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BIDEN’S PAPER TRAIL • The discovery of classified documents at the President’s Delaware home and old D.C. office throws a wrench into his 2024 plans
Nurses in the streets
Why Pakistan’s food crisis is getting worse
Why is the U.S. considering banning gas stoves?
China’s Lunar New Year threatens a grim COVID-19 toll
Prince Harry’s memoir deepens an age-old rift
5 ways to squeeze in more steps every day
What Humans Owe Animals
The attack on Brazil’s democracy is not over
How secrets keep us sick
The D.C. Brief
COMING TOGETHER • In partnership with the World Economic Forum, TIME takes a closer look at the people, technologies, and ideas that might bridge our divides
INDIA’S PATH • HOW ONE COUNTRY BECAME THE MOST IMPORTANT PLAYER IN THE PLANET’S FUTURE
The Dangerous Quest for Identity
We Hold the Pen of History
Russia’s War Costs The Whole World
Machine Learning Warning • DEEPMIND’S CEO HELPED TAKE AI MAINSTREAM. NOW HE’S URGING CAUTION
Social Media’s Perspective Pitfall
WEF’s Klaus Schwab on What’s Ahead
ON MUTE • Overtalkers are everywhere—but saying less will get you more
BEATING HEARTS AMONG THE UNDEAD • The Last of Us is the best game adaptation ever. But what does the story lose without a player?
Two literary giants duke it out
A mother and son, out of tune with one another
The best of times and the worst of times, all at the same time
A fictional history of an imaginary empire
Hello (again), Wisconsin!
An embattled Project makes its case in a new medium
Natasha Lyonne • Natasha Lyonne on her new series Poker Face, escaping the confines of traditional female characters, and why she’s happier than ever in her 40s