‘You Can’t Escape the Gravitational Pull of Jeff Bezos.’ How Amazon Won the Preliminary Union Vote in Alabama

After months of campaigning, weeks of voting, and hours of counting thousands of green ballots...
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‘Haunted Countries Deserve Haunted Stories.’ How America’s History of Racial Housing Discrimination Inspired Amazon’s New Horror Series THEM

The first season of the horror anthology series offers a haunting look at the history...
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The Significance of Taylor Swift’s Fearless in 2008—and How Taylor’s Version Stacks Up

TIME's Swifties gathered to discuss reactions to Fearless (Taylor's Version) and reflect on the original...
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Why a Weakened NRA May Still Block Joe Biden’s Moves on Guns

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A Surprising Opinion From Justice Thomas May Signal an Ominous Shift on Free Speech

A curious thing happened at the Supreme Court a few days ago. One of the...
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Northern Ireland Is Experiencing Its Worst Violence in Years. What’s Behind the Unrest?

Scenes of violence on the streets of Northern Ireland this week prompted many to recall...
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The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Watching The Real Housewives

Drama is guaranteed, social currency is key and the shade is definitely real
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How DMX’s It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot Changed the Course of Hip-Hop Forever

Few who were hip-hop fans in 1998 can forget the enormous impact of the debut...
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Two New Studies Point to How AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine Is Linked to Blood Clots

The studies provide a possible explanation for the clotting side effects
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Joss Whedon’s Confusing, Overcrowded The Nevers Indulges in the Laziest Habits of TV’s Dickens Obsession

There was a time, not so long ago, when to describe a television show as...
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