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Australia has just endured the driest three-year period on record, part of a pattern of changes in its already extreme climate

In Harvey Weinstein Trial, Drama Gives Way to Lesson on ‘Rape Myths’

As prosecutors portray Weinstein as a predator, the defense is trying to show that the accusers and their supporters are not to be trusted

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In a new report, scientists say 102 genes are connected to autism spectrum disorder, an increase from the 65 identified before

Who Will Win—and Who Should—at the 2020 Grammys

TIME's writers consider the nominees for the 2020 Grammys and make predictions about potential winners at the big night on Jan. 26

An Indian State’s Decision to Challenge the Country's Citizenship Law Signals a Growing Divide

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