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November 5, 2015 7:17 AM EST

Is Iran Finally Ready for Change? What the country will look like in 2025

Bringing the Good Fight Home The work has just begun for the next greatest generation of war vets

What the Legal Battle Over Trump University Reveals About Its Founder Inside the litigation

Why Turkey Went Back to Erdogan Inside the surprise election result

How Rubio Is Rising Like a ‘GOP Obama’ While Jeb the joyful tortoise falls behind

How the GOP Tormenting Jeb Took Shape During His Father’s Presidency The candidate is bedeviled by a party drawn to extremes

The Damage of China’s One-Child Policy May Already Be Done The country faces a major aging crisis

What’s at Stake In Burma’s Elections?

Inside Iran After the Deal

Can Apple Win the Battle for Control of Your Living Room? Competition heats up in streaming television

10 Questions With Shonda Rhimes The president of Thursday night—Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, How to Get Away With Murder—doesn’t believe in glass ceilings

Michel Houellebecq’s SubmissionPortrays a 21st Century French Revolution The controversial novel by is now available in English

Charlie Brown’s New Look Feels Like Old Times in The Peanuts Movie Snoopy is back—in 3-D

Spotlight Gives a Chilling Peek Beneath Soiled White Collars The new film goes inside the Boston Globe investigation of abuse in the Catholic Church

Ellie Goulding’s Delirium Is a Fever Dream on a Dance Floor The pop singer’s new album is out Nov. 6

Tim McGraw Stays Country Strong His 14th album is Damn Country Music

What It’s Like to Give Your Dog a Personality Test And what you learn about yourself

How America Voted There may not have been any federal offices at stake, but voters across the U.S. settled a range of hot-button issues in the Nov. 3 off-year elections. Here’s a look at some of the notable ballot measures.

The World According to John Irving Reviewing his new novel Avenue of Mysteries

John le Carré: A Most Elusive Man Reviewing his new biography by Adam Sisman

Kids and Technology Common Sense Media recently surveyed more than 2,600 teens (ages 13–18) and tweens (ages 8–12) about their media habits. Here’s what it found:

Spectre Shows It Doesn’t Pay to Bet Against Bond A review of 007’s latest adventure

Why America Needs More Female Cops

Peggy Noonan The Wall Street Journal columnist and former speechwriter to Ronald Reagan talks 2016, the presidential psyche and her new book, The Time of Our Lives

Cups That Trick Your Taste Buds

Why the Winds Are Changing on Keystone TransCanada, the company seeking to build the controversial Keystone XL pipeline linking Canada’s tar sands and the Gulf of Mexico, asked the U.S. government Nov. 2 to suspend its permit application. Here’s why the project is looking like a lost cause.

Gyms Take a Lesson from Netflix in Shaking Up Memberships ClassPass has invaded cities across America

Kansas City Royals The World Series

How to Breathe Better to Relieve Stress New exercises can help keep you calm

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