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Environmental activist @Brianna_Fruean is working to combat climate change and promote sustainability on the Pacific island of Samoa #TIME100Talks
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Xi Jinping rejects "Cold War mentality" and calls for cooperation at World Economic Forum ti.me/3Aak5dR
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If one thing has become clear about @shondarhimes, it’s that she has little use for conventional wisdom. And why should she, when her own instincts have so often yielded superior results? ti.me/3qtMOXL
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Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as damage reports emerge ti.me/3rvhNlx
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Eco activist Sagarika Sriram is making change through small actions ti.me/3Ko0viH
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The U.S. is facing shortages in COVID-19 drugs as Omicron rages ti.me/3qL36M9
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European demand is threatening key ecosystems around the world, the WWF says ti.me/3GPM7gU
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This extremely rare 555.55-carat black diamond is coming up for auction ti.me/3KkIuC0
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"We need politicians to think less about reelection." Ørsted CEO Mads Nipper (@NipperMads) on the urgency for governments to transition to green energy #TIME100Talks
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Hanya Yanagihara is never going to read your mean tweets. The author spoke with TIME about writing "To Paradise," ignoring social media and defining the relationship between her editorial perspective and her fiction ti.me/3frpfs8
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Don’t panic about "flurona." There’s nothing unique about catching the flu and COVID-19 at the same time ti.me/3I8fsU8
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Earth hits 6th warmest year on record, new NASA data shows ti.me/3fHkxa5
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When it came to public proclamations about his politics, Martin Luther King, Jr. made it clear that he didn’t want to be in the business of endorsing political candidates time.com/5764282/martin…
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The federal website where Americans can request free COVID-19 tests will begin accepting orders on Wednesday as the White House looks to address nationwide shortages, but supplies will be limited to just four free tests per home ti.me/3A0gUVO
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Only one official eulogy was delivered at Martin Luther King Jr.'s public funeral. Read the full text here ti.me/3Ko7p7Q
"This would be a significant step backward in financial equality in capital markets," one expert said ti.me/3zYhV0w
"For here on either side of the wall are God’s children and no man-made barrier can obliterate that fact," Martin Luther King Jr. said in 1964 ti.me/3KdaE1L
Senator Angus King on why he's supporting two different bills to protect voting rights as a fundamental cornerstone of our democracy ti.me/33drSvr
“The strong man is the man who will not hit back, who can stand up for his rights and yet not hit back,” Martin Luther King Jr. said in 1956 time.com/5101740/martin…
2021 was a bad year for grocery bills. Shoppers paid 6.4% more for groceries in November 2021 compared to November 2020 ti.me/3GuT3Qp
How these never-before-published photos of Martin Luther King Jr. were discovered decades after they were taken ti.me/3qqgsgu
There’s still a lot to be learned, but here’s what we know so far about the symptoms of Omicron ti.me/3A1IKkx
An N95 is the best mask for Omicron. Here's why ti.me/3fsEWiJ
Though the world knows the words of Martin Luther King Jr.’s most famous speeches, there are still many aspects of his life and work that remain lesser known ti.me/33ElE7i
In the tumultuous weeks that followed the assassination, TIME readers responded with a flood of letters to the editor ti.me/3Kdbnjh
The first national MLK Day was observed in 1986 time.com/4632373/mlk-fi…
Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day is no long-standing tradition, and its establishment was no sure thing. Here’s how the occasion became as central to January in America as New Year’s resolutions ti.me/3Kd9FP7
"This would be a significant step backward in financial equality in capital markets," one expert said ti.me/3Gwe915
"Although Alberta King’s life was crucial to the civil rights movement and it remains relevant for all of us today, like so many other significant Black women, she has largely been erased from history," writes Anna Malaika Tubbs ti.me/33EkWa8
2021 was a bad year for grocery bills. Shoppers paid 6.4% more for groceries in November 2021 compared to November 2020 ti.me/3toTtV3
The forgotten history of a British ship that fought a notorious slaver—and won ti.me/3A73bfX
Voting rights isn't just a Black issue ti.me/3fq0tsp
In order to bring the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom to life in virtual reality, TIME embarked on a three-year journey to virtualize Martin Luther King Jr. and his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech. Here’s a look behind the scenes ti.me/3Fox8Ju
How Martin Luther King Jr. changed his mind about America ti.me/3tzOW1W
"I was just thinking about my son." Shot in his own home, a gun violence victim shares his story ti.me/3KdVERn
The enthusiast's guide to at-home COVID-19 tests ti.me/3KietTu
2021 was a bad year for grocery bills. Shoppers paid 6.4% more for groceries in November 2021 compared to November 2020 ti.me/3rpAHKr
"This would be a significant step backward in financial equality in capital markets," one expert said ti.me/3KgAx0G
Don’t panic about "flurona." There’s nothing unique about catching the flu and COVID-19 at the same time ti.me/3Gvq4Mx
.@DeliaEphron on finding love again in her 70s: "Life is about being alive to things, right? With me, I didn’t have a choice—I just fell in love. I must have been open to it" ti.me/3A5KQzS
5 ways to feel happier during the pandemic, according to science ti.me/33JC4va
Bitcoin’s dominance of crypto payments is starting to erode ti.me/3tz1Jle
A group of researchers immersed themselves in the world of Marvel superheroes to see what these champions are or are not doing well as they advance toward their senior years ti.me/3twdI39
An N95 is the best mask for Omicron. Here's why ti.me/3qyYXuz
Massimo Bottura, one of Italy’s most celebrated chefs, is on a mission to help save the planet by changing the way we eat—one delicious bite at a time ti.me/3rnkLIE
Here's how the new "Scream" movie fits into the original franchise—and where it departs ti.me/3GEpNqO
Hanya Yanagihara is never going to read your mean tweets. The author spoke with TIME about writing "To Paradise," ignoring social media and defining the relationship between her editorial perspective and her fiction ti.me/33qtbXF
Controversial investment guru Cathie Wood wants to help you trust the stock market again ti.me/3GCFOxp
Eco activist Sagarika Sriram is making change through small actions ti.me/3qyZs7T
China is finding fewer reliable sources of coal. That could be bad news for the climate ti.me/3tCRJrc
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