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What If Your Immune System Could Be Taught to Kill Cancer?

Burma’s Risky Reboot

A Custody Fight Deepens Wounds

9 Questions With Tyler Perry

The multitasking hit maker just produced his 800th TV episode and hosted Fox’s The Passion, while his latest Madea movie is due in theaters this fall

Elena Ferrante Brings Dark Charm to Young Readers

Her children’s book The Beach at Night is coming to the U.S.

The Battle to Scrap the ‘Tampon Tax’


The Surprising Link Between Dreams and Faith

America’s Shopping Cart

Arianna Huffington: My Guide to a Better Night’s Sleep

Review: Superheroes Duke It Out Superseriously in Batman v Superman

It’s so topheavy with false portent that it buckles under its own weight


How a Schmaltzy Ballad Became the Anthem of March Madness

“One Shining Moment” is an annual staple for the tournament

Inside the Quiet Crusade to Turn GOP Delegates Against Trump

These are the people hoping for a contested convention

Develop a Taste

Review: Pax Goes Long on Empathy

Sara Pennypacker’s book shows the love between a boy and his fox

Review: The Path Could Draw Its Own Faithful to Hulu

The new drama depicts a fictional religious movement

Wonder Woman Steals the Spotlight

Billions Continues to Reveal What’s Really Wrong With Wall Street

The show dramatizes the finance world—but not that much

Pop Chart

Residential Solar Power Faces Serious Growing Pains

The industry has seen years of torrid growth

Brussels Attacks Raise the Chances of Brexit

Will the threat of terror prompt Britain to leave the EU?

Pigeons That Track Pollution

Review: Zayn Goes in a New Direction on Solo Debut Mind

The singer is the West’s most popular Muslim pop star

Trapped in No Man’s Land in Greece

While Europe reels, thousands of refugees have nowhere to go

The Terrorist Threat From ISIS May Be About to Get Worse

The nuclear threat is real

Trump’s New Teleprompter Reveals the Method In His Populist Madness

Each of his dog whistles has been pitch-perfect

Broadway Goes Bluegrass With Steve Martin’s Bright Star

The comedian and musician unites with Edie Brickell for a folksy new musical

In Which We Explore the Utterly Perplexing Art of Decluttering With Joy

What You Said About …

Gwen Stefani

The No Doubt frontwoman and adviser on NBC’s The Voice is back with her first solo album in a decade. This Is What the Truth Feels Like, out now, grapples with life after divorce and the early stages of romance.

Why the #NeverTrump Plan Won’t Work

Three reasons a third-party plot can’t succeed

Why It Pays to Placate Your Colleagues

Review: Ashton Kutcher’s RanchServes Old Dressing

Netflix’s latest comedy is a limp affair

Remembering Andy Grove, Former Intel CEO

A personal view by Time Inc.’s Norman Pearlstine

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