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Better U.S. Air Quality Is Saving Thousands of Lives a Year, a New Study Says

The number of premature deaths associated with particulate matter and ozone pollution fell from about 12,600 in 2010 to 7,140 in 2017

Preliminary India Election Results Point to a Landslide Victory for Modi. Here's What to Know

The election is seen as a referendum on incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which swept to victory on a populist wave in 2014

The Debate Over Office Temperatures Just Heated Up, Thanks to a New Study

A new study found that women perform better on cognitive tasks in warmer environments, while men do better when it's chillier

These Are the Best TV Shows of the Year So Far. None Have Dragons

Keep your dragons—it was the human beings, real and fictional, at the center of the shows that captured the imagination of TIME's TV critic

'I Commanded Several of the Troops Trump May Pardon. Letting Them Off Will Undermine the Military'

Federal Judge Refuses to Block Subpoenas for Trump’s Financial Records

3 Dead in Missouri After Tornado Touches Down in State Capital

The Texas House Just Passed a Bill to ‘Save Chick-fil-A.’ Opponents Say It Promotes Anti-LGBTQ Hatred

How Carly Rae Jepsen Became Pop’s Most Beloved Underdog

Rihanna Launches Her Fenty Fashion Brand With Paris Pop-Up Store

Senior U.K. Cabinet Member Resigns in Latest Brexit Blow for Theresa May

A Healthy Dog Was Euthanized so It Could Be Buried With Its Owner