January 8, 2015

What I Learned From My $190,000 Surgery
The author of “America’s Bitter Pill” recounts his own experience with our broken healthcare system

Time to Build a More Secure Internet
Yes, anonymity is empowering. But escalating hacks and scams show that we need a safer alternative

French Officials Feared Attack Before Paris Shooting
French officials were concerned even before two gunmen stormed the office of “Charlie Hebdo”

The Irreplaceable Staff of Charlie Hebdo
In France, these writers and cartoonists were as well known as Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are to Americans

The Path to Peace
Chaos in the Middle East is sowing the seeds for an unlikely alliance between Israel and the Arab states

Selma: The Making of History
A vivid new film about Martin Luther King Jr. couldn’t come at a better time

Review: Selma Is the Film of the Year — But 1965 or 2014?
In Ava DuVernay’s retelling of Martin Luther King’s leadership in the Selma-to-Birmingham marches and the passage of the Voting Rights Act, we see how much King achieved — and how little we have advanced

The 100 Best Young Adult Books of All Time

The 100 Best Children’s Books of All Time

Meg Wolitzer: My Debt to Sylvia Plath

Briefing

These Are the Top 10 Geopolitical Risks of 2015
TIME foreign affairs columnist Ian Bremmer provides a guide to the global storylines of the year, beginning with an unstable Europe

Jeffrey Epstein Case Settles Old Scores
A new lawsuit could revive a high-profile sex case

Most Cancers Aren’t Your Fault
Random DNA changes are usually to blame

Bill Clinton Remembers Mario Cuomo
Mario Cuomo’s America was one of community, compassion and responsibility

What I Learned on the Set of America’s Funniest Home Videos
My audition to replace Tom Bergeron

America’s Bitter Pill

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