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Why Latinos—and Other Americans—Are Fearful of Donald Trump’s Crazy Talk
His coarse talk is empowering his supporters to speak their minds

The Etiquette of Home Security Cameras
They may be cool, but there are many things I just don’t want to see

In Search of Refuge
More than a quarter million migrants have reached the Greek islands by boat so far this year on their way to claim asylum in Western Europe

Meet Hillary Clinton’s Bulldog
Once a part of the ‘vast right-wing conspiracy’ to destroy the Clintons, David Brock now savages the media from inside Hillaryland

A Show of China’s Military Force Serves as Drumroll for U.S. Visit
Xi Jinping oversaw a massive parade on Sept. 3

Bionic Eyes, Stem Cells and Gene Therapy: 3 Cutting Edge Cures for Blindness
In a race to cure blindness, three advances come closer to reality

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Quick Talk With Tobey Maguire
The actor stars in the Bobby Fischer biopic Pawn Sacrifice

Sex and the Single Boomer in Fear of Dying
Reviewing Erica Jong’s latest book

When Detroit First Started to Stall
Reviewing David Maraniss’ new book Once in a Great City

Review: Beirut Treads Lightly on No No No
The group’s new album floats

Review: Miley Cyrus Gets Introspective on Dead Petz
The singer released a surprise album

Review: Time Out of Mind Heads Below the Poverty Line
Richard Gere plays a homeless man in his latest movie

Review: FX’s The Bastard Executioner
A bloody new drama about a dark knight

This New Sport Is Golf Without the Clubs
Players aim to put soccer balls into cups in the fewest kicks possible

10 Questions With Brené Brown
The best-selling author and professor of social work discusses the difference between guilt and shame and explains the best way to fail

A Wave of the World’s Displaced Crashes on Europe’s Shores
Migrants arrive from the Middle East, Africa and South Asia

The Fight in Kentucky Is About Public Duty–Not Personal Belief
And politicians aren’t helping

How Doctors Handle Faith

This Year’s Emmys Could Make History
Television’s top honor carries even more weight for nominees who could set records–both laudable and dubious–at the Sept. 20 event.

Inside the Fight for Control of San Francisco’s Most Famous Street

‘Survival of the Fittest’ Is a Sham

What’s Driving the Pope’s New Decrees

The Vatican Prophecies

Folding Bikes
The Kickstarter-funded Helix, from Toronto’s Peter Boutakis, aims to upend the stigma of folding bikes that force riders to trade sturdiness for portability. Here’s how it works.

Ben Carson’s Campaign Rules
Ben Carson recently challenged Donald Trump for the top spot in the Republican race in Iowa, but he’s taken a notably unconventional road to get there. Forget TV ads, big fundraisers and hectic schedules. Here’s a look at the former neurosurgeon’s playbook for his unusual maiden campaign.

Apple’s New Assets


Oliver Sacks
Playful scientist


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