TIME3 min de lecture
Earth And Water
TIME HAS COVERED THE PLANET AND THE dramatic damage done to it by human beings for more than a half century. With the rise of modern environmentalism came a double-width foldout on water use in 1965 and, two years later, a cover photo of polluted air
TIME2 min de lecture
Abloom In A Desert City
NATALIA SHUSTOVA REMEMBERS cutting the sleeves off her school uniforms. She’s never been a conformer. “I always wanted to stand out,” Shustova says. Now the 44-year-old Belarusian lawyer is part of a creative revolution in the high-gloss city of Duba
TIME2 min de lectureInternational Relations
News Ticker
The International Swimming Federation announced it has effectively barred transgender people from competing in women’s races. The new “gender inclusion policy” allows only people who transitioned before age 12 to compete in women’s events. The rule w
TIME2 min de lecture
What Its First Leftist Leader Might Mean For Colombia
FORMER GUERRILLA REBEL GUSTAVO Petro made history on June 19 when he was elected Colombia’s first-ever leftist President—achieving a narrow victory over populist outsider Rodolfo Hernández, with 50.4% of the vote. Petro is viewed as a radical figure
TIME1 min de lecture
Big Names, Bigger Ideas At The TIME100 Summit
DWYANE WADE, NBA champion, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, on parenting a trans child TIM COOK, CEO of Apple, on the future of digital privacy THE TIME100 GALA returned in person on June 8 after a two-year hiatus. The event, which was presented by
TIME2 min de lecture
The Boys Of Bts
SEATED AT A FEAST IN THE STYLE OF Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, the seven members of BTS celebrated their ninth anniversary as a band. The visual reference was apt. During a video of the mid-June dinner, the biggest musical act in the world dr
TIME6 min de lecture
A Rising Tide Lifts All Grids
IN 1851, CHARLES BABBAGE, THE ENGLISH MATHEMATICIAN and inventor, found himself preoccupied with what might happen should coal mines—then and now one of the primary sources of usable energy—become depleted. He concluded that “the sea itself offers a
TIME1 min de lecture
For The Record
Estimated number of Americans with medical debt—including 41% of adults—according to an NPR and Kaiser Health News investigation released on June 16 SPACEX EMPLOYEES, in a June 16 open letter to company executives about CEO Elon Musk The portion of w
TIME2 min de lectureChemistry
What To Know About COVID-19 Shots For The Youngest Kids
PARENTS IN THE U.S. HAVE WAITED MANY MONTHS TO get their kids under age 5 vaccinated against COVID-19. The green light finally came on June 17, when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized two vaccines—one made by Pfizer-BioNTech and t
TIME1 min de lecture
How Stereotypes Shape Our Words
From the first instant our eyes alight on a TV or phone screen, we are inundated with a curated set of images that (supposedly) depict the world around us. These images often show people of color through a stereotypical lens, and these stereotypes bl
TIME14 min de lecture
The Mangrove Moment
ON A RECENT TUESDAY MORNING, SEVERAL dozen Pakistani schoolchildren barreled down a wooden walkway into a thicket of mangroves. They jostled for space at a small viewing platform and eagerly pointed out fish darting between the exposed tree roots. As
TIME2 min de lecture
A Billionaire’s Starter Wife Starts Over
MAYA RUDOLPH IS THE KIND OF STAR YOU BUILD a show around. A warm, charismatic performer who has jokingly described herself as a “2¾ threat,” the SNL alum has pipes that can belt out “Purple Rain” and win Emmys for voicing Big Mouth’s Hormone Monstres
TIME2 min de lecture
What Does The Bear Market Mean For Investors And The U.S. Economy?
