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The Fatty Foods You Should Be Eating

When you reach for fat-free foods, you’re not doing your health or waistline any favors. So which high-fat foods should be packing your plate?

Donald Trump Thinks a Lot of Things Are Phony, Rigged, Politically Motivated Hoaxes

The Republican presidential nominee has a habit of criticizing nonpartisan institutions as rigged, phony and biased. He's gone after the Federal Reserve, the FBI, the debate commission and scientists, among others

President Obama Says We're Going to Mars. If Only It Were That Easy

President Obama promised a public-private partnership to get astronauts on Mars. That's stirring stuff—provided there's anything to it. Which there may well be. Or not, TIME's Jeffrey Kluger writes

How a Photo of an Eagle Stuck in a Car Went Viral

A mother and her son were driving south on a highway in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Matthew to see if their lake property had suffered any damage in the storm. Then they saw something amazing

Hillary Clinton and Al Gore Talk Climate Change in an Election That's Ignored It

Thais Are Praying for the Recovery of Ailing King Bhumibol Adulyadej

3 Phones to Buy if You Loved Samsung's Galaxy Note 7

Bethenny Frankel: ‘I Don’t See Gender’ in Business

How ISIS Twisted the Meaning of 'Caliphate'


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