Photo illustration by Katherine Wolkoff for TIME
August 25, 2016

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India’s Economic Engine Has a Rocky Road Ahead

We’re Working Harder Than Ever, So Why Is Productivity Plummeting?

Most economists believe American blue and white collar workers alike are firing on all cylinders. Why that hasn’t translated in a boost in global productivity

What Donald Trump Knew About Undocumented Workers at His Signature Tower

A Distressing Summer of Workplace Sexism Reminds Us How Far We Have to Go

The New Transplant Revolution

A rise in transplants that improve lives rather than save them is filled with promise and ethical dilemmas

The First Task for Donald Trump’s New Campaign Chief: Manage the Candidate

The Benefits of Friendship With Hillary Clinton

10 Questions with Akhil Reed Amar

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Nigeria Wages War on “Indiscipline”

Review: The New Ben-Hur Is Mildly Exciting At Best

You can never be sure what this $100-million spectacle is trying to be, or exactly whom it’s for

Review: Barack and Michelle’s First Date, Imagined, in Southside with You

Inspired by fact, the film shimmers with warmth

Review: Edgar Ramirez Makes a Dazzling Roberto Duran in Hands of Stone

The real fighting spirit is there in Ramirez’s eyes

Can Virtual Reality Help People Manage Pain?

This Just In

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The actor, 38, wrote and stars in her directorial debut, The Intervention, a dramedy about a group of friends who gather for a weekend to try to persuade two unhappily married pals to divorce.

A New Wave of Miniseries Lends Clarity to a Muddled Medium

Milestones

A Taste of a Carless Future

This summer Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, became the latest city to ban cars from the roads on select days, joining a global movement by cities grappling with car-related fatalities and worsening air pollution.

For the Record

Where Rio Goes from Here

Talk May Be Cheap, but It’s Humanity’s Best Asset

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You’ll Cry Until You Laugh at Amy Schumer’s New Book

The Bright Side of Darker Emotions

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