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The 12 Most Underrated BTS Songs
In anticipation of their album Map of the Persona: 7, TIME plucked out the K-pop supergroup's most overlooked gems
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Facebook Videos of Her Trip to Standing Rock Reveal Her Political Awakening
The trip is a glimpse at a crucial moment of political evolution, the last few moments before Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the bartender became Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the congressional candidate.
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Father Sues Airline Claiming His Son, 6, Was Sexually Assaulted During Layover
The boy was traveling as an unaccompanied minor from Brazil to the U.S.
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Trump Offered to Pardon Julian Assange if He Cleared Russia of Leaking DNC Emails, Lawyer Says
Assange is fighting extradition to the U.S. on spying charges, and his full court hearing is due to begin next week
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Every Child on Earth Faces ‘Existential Threats’ From Climate Change, Report Finds
Every child on Earth faces an uncertain future due to the effects of climate change and not one country is doing enough to ensure its children’s sustained wellbeing, a new report says. The findings, compiled by over 40 child and adolescent health experts in a commission convened by the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and…
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First Cases of Coronavirus in Iran Have Killed 2 Elderly Citizens, State News Agency Says
Both of the victims were located in a city about 140 kilometers (86 miles) south of the capital Tehran
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Pop Smoke, Fast-Rising Brooklyn Rapper, Dies at 20 and the Music Community Mourns
Chance the Rapper, Nicki Minaj and other stars quickly paid tribute on social media
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Empty Cities and Stalled Industrial Production, New Analysis Shows Coronavirus Has Cut China’s Carbon Emissions by 100 Million Metric Tons
The report says that coal consumption in the country has also fallen to a four-year low
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‘I Didn’t Do the Things They Said.’ Rod Blagojevich Maintains His Innocence After Trump’s Commutation
The former Illinois mayor returned home Wednesday after serving eight of his 14-year sentence
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Bernie Sanders Supporters in Nevada Are Canvassing on Horseback to Get Out the Rural Vote
Sebastian is standing next to me, watching Cynthia Rifi and Brittnee Meechan approach a neighbor’s door to talk about Bernie Sanders. He looks like he might want to go have a chat with the neighbor too, but he’ll wait to see how it goes first. It’s probably worth clarifying that Sebastian is a gorgeous, 16.2-hand…
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Woman Doing Random Challenge Shuts It All Down With Her Amazing Singing Voice
Listen to those vocals
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Here’s the Secret Meaning Behind the BTS Small No. 7 Memes You’re Seeing Everywhere
It's an easy way to spot a die-hard BTS fan
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Watch the New Trailer for There’s Something in the Water, Ellen Page and Ian Daniel’s Documentary About Environmental Racism in Canada
And meet the women who have dedicated their lives to fighting it
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TIME Announces Expansion Plans and Speaker Lineup for the 2020 TIME 100 Summit
(New York, NY) — TIME will expand its TIME 100 Summit, the live event extension of the annual TIME 100 list of the most influential people in the world, to a two-day event in 2020. The second annual event, to be held on April 21 and April 22, will convene the TIME 100 community and…
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Fist Bumps vs. Handshakes: How COVID-19 Does—and Doesn’t—Spread
Can the newest coronavirus spread through a handshake? Or by sharing shopping carts or subway hanging straps? Here’s what you need to know about how COVID-19 spreads from person to person
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U.K. Patient Plays Violin During Unusual Brain Tumor Surgery
Violinist Dagmar Turner performed while surgeons removed a brain tumor
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China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters Over Opinion Column
Officials said the move is in retaliation for a column's headline
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France to Shut Down Its Oldest Nuclear Complex by the End of June
One of its reactors will be closed this weekend
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As Passengers Leave Coronavirus-Stricken Cruise Ship, Crew Members Are Moving Into Their Cabins for a Second Quarantine
As passengers started leaving the Diamond Princess Wednesday following a quarantine that saw them largely confined to their rooms for two weeks, another quarantine is about to begin. The 1,000-some crew members still left on the coronavirus-stricken ship will soon be moving from their desks below the waterline—where they shared rooms, toilets and dining areas—into…
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Boeing Finds Another Issue With 737 Max Jets — Debris in Fuel Tanks
The fuel tank debris was discovered during maintenance on parked planes
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Mike Bloomberg Would Sell Media Business if Elected President, Adviser Says
Bloomberg would put Bloomberg LP into a blind trust, and the trustee would sell the company, an adviser said
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For Decades, an Annual Competition Has Challenged Students to Deliver Speeches Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. Here’s Why It’s Still Going Strong
An HBO documentary follows students preparing for the 40th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Festival in Oakland, Calif.
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Neighbor Strangled Missing 6-Year-Old South Carolina Girl, Then Killed Himself: Police
Her body was found nearly three days after her abduction
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Why Suburban American Homeowners Were Accused of Being a ‘Profit-Making Cartel’ in the 1970s
There’s a good deal of mythos around the idea that America is an “ownership society,” and an important part of maintaining that mythos is a politics that regards a request to build public housing to alleviate crowding as a communist plot yet considers the federal government greasing the sale of single-family houses as free-market forces…
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Black Gay Writers Deserve to Tell Our Stories. Brandon Taylor’s Real Life Achieves That and More
In Brandon Taylor’s highly-anticipated novel Real Life, protagonist Wallace — Southern, black and gay — has left behind his family and their fraught shared history to pursue graduate studies in biochemistry at a predominantly white Midwestern university. The novel unfolds over three long days spent in and out of the lab, diving into the daily…
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Wendy’s Agrees to Pay $400,000 to Resolve Child Labor Law Allegations
Investigators estimated more than 2,100 violations at 46 corporate-owned Wendy’s in Massachusetts
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After a 6-Year-Old Girl Acted ‘Out of Control’ in School, She Was Involuntarily Committed to a Mental Health Facility
Nadia King later spent 48 hours in the facility, before being released to her mother
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