an Italian art gallery’s walls last month is Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of a Lady,” which was stolen from the gallery nearly 23 years ago
What to know about the pro-gun rally in Richmond, Virginia, amid heightened tensions and the threat of extremist groups
The 8 video games we can't wait to play in 2020
People have invented more than 200 gender-neutral pronouns. Here's why "they" is here to stay
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