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Flint Michigan Water Crisis Time Magazine Cover
Sincere Smith, 2, of Flint, Mich., suffers from a full-body rash his mother blames on bathing in municipal water from the Flint River. Photograph by Regina H. Boone—Detroit Free Press/TNS/Newscom

In the Latest Issue

Jan 21, 2016

The Poisoning of an American City

Michael Moore: ‘This Is a Racial Crime’

The Democrats Stumble Toward 50 Shades of Socialism

How much should the government redistribute?

The 1 Thing on Everybody’s Mind at Davos 2016

Most want to know when will the great revolution in technology actually deliver enough jobs

The Unbearable Whiteness of the Oscar Nominations

Germany’s Migrant Assault Scandal and Europe’s Refugee Challenge

The scandal in Cologne exposes the challenge of integrating asylum seekers

Why Bernie Sanders’ Revolution Needs a Second Act

Can he actually win the White House?

Is China Kidnapping Its Critics?

The mysterious case of five missing publishers spotlights Beijing's growing intolerance

The Hidden Cost of Waiting Tables

The Favela Residents Who Won’t Make Room For The Olympics

Review: London Spy Delves Into the Inner Life of a Gay Sleuth

The U.K. show premieres on BBC America Jan. 21

Review: Zach Galifianakis’s Baskets Wrings Painful Laughs From the Tears of a Clown

The latest FX bummer-com features a remarkable performance from Galifianakis

The Confidence Game

A Voice from America’s Past Speaks Again

Alan Rickman

Villain we loved to hate

The Ice Hotel

10 Questions With Herman Wouk

The best-selling author of The Caine Mutinyand The Winds of War marks his 100th year on earth with a new memoir, Sailor and Fiddler

Saudi Arabia Will Be the Big Loser from the Plunge In Oil Prices

The country relies on oil for about 80% of budget revenue

Taiwan’s Moderate New Leader Troubles China

Glenn Frey

Eagles founder and guitarist

Quick Talk With Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Rachel Bloom

The star and co-creator of the musical comedy won a Golden Globe for the role of Rebecca

Pop Chart

A Fight for the Future of Evangelical Christianity at Wheaton

How a Facebook post sparked controversy among the faithful

What You Said About …

Verbatim

Review: 45 Years Together—and Alone

Charlotte Rampling is nominated for an Oscar for her performance

Milestones

Review: Mojave Serves Up Bleak Comedy

The humor is as dark and bitter as burnt espresso

Review: A Diva Who Changes Her Tune in Alexander Chee’s The Queen of the Night

Alexander Chee’s new novel depicts a fin de siècle Paris soprano

Lightbox

Connecting the Planet

Some 4 billion people, the majority of the world's population, lack access to the Internet and are excluded from the digital economy, according to a new World Bank study. Here's a look at how companies have tried to fill the void in the three countries with the lowest connectivity.

My Last Year in Office as Mom-in-Chief

A lame-duck mother assesses her tenure

Left and Right, Page by Page

These Are the 25 Worst Passwords of 2015

The Force will not be with people who use "starwars"

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