Photo-illustration by Andrew B. Myers for TIME
June 11, 2015

Questions to Answer in the Age of Optimized Hiring
Do you trust data more than your instincts?

A New Look for TIME

The Other Side of the Great Firewall

While the U.S. worries about Chinese hacking, Beijing has built a separate Internet for the 649 million Chinese online

Video Games in the Age of Cell Phones

There’s a science to why you’re hooked, and these guys have cracked it.

How Rand Paul Has Already Changed the 2016 Race

The candidate has proven chatty and thoughtful

Happy Father’s Day to My Ex-Husband

Really.

Jurassic World Offers a Reptilian Reckoning to a Culture that’s Bored to Death

The Confusion Around Personal Retirement Accounts

It’s time to clarify the situation

A Vision of Lost Sheep in The Wolfpack

A Jailbreak Shows Prisons Are Only as Strong as the People Who Staff Them

How to Raise an Adult

America’s Egg Shortage, Ny the Numbers

For the first time since 2002, the USDA will allow commercial bakers and processed-food producers to import pasteurized egg products from Europe–specifically, the Netherlands (which meets high food-safety standards). It’s welcome news amid the food crisis.

Paul Dano

In the Brian Wilson biopic Love and Mercy, in theaters now, Dano (Little Miss Sunshine, There Will Be Blood) plays the troubled Beach Boys songwriter as a young man, while John Cusack handles his middle years.

What You Said About …

Manolo-Shod Monkey Still on Bushnell’s Back

Déjà Vu All Over Again

NASA’s ‘Flying Saucer’

After years of development and several postponements, the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator–designed to help NASA develop Mars-landing technology–had its crucial second test flight over Hawaii on June 8. Here’s how it fared.

Top Sunscreens Are Put to the Test

The Problem With TV’s Golden Age

Now, you don’t have time to watch it

American Pharoah Triple Crown Champion

A Welcome Victory for Democracy in Turkey

Carly Fiorina’s Tireless Drive

The presidential candidate is getting a second look

Weekday Warriors

The U.S. Wades Deeper Into its War on ISIS

Pop Chart

Apple’s Next Trick: Upending Streaming Music

Verbatim

The Surprising Role of Hospitals in Outbreaks

Why it’s Risky to Be Risk-Averse

How to Improve Your Memory

Jonathan Strange Makes Alternative History Magic

Bob Baffert

American Pharoah’s Hall of Fame trainer led the bay colt to the first Triple Crown win since 1978. Baffert talks about his horse, his hair and his biggest influence

How Air Travel Could Get Greener

Aviation accounts for only about 2% of global greenhouse-gas emissions, but it’s one of the fastest-growing contributors to climate change. That’s one reason the Environmental Protection Agency announced on June 10 that it will develop regulations for carbon emissions from airplanes, which could prompt major industry changes.

FDA Reviews Breakthrough Drugs

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