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June 18, 2015

Nip. Tuck. Or Else.

Putin’s Secret Army

The Russian President turned Chechen enemies into his closest allies—but he may be losing control

Serena Williams, Halfway to History

Finally at ease, she could win the first Grand Slam in over 25 years

Kacey Musgraves Takes Twang Into the 21st Century

She sings about gay rights and getting high. Why she’s the future of country music

The U.S. is Fighting on Two Fronts: the Real World and the Virtual One

A strike in Yemen and a setback in the cyber world

Three Bright Lights in American Infrastructure

How innovations are improving our daily lives

The U.S. Needs a Global Strategy Like China’s

The competition for influence continues

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Let Rachel Dolezal Be as Black as She Wants to Be

She’s given me the courage to reveal my true identity.

Two Political Dynasties Relaunch with Pomp, Policy and Real Potential

Why the FDA Banned Trans Fat

Manufacturers have three years to remove it from their products

Gaming’s Biggest Confab Puts the Spotlight on Tech

E3 has grown far beyond its origins

Review: How Music Got Free

Examining changes in the music marketplace

What Criminals Can Teach Us About Creativity

Creativity comes from scarcity

Surprisingly Healthy Snack Foods

Munchies to improve your wellness

Yes, the Iran Nuclear Deal Will Be Good for the U.S.

It buys time

No, the Iran Nuclear Deal Will Not Be Good for the U.S.

Iran will get too much

Inside Out’s Trippy Ride Through a Strange Land

Spoiler: The brain

In The Unfortunates, the Fall of a High-Society Dynasty

A family takes a tumble in Sophie McManus’s debut novel

A Lesser True Detective Arrives Far From Carcosa

The show’s second season is still hard-boiled, but going stale

Review: Dope Injects Urban Struggle With John Hughes Heart

Quick Talk With Christian Slater

In USA’s new drama Mr. Robot (TV premiere June 24; the first episode is streaming online now), Slater, 45, plays the mysterious head of a computer-hacking collective.

How to Change Careers

Switching gears is all the rage—but what else could I possibly do?

10 Questions With Larry Kramer

The AIDS activist, playwright and author is still pushing hard for gay rights and an HIV cure as HBO debuts a documentary about his life

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Milestones

Remembering John Carroll, Journalism Legend

Newspaperman

Ornette Coleman

Jazz avant-gardist

John Kasich

Despite a crowded field and a late start, the Republican governor of Ohio is forging ahead with his second presidential campaign. (His first was in 2000.) Kasich, a former investment banker and top congressional budget writer, spoke with TIME at a recent event in Utah.

What Happens if Greece Leaves the Euro Zone?

U.S. Shark Attacks

Beachgoers were spooked after a 12-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy were attacked by a shark while swimming in waist-deep water off the coast of Oak Island, N.C. It was “like a scene out of Jaws,” said one eyewitness. But how common–and dangerous–are these attacks? We analyzed recent data.

Two World Trade Center

After years of turmoil, new plans for Two World Trade Center were unveiled. Here’s what’s most compelling about the tower, designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and expected to open in 2020.

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