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The Danger in Prosecuting Julian Assange for Espionage

Just clicking one WikiLeaks link and posting that information on the internet for others to read would technically violate the Espionage Act

Electronic Waste Is Becoming a Global Environmental Problem

As a tech-hungry nation gets ready to upgrade to the next generation of lightning-fast 5G devices, there is a surprising environmental cost to be reckoned with

The 10 Best Albums of 2019 (So Far)

Many of this year's strongest records have come from outside pop's center and deserve attention, write TIME's music critics

While Prisoners Struggle to Afford Calls to Their Families, States Are Making a Profit. This Must Stop Now

Keeping strong family ties has been proven to help people return to society

New Details About Hours-Long Struggle to Retrieve Body of Woman Mauled by Lion in North Carolina

The World’s Most Consumed Alcohol Is One You Might Not Have Tried. But It’s Coming to a Bar Near You

Cannes Review: Will Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire Be the Surprise Hit Out of Cannes?