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TIME Magazine

May 27, 2019

TIME magazine’s signature voice and trusted content make it one of the most recognized news brands in the world. Offering incisive reporting, lively writing and world-renowned photography, TIME has been credited with bringing journalism at its best into the fabric of American life. Every issue delivers a deeper understanding of the world we live in.

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conversation

WHAT YOU SAID ABOUT …“I HAVE A PLAN” Fans of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren saw Haley Sweetland Edwards’ May 20 profile as a victory for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate. “She’s FINALLY starting to get the media attention she deserves after what’s been an incredible early-stage campaign,” tweeted activist Adam Best. Conservative pundit S.E. Cupp tweeted that the story was right to point out that Warren “definitely has real policy plans, where many other candidates don’t. Now it’s up to voters to decide if they make sense.” (For her, she added, “they don’t.”) Rodney W. Hanson of Lacey, Wash., wished the article mentioned even more of Warren’s policy positions, particularly those on climate change, but to Facebook user Paul Dukich, all those policies ran together as “more and more taxes.”‘I…

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for the record

‘I think all grand juries are improper. I don’t like the secrecy of it.’CHELSEA MANNING, WikiLeaks whistle-blower released from jail May 9, on why she won’t comply with a new subpoena‘His main concern is that turkey season ends this week, and he has not reached his limit.’THE CARTER CENTER, assuring the public on May 13 that 94-year-old former President Jimmy Carter is expected to fully recover from surgery after breaking his hip while preparing to go on a turkey-hunting trip‘I didn’t mind explaining photosynthesis to you when you were 12. But you’re adults now, and this is an actual crisis.’BILL NYE, host of Bill Nye the Science Guy, urging viewers to take climate change more seriously, on the May 12 episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver‘WE’RE LOOKING FOR…

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how the trade war will be fought

TRADEThe real trade war: Whose rules will reign?RAY GAESSER, A SOYBEAN FARMER IN CORNING, Iowa, is on the front lines of the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. Last fall, he was optimistic that the world’s two largest economies would seal a deal that would keep his crops moving to market in China. But as tit-for-tat tariffs have made his soybeans less competitive, Gaesser, 66, says it will be hard for many growers to turn a profit this year. “Farmers’ patience is growing thin,” he tells TIME. The question that really scares him: “Are we going to be in this for a long, long time?”‘If someone thinks their own race and civilization is superior and insists on remolding or replacing other civilizations, it would be a stupid idea…

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a brexit champion again rattles britain

POSTCARDThe Godfather of Brexit returns to rile up the U.K.WHEN THE SUN SHINES ON CLACTON-ON-SEA on the east coast of England, the town comes alive with sunbathers, kids playing arcade machines and shopkeepers hawking beach balls on the sand-swept promenade. But the sky on a recent spring morning was overcast, and it hung over a different sort of crowd.Hundreds gathered at Clacton’s pier on April 23, many bearing pro-Brexit placards and wearing Union Jack pins. As the man they had come to see, Nigel Farage, stepped up to speak, a local politician hailed him by a nickname: the Godfather of Brexit.Farage’s lobbying was indeed instrumental to the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union in the referendum of June 2016, especially his vociferous anti-migrant sentiment. But days after the result,…

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milestones

DIEDPeggy Lipton Counterculture iconPEGGY LIPTON’S PERFORMANCE AS JULIE BARNES ON THE MOD Squad made a huge impact on my whole generation. The show was decidedly not meant for our parents, and Peggy, who died on May 11 at 72, was a revelation. She represented a type of person not seen on television before, the quintessential example of a new kind of woman, young and hip, with a resilience that complemented a truly gentle spirit.Later, she played a more personal, yet equally influential, role in my life, when we worked together on Twin Peaks. Peggy brought mystery and strength in equal measure to the character of Norma, who ran the Double R Diner. She radiated a sense of purpose, and her performance on the show in many ways mirrored Peggy the…

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ex-nfl player john urschel

ONE RECENT AFTERNOON IN CAMBRIDGE, MASS., John Urschel and I strolled along the Charles River on the way to his office at MIT, where he’s pursuing a Ph.D. in mathematics. We were passing some of the MIT athletic facilities when I asked Urschel a seemingly mundane question. Where’s the football field? Urschel’s response was quick: “You’re looking at it.”Now, I’m no MIT math major. But I’m bright enough to know I was staring straight at a baseball diamond. Such a slip would have been innocent enough, if Urschel hadn’t spent three seasons as an offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens.In the summer of 2017, Urschel announced he was retiring from the NFL, at age 26, to pursue his mathematics doctorate full time. His decision came two days after the Journal…

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