IF YOU INVESTED PANDEMIC-ERA GAINS in the stock market, or have a 401(k), get ready for an anxiety-inducing ride. For the first time in nearly two years, the stock market crossed into bear-market territory in June. Concerns about inflation have sent
TIME2 min de lecture
An Lgbtq+ Reading And Streaming List
This modern take on Jane Austen relocates Pride and Prejudice from Georgian-era England to the titular gay vacation spot off the coast of Long Island. Joel Kim Booster and SNL’s Bowen Yang play roles akin to the Bennet sisters. Adapted from a beloved
TIME1 min de lecture
Wonderland Washout
After historic floods forced Yellowstone National Park to shut down temporarily—and washed out this road in the park, seen June 18—thousands of visitors were forced to evacuate. The extreme weather, which experts warn will likely become more common b
TIME3 min de lecturePopular Culture & Media Studies
Dr. Ashish Jha
You’ve gained quite a following on Twitter, but social media also spreads misinformation about COVID-19. How do you separate the reliable information about the pandemic from the noise? I think Twitter has been a net positive because it brings people
TIME3 min de lecture
Disciplining Your Toddler At The End Of The World
IN EARLY MARCH 2020, AT FIVE MONTHS PREGNANT, I switched my 2½-year-old from a crib to a toddler bed. He’d always struggled with transitions, so I was ready for a battle, and determined not to let my own feelings about the seismic shift he didn’t kno
TIME9 min de lectureChemistry
Waiting For The Green Ship To Come In
CONTAINER SHIPS TRANSPORT JUST ABOUT everything. The world wants more of all of it. So the ships are getting bigger, as are the shipping channels, port complexes, and loading cranes. “All over the world they’re expanding and expanding, and building m
TIME2 min de lecture
Becky With The Bad Habit
BECKY GREEN DOESN’T WANT TO BE Becky Green anymore. And who could blame her? The protagonist of Chloe is a study in abjection. Played with protean inscrutability by Erin Doherty (The Crown’s Princess Anne), Becky works a demeaning temp job and lives
TIME2 min de lecture
Blake Crouch
Where did the inspiration for Upgrade come from? We’re at this point in time where genetic engineering is on the precipice. Having complete control over the total human genome is a little bit out of reach—but it’s right on the horizon. You did a ton
TIME6 min de lecture
Elvis Has Not Left The Building
IN 2022, THERE IS NO ONE ELVIS PRESLEY. The One True Elvis is actually many Elvises, a deity with an infinite number of faces, refracted into an ever shifting pattern of pleasure and frustration, of contradictions and delights. For every Elvis myth,
TIME1 min de lecturePolitical Ideologies
The D.C. Brief
Nevada Republicans voted on June 14 to nominate an election denialist as the state’s top elections official, an outcome that would be worrisome even if it were an isolated incident. It is not. Jim Marchant beat out six other Republican candidates vyi
TIME11 min de lecture
Wheels Of Fortune
DURING HALFTIME AT A BROOKLYN Nets game in December, a cluster of 20- and 30-something women made a beeline for the court. John Legend and Chrissy Teigen were there, sitting in prime seats, but the couple wasn’t their target. These women were hoping
TIME2 min de lecture
Space TIME
NASA HAS SPENT MORE than 60 years flying UFOs. Every spacecraft that ever ventured out into the solar system would be a decidedly unidentified flying object to any alien intelligence that might encounter it. UFOs—or UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomen
TIME2 min de lectureAmerican Government
Jan. 6 Hearings Could Spur Update Of 19th Century Law
FOR SIX MONTHS, A BIPARTISAN GROUP IN CONGRESS HAS been quietly working to overhaul the Electoral Count Act, the 1887 law that Donald Trump and his allies tried to exploit on Jan. 6, 2021, to overturn the presidential election. Advocates are hopeful
TIME12 min de lectureDiscrimination & Race Relations
The Reverend Senator
RAPHAEL WARNOCK UNDERSTANDS HIMSELF AS A MAN born of a mighty lineage that he regards a “moral tradition.” He begins with his father, a self-taught metal worker, collecting cast-off vehicles, disassembling them, and selling them for parts. Recalling
TIME4 min de lectureAmerican Government
The Education Of David Hogg
A LOT HAS CHANGED SINCE I FIRST met David Hogg in 2018. He has a beard now, and a girlfriend. He’s about to be a senior at Harvard, studying the history of conservative political movements. There’s a new President, and a new party in control of Congr
TIME2 min de lecture
A Refreshing Take On A Tried-and-true Trope
THERE’S A REASON THE FAKE RELATIONSHIP has had such longevity in fiction. The trope, in which two people feign being a couple before falling in love for real, is a predictable journey. But just because a happy ending is guaranteed doesn’t mean the st
TIME1 min de lecture
Turning The Beef Around
As nonfiction food shows continue to flourish, it’s a mystery why we so rarely see the restaurant world depicted on narrative TV. When these stories do make it to the small screen, from Fox’s watered-down adaptation of the classic Anthony Bourdain me
TIME2 min de lecturePolitical Ideologies
Emmanuel Macron’s Uncertain Path
EMMANUEL MACRON has had quite a ride the past few weeks. In April he scored a resounding 17-point victory over far-right opposition veteran Marine Le Pen to secure a second five-year term as France’s President. Then, on June 19, his political allianc
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