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Simone Biles Is Taking Her Sport to New Heights

Let the 2016 Rio Games Begin

A New Beach Volleyball Partnership Faces its Toughest Test Yet

Justin Gatlin Has a Final Chance to Beat Bolt–and Win Redemption

Amid Crises, Rio Readies for its Olympics Closeup

Can the Games Get Clean?

What About Zika?

Embracing His Rival, Bernie Sanders Gives Hillary Clinton the Boost She Needs

A Kidnapping of the Heart on Netflix

What You Said About …

Low Gas Prices Are Stalling the Green-Car Revolution

Women’s ‘Empowerment’ Is Not Real Power

Putin Is on a Foreign-Policy Winning Streak

A Summer of Bloodshed Threatens Europe’s Union

That ’70s Saga

The Rise of Chicken

Thais Vote on a New Constitution Under the Military’s Thumb

For the Record

Pop Chart

Quick Talk With Kathryn Hahn

I Want Olympic Glory for My Son. He Doesn’t Want to Break a Sweat

An Open-Air Hotel

This Just In

A roundup of new and noteworthy insights from the week’s most talked-about studies.


Fireworks from the Floor In Philadelphia

When Governments Meddle With Nature

New Zealand wants to eradicate all rats, stoats and possums by 2050 to help conserve wildlife, as the nonnative predators kill 25 million indigenous birds annually. But history is filled with examples of ecosystems going awry because of mass exterminations ordered by governments.

5 Ways to Weather Summer Heat Waves

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Works Serious Magic on the West End Stage

The latest installment of Harry Potter’s story may be London’s answer to New York’sHamilton

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff on Her Impeachment Trial, the Olympics and Zika

‘I have the conviction that I can win’

Meet Jill Stein, the Green Party Foe of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Unapologetic opposition that could be pivotal on Election Day

The Best Way to Delay Dementia Without Drugs

A new study provides the strongest evidence yet for the power of brain training to reduce the risk of dementia and possibly Alzheimer’s

Review: Vice Principals is a Political, Brilliantly Unfunny Comedy

Danny McBride’s new series fits into the Trump era

Is Vladimir Putin Taking Sides in the Presidential Election?

The U.S. presidential campaign is a ripe target

Review: Matt Damon Elevates Jason Bourne
 Beyond Generic Action

The film’s chase sequences may leave you feeling worked over instead of energized, but Damon brings the personal touch Jason Bourne needs

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