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Why words fail to describe the Las Vegas shooting

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Why Words Fail to Describe the Las Vegas Shooting

While some debate whether the shooting should be called "terrorism," many struggle to find any words that are sufficient, TIME's Katy Steinmetz writes

'The Worst Feeling in the World.' A Mother's Terror During the Las Vegas Shooting

She heard the shots. Her son was missing. This is her eyewitness account of the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history

A Land They No Longer Recognize: Desperation and Resilience in Puerto Rico

A photographer on assignment for TIME tours Puerto Rico's poorest neighborhoods, which were hit hardest by Hurricane Maria

Breast Cancer Deaths Drop Nearly 40% In the U.S.

That's good news, though one group of women still face much higher death rates and advanced stages of breast cancer

The ‘Shocking’ Law That Protects Gunmakers After Mass Shootings Like Las Vegas

Hunter: I Love My Guns. I'm Getting Rid of My Semi-Automatic Battle Rifle

Warren Buffett Says the Republican Tax Plan Contains a 'Terrible Mistake'

Microsoft Just Bought a Virtual Reality Company to Challenge Facebook

Trump Says Puerto Rico's Debt Should Be 'Wiped Out'

Sexual Assault Survivor to Betsy DeVos: Mediation Is Not a Viable Resolution

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