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In the Latest Issue

May 26, 2016

Bernie’s Evolution
His unlikely crusade became a genuine campaign. Now Sanders faces a choice--and a test

Inside the Quirky Campaign Headquarters of Trump, Clinton and Sanders

Photographer Landon Nordeman takes us on a visual tour of Trump, Clinton and Sanders campaign headquarters

Meet the Entrepreneur Working to Reinvent How You Connect to the Internet

New U.S. Nutrition Labels Will Emphasize Calories and Sugar

Unemployment Insurance You Can Buy (In Advance)

Quick Talk with David Schwimmer

The Friends star returned to TV as Robert Kardashian in The People v. O.J. Simpson. Next he'll play a sommelier who partners with an ex-con chef to start a restaurant in AMC's Feed the Beast, debuting June 5.

Amazon and Netflix Play on Big Screen

A Bush Mother and Daughter Team Up

Former First Lady Laura Bush and her daughter Jenna Bush Hager recently published Our Great Big Backyard, about our national parks.

The X-Men Cede to Special Effects As the Franchise Faces an Absurd Apocalypse

Why Kids Need More Empathy

Why Uncle Sam Wants to Know How Many LGBT People Are In America

8 Questions with Eddie Huang

The author is back with a new book about his international quest for romance

The Sea-Horse Villa

Obama at War and Peace In the Middle East and Asia

For the Record

Trading Places

How Trump Went Mainstream (and You Can Too!)

Our moral horror crumbles from even a light application of mass opinion

Inside the International Contest Over the Most Important Waterway In the World

Two years ago, this disputed reef in the South China Sea was little more than a couple of rocks and a tiny weather station. Then China dug in. Now it has a running track, basketball courts--and a runway that can handle military jets.

Video Star

How YouTube celebrity PewDiePie reinvented fame

Morley Safer

Icon of television news

State of the (Uber) Union

Toyota's recent Uber investment marks the latest in a series of strategic partnerships forged between major automakers and ride-hailing startups. Here's a look at the people actually using these services and what they think about the model, per research from Pew.

Pop Chart

Congo Drifts Toward Dictatorship

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, critics of President Joseph Kabila fear his attempts to cling to power after his second term ends this year could lead to violence after a key rival was charged with allegedly plotting against the government.

The Writer Who Helped Disney Heroines Find Their Inner Feminist

How to Avoid Listeria

There have been several recent outbreaks of the food-borne bacteria (often found in produce, processed meat and frozen foods), which can cause aches, stomach problems and even death.

Boys Do Cry, and That’s O.K.

We Should Curb Our Obsession With Honor

Milestones

Venezuela Goes from Bad to Catastrophe

Until the country has a government that can build a sustainable economic system, its misery will only deepen

Preacher and Outcast Lift Faith and Fear from Comics

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