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The Hobbit Is Turning 80. Here‘s What Reviewers Said About It in 1937

Some recognized it would become a classic-others, not so much

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Jimmy Kimmel Isn‘t Letting Senator Cassidy Off the Hook For His Health Care Bill

Kimmel pushed back on the idea that he couldn‘t speak on the bill as a talk show host

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This Is Where Hurricane Maria Is Right Now

The storm has continued moving after devastating the island of Puerto Rico

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MSNBC Anchor Lawrence O‘Donnell Apologizes for Off-Camera Rant

Shown through leaked footage

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Your Towels Are Way Dirtier Than You Think

Towels can be a perfect place for bacteria to grow

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Girl Found Trapped in Rubble as Rescuers Look for Survivors of Mexico Earthquake

The sight of her wiggling fingers became a symbol for hope

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Battle of the Sexes Serves Up a Winning Portrait of Billie Jean King

Any woman who has negotiated a salary or raise in the past five years (or the past 50) might feel a shiver of recognition watching Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris‘ buoyant period piece Battle of the Sexes. In 1973, aging tennis legend Bobby Riggs, hoping to recapture the spotlight by crowing that he could beat

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Return of the Kingsman

One of the following is not a feature of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Matthew Vaughn‘s bodaciously entertaining sequel to his equally nutso 2015 comic-book adventure Kingsman: The Secret Service. A treacherous gondola in the Italian Alps, a pug puppy, a Sistine Chapel explosion, a royal wedding, Julianne Moore as a perky yet sadistic drug lord-lordess?-with

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A Child Survives the Khmer Rouge

Some movies are just a tough sell, and you could be forgiven for shying away from a story about the horrific reign of the Khmer Rouge as seen through a child‘s eyes. But Angelina Jolie‘s First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, adapted from Loung Ung‘s 2000 memoir of the same name,

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Grace and Gumption In Irish-Catholic Brooklyn

Not much happens to the Little Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, the stars of Alice McDermott‘s new novel The Ninth Hour-they live to serve others. But plenty has happened to those in their care. These nuns in early-20th century Brooklyn help people in rock-bottom situations: a woman who‘s lost her leg to a rabid

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What I Learned About Leadership from Leading Leaders

I get deeply insulted when people say, lead, follow or get out of the way. My entire career has consisted of getting in the way. It‘s why people don‘t like journalists: we‘re always getting in the way of leaders by nitpicking that they shouldn‘t start a war with North Korea or that they need to

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Darren Aronofsky

The Black Swan director on how his divisive new film starring Jennifer Lawrence, mother!, confronts climate change and fame. Mother! is about a couple (Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem) who are living an idyllic rural life until it is severely disrupted by unwelcome guests. It‘s an allegorical epic that has split critics. Why make this

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In a Quantum Leap, Star Trek Becomes a Female Enterprise

When announced two years ago that it would bring Star Trek back to television, this time starring two women of color, you could have been forgiven for thinking the trolls might stay under their bridges for once. Even if they turned out in droves to protest the casting of Daisy Ridley as the lead of

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Divided Democratic Party Debates Its Future as 2020 Looms

A divided party debates its future

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TIME‘s Second Century

Hanging above my desk is a letter from the editors of TIME to my grandfather. An immigrant who fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s, he, like so many others of his era, was introduced to America through the pages of this magazine. Now and then, he returned the favor by introducing TIME‘s editors to some

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Review: The New Apple TV Is a High Fidelity Powerhouse

But it‘s overdue and expensive

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North Korea Compares Donald Trump‘s Threat to a ‘Dog Barking‘

Following Trump‘s comments at his debut U.N speech

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Donald Trump Stays Mum on Iran Nuclear Deal Decision

Trump has called the deal the worst agreement ever negotiated by the U.S.

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‘Perverted, Atrocious.‘ Judge Sentences Cult-Like Figure Who Had Sexual Relationships With 6 Young Sisters

‘Corrupted, perverted, atrocious‘

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Bernie Casey, Pro Football Player Turned Actor, Dies at 78

Casey died Tuesday in Los Angeles after a brief illness

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White Man Accused of Killing 2 Black Men Placed on Suicide Watch

Police say last week‘s slayings may have been racially motivated

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A Stunned Puerto Rico Seeks to Rebuild after Hurricane Maria

Maria was the strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in over 80 years and has caused an island-wide power outage

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Donald Trump Said ‘Nambia‘ When He Meant Namibia. Here Are 4 Things to Know About It

The nation is one of the world‘s top diamond producers, among other things

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‘The Sound of a Dog Barking.‘ North Korea Dismisses Trump‘s Threats

Following Trump‘s comments at his debut U.N speech

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