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This thrilling account is based on Ib Melchior’s own experiences as a counterintelligence agent during World War II, and has been published in fifteen countries.
In picking him as his vice-presidential partner, Donald J. Trump brought on board someone who knows his way around Washington and cares about details. Why the former altar boy might make this work
EVEN FOR DONALD TRUMP, THE DISTANCE IS STILL fun to think about, up here in his penthouse 600 ft. in the sky, where it’s hard to make out the regular people below. The ice skaters swarming Central Park’s Wollman Rink look like old-television static,
From record-high graduation rates to the percentage of students who attend charters, here are some figures that help tell the story of U.S. schools over the last year.
The president-elect is issuing statements to world leaders that radically depart from U.S. foreign policy, and benefit his family’s corporate empire.
After Kala Brown is rescued from being chained inside a storage container for 2 months, police uncover at least 3 bodies nearby—and her murderous captor’s chilling secrets
The greatest unknown for U.S. interests in the world might be the United States itself.
The post-World War II global order is a great U.S. achievement. It should not be imperiled
Fidel Castro banned religion when he first took over but in recent years the regime has been more tolerant.
Your goal isn’t to live like the 1%. It’s to achieve 100% of the life that matters to you. Steal a page from today’s millionaires and learn how to plot your best route to financial freedom.
Trump's election has reopened questions that have long seemed settled in America—including the acceptability of open discrimination against minority groups.
WE WANT TO BELIEVE WE’RE ALL BASICALLY the same and want the same things, but what if we’re not? Islam, in both theory and practice, is exceptional in how it relates to politics. Because of its outsize role in law and governance, Islam has been—and
Diplomacy is like chess, a sport Russia excels in. Putin is a grandmaster of something else
Reports of Facebook's demise among teens have been greatly exaggerated. Here, some marketing lessons from the kids and the unique ways they use their favorite undead platform.
THE WINNER OF THE POPULAR VOTE LEAVES A COMPLICATED LEGACY
TO CRAFT A LIST OF THE 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL photographs in the history of the medium, TIME conducted thousands of interviews and consulted an international team of curators, historians and editors. Now, in essays and short films, we delve into the st
TARA JOHN ON JULY 15, QANDEEL BALOCH, a Pakistani social-media star, was strangled to death by her brother for “dishonoring” the family name by being outspoken about female sexuality. So-called honor killings are widespread in Pakistan, where more t
THIS IS THE 90TH TIME WE HAVE NAMED THE person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year. So which is it this year: Better or worse? The challenge for Donald Trump is how profoundly the country disagrees about the
F. SCOTT FITZGERALD FAMOUSLY WROTE, “The very rich … are different from you and me.” And he didn’t mean that in a good way. To paraphrase the author, whose themes often touched on the corrosive effects of extreme wealth, the superaffluent are soft an
Even America's own government analysts see the American Era drawing to a close.
Many millionaires attribute their success to their careers and companies. Do what they do.
AS IN THE PAST, THE DAY WILL BE COLD. Melania will hold the Bible. The kids will stand by proudly. The new President will recite his lines carefully, smile broadly and change history. And American international leadership, a constant since 1945, will
Roughly 2,500 years ago, the first great Persian Empire, led by Cyrus the Great, was founded. Over the next several centuries, it grew to dominate a significant portion of the world’s extant population and stretched from western India to the Mediterr
Hospital patients are attacking staff at an alarming rate, and there are no federal regulations requiring employers to provide any protection.
WHEN SYRIANS POURED INTO THE streets in March 2011 to demand an end to President Bashar Assad’s repressive regime, in the country’s largest city, the first protests were small. It was not until 2012, after peaceful demonstrations had turned to armed
“All the world has failed us,” a resident of the Syrian city of Aleppo told the BBC this week, via a WhatsApp audio message. “The city is dying. Rapidly by bombardment, and slowly by hunger and fear of the advance of the Assad regime.”In recent weeks
AMONG THE THOUSANDS OF SPECIAL powers that Donald Trump will gain when he is sworn in as President on Jan. 20 is the authority to protect the government of Saudi Arabia from lawsuits brought by families of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That
SINCE ANGELINA JOLIE FILED FOR DIVORCE on Sept. 19 and requested sole physical custody of the couple’s six children, Brad Pitt’s interactions with their kids have been limited. Locked in divorce negotiations with Jolie, Pitt, 52, has only been able t
NIKHIL KUMAR/NEW DELHI ON NOV. 8, INDIAN PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA Modi unexpectedly scrapped banknotes accounting for 86% of all money in circulation. His targets: tax evaders with stockpiles of illicit cash and currency counterfeiters, who would be
DONALD TRUMP MET WITH HIS FIRST FOREIGN ally just a few days after winning the U.S. presidency. But it wasn’t one of the world’s leading statesmen who got the invitation to Trump Tower. It was Nigel Farage, a man once considered a footnote in British
It's getting harder for centrists to convince themselves right-wing nationalism will disappear any time soon.
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