Here’s Everything New on Netflix in November 2020—And What’s Leaving
Netflix’s award-winning original series The Crown returns for a fourth season on November 15. The cast for the British Royal Family in season 3 will be back, including Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, and viewers can also expect to meet Gillian Anderson as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher…
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Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime in November 2020
From 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' to 'Something's Gotta Give'
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How to Spot Disinformation Around Election Day—And What to Do About It
Be prepared for uncertainty on Election Day
America Is On-Edge As Election Day Nears
Inside its sprawling stores across America, Walmart employees began pulling thousands of guns and ammunition boxes from retail shelves this week in a pre-election precautionary move to guard against mass looting amid social unrest. Meanwhile, National Guard units in many of those states were gearing up to protect their cities and counties from threats—foreign and…
Judge Orders Extradition of Kyle Rittenhouse, Teen Charged in Fatal Shooting of Kenosha Protesters
(WAUKEGAN, Ill.) — An Illinois judge on Friday ordered the extradition of a 17-year-old accused in the fatal shooting of two demonstrators in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The ruling in Kyle Rittenhouse’s case came after a hearing at the Lake County Courthouse in Waukegan, Illinois. Defense lawyers sought to persuade Judge Paul Novak to block their client’s…
What Christians Should Do If Their Candidate Loses the 2020 Election
Nothing divides like politics, because nothing divides like fear. But what exactly, in the context of our current election, are we afraid of? The answer is the same for everyone at the macro level: we fear loss. We are afraid of losing control, safety, power, opportunity, status, rights, freedom. White people fear what might happen.…
The Pandemic Is Costing Americans More Money Than Official Numbers Suggest
The way we track household spending doesn't account for changes in what we're buying
‘The Relationship Has Always Been Tense.’ Philadelphia’s Police Department Has a Troubling History With the City’s Black Community
Community members say the PPD has a well-documented history of racial discrimination and brutality against the Black population
The Subreddit /r/Collapse Has Become the Doomscrolling Capital of the Internet. Can Its Users Break Free?
Every morning, Johnny Sayles wakes up and scrolls through news about the collapse of human civilization. Formerly a medical assistant at a surgical department in Washington state, Sayles was laid off at the beginning of April, when the pandemic hit. Confined to his home by stay-at-home orders, he began spending more time on the social…
Watch TIME100 Talks: Michelle Bachelet, Yuriko Koike and Ray Dalio
The Oct. 29 TIME100 Talk featured conversations with U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, Governor of Tokyo Yuriko Koike, and Bridgewater Associates Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer Ray Dalio.
Michigan Voters Have a History of Voting for Change. Why Joe Biden Is Bullish in this Battleground 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Trump spent most of 2016 in a one-way fight with Detroit’s automakers. He hammered them for moving jobs to Mexico and for shuttering iconic factories that were long linked…
COVID-19 Antibodies May Last Longer Than Researchers Thought
A study found antibodies against COVID-19 in recovered patients up to five months after their infection
How Joe Biden May Have Outmaneuvered Donald Trump On Energy, Climate, and the Economic Recovery
President Donald Trump thought he had hit the jackpot during the final presidential debate when his opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, declared that he would “transition away from the oil industry.” “Oh, that’s a big statement,” Trump said. “He’s going to destroy the oil industry. Will you remember that, Texas? Will you remember that,…
Here’s What We Know About Joe Biden’s COVID-19 Plan
If you watched the presidential debates, you could be forgiven for thinking former Vice President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 containment plan boils down to “not Trump’s.” When asked during the final debate on Oct. 22 how he would respond to the next phase of the pandemic, Biden spent much of his allotted two minutes attacking President…
Ask Sarah Silverman Anything: The Comic on Creating Her New Podcast and Surviving the Election
A version of this article was published in It’s Not Just You, a weekly newsletter from TIME editor-at-large Susanna Schrobsdorff. Subscribe here to get a weekly serving of small comforts and big-hearted advice delivered directly to your inbox. Six episodes into her debut podcast, comedian and actor Sarah Silverman suspects that this might be the…
‘I Thought I Was Going to Die.’ How Donald Trump’s Immigration Agenda Set Back the Clock On Fighting Human Trafficking
Emma remembers most of all the pressure in her chest as she struggled to breathe. For at least an hour, she and two other women were packed into a wooden box, one on top of the other like animals to slaughter, in the back of a truck as it crossed the border from Mexico into…
Australia’s Bushfires Burned an Area Twice the Size of Florida. Climate Change Means That’s Just the Beginning, a New Report Warns
Climate activists say they are hopeful the report will help break the country's deadlock on climate reform
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