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Dr. Khassan Baiev attends to a young patient and her mother at the children's hospital in Grozny, the capital of Chechnya, on April 17, 2015.
Yuri Kozyrev—Noor for TIME

How Tsarnaev Hurt Chechnya

A renowned Chechen surgeon who once gave shelter to the family of convicted Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev tells TIME about the impact of U.S. donors deserting the region after the attack in 2013. The sentencing phase of Tsarnaev's trial begins Tuesday


Clinton Continues Listening Tour

Hillary Clinton told voters in New Hampshire on Monday that "I want people to know that I'm listening" as she kicked off week two of her 2016 campaign

Italian Minister Matteo Renzi answers questions during his joint press conference with Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat (not seen) after a meeting in Rome on April 20, 2015.

E.U. Calls Emergency Summit

European leaders will hold an emergency summit Thursday in the aftermath of what could be the Mediterranean's deadliest migrant tragedy ever


Most Women Shouldn't Get Yearly Mammograms, Group Says

A U.S. panel of experts reaffirms its recommendations, which suggest women ages 50 to 74 get a mammogram every two years and women ages 40 to 49 should make their own decision on whether to start screening in consultation with their doctors

Views Of Kraft Foods Products At A Supermarket Ahead Of Earns

Kraft Mac & Cheese Plans to Go for a More Natural Look

Kraft Foods Group will no longer use synthetic coloring or artificial preservatives in its original Macaroni & Cheese in the U.S., the company announced Monday, and will instead turn to natural color alternatives derived from sources like turmeric, paprika and annatto

Demonstrators protest the death of Freddie Gray outside Baltimore City Hall on April 20, 2015.

Baltimore Mayor 'Angry' Over Few Answers in Arrestee's Death

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and police officials said Monday they are continuing to investigate a man's death after injuries he sustained in custody, hoping to tame community frustrations over what is perceived as another instance of excessive force

Former Florida Governor Bush at MaryAnne's Diner in Derry, N.H. on April 17, 2015.

Jeb Bush Narrowly Leads Tight Republican Presidential Race

Florida's former governor is enjoying a slight lead over his likely GOP rivals for president, according to a new poll, but the nominating contest remains tight with no overwhelming front-runner. The news came as Bush announced a Europe trip early next month

Mohammed Morsi

Former Egyptian President Faces Death Penalty

Mohamed Morsi, once the elected president of Egypt, could be sentenced to death on Tuesday at the conclusion of a trial that has been one of the symbols of a state clampdown on the Islamists who once governed the country

The USS Theodore Roosevelt anchors off the coast on March 23, 2015 in Gosport, England.

U.S. Warship Moves to Intercept Iranian Weapons

U.S. Navy officials say the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt is steaming toward the waters off Yemen and will join other American ships prepared to intercept any Iranian vessels carrying weapons to the Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen

Running: Boston Marathon

Boston Bombing Survivors Take Marathon-Sized Strides

A group of Boston Marathon bombing survivors who were injured while watching the race two years ago are returning to the marathon this year as runners, "to heal, to build resiliency, to reach new levels," one runner said

A member loyal to ISIS in Raqqa, Syria June 29, 2014

6 Minnesota Men Charged With Trying to Join ISIS

The six men, whom authorities described as friends who met secretly to plan their travels, are accused of conspiracy to provide material support and attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization