The Brief

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.

How Tsarnaev Hurt Chechnya

A Chechen surgeon who once gave shelter to the convicted Boston bomber's family tells TIME about U.S. donors deserting the region after the attack


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

Director/writer/producer Jon Stewart attends "Rosewater" New York Premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater on November 12, 2014 in New York City

Jon Stewart's Daily Show Exit Has a Firm Date

Fans of Jon Stewart have a little over three months to get their fill of the comedian and Daily Show host, with Stewart announcing the date of his departure. The 52-year-old said in February that he would be retiring from the satirical newscast after 16 years

Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi sits in a defendant cage in Cairo, Egypt on May 8, 2014.

Ousted Egyptian President Gets 20 Years in Prison

An Egyptian criminal court has sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi to 20 years in prison over the killing of protesters in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country's first elected leader

Blue Bell ice cream in Lawrence, Kan., Friday, April 10, 2015

Blue Bell Creameries Issues Recall of All Products

Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries is recalling all of its products on the market after two samplings of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeriosis. The foodborne illness was tracked to a production line in Brenham, Texas

Jason Rezaian at The Washington Post in Washington, DC on November 6, 2013.

Washington Post Reporter in Iran Faces Charges

A Washington Post reporter jailed for nearly nine months in Iran faces charges of espionage and three other crimes, his lawyer revealed on Monday. Rezaian also faces charges of "conducting propaganda against the establishment"

AC/DC drummer pleads guilty at New Zealand trial

AC/DC Drummer Phil Rudd Pleads Guilty

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded guilty to charges of threatening to kill a former employee and possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, according to various news reports. Rudd had originally pleaded not guilty to those charges last year

Chinese President Jinping visits Pakistan

Chinese Leader in Pakistan to Unveil $45 Billion Infusion

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Pakistan on Monday for a two-day visit in which he is expected to announce $45 billion worth of investment projects in energy and infrastructure development. Xi postponed a visit to Islamabad last year due to anti-government protests

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

General Images of Flipkart As India's Largest Online Retailer Said To Buy Competitor Myntra

India's Amazon Will Shut Its Website in a Year

Flipkart, India's biggest e-commerce company, said on Monday that it plans to shut down its website within a year and transition completely to a mobile app. Two-thirds of Flipkart's 8 million monthly shipments come from towns where most don't have access to computers


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 in consultation with their doctors on whether to start screening