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TIME Oct 7
"I lost my mother to COVID-19. Don't let anyone tell you it's not something to fear," writes
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Arpita Aneja Oct 7
I don't normally like to share my most painful moments in a public way, but I felt like I had to write this after the very triggering events of the past week.
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Simon Shuster Jun 11
The first confirmed death from COVID-19 in New York - the first of over 30,000 in this one state - took place at Wyckoff hospital in Brooklyn. spent a month inside its wards as the pandemic peaked. Here is what we saw:
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Richard Stengel Jun 11
WH announces Trump will give 1st speech on Juneteenth, the commemoration of the freeing of the slaves in a city that had the US's worst racial massacre + suggestion he will give convention address on Ax Handle Saturday, when black protesters were killed. The racism is the point.
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. Jun 11
Read on America's long overdue awakening to systemic racism
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. Jun 11
"You're not born a bigot--that stuff is passed down."
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TIME Jun 11
Spike Lee on the current wave of protests: “This is a world movement and that’s what makes me enthusiastic, that this energy can’t stop”
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TIME Jun 2
"I had never noticed the flag inside the Trump Tower all the times I passed it before, but in that moment, I was an active participant in that protest. I’m chanting, too, and my fist is up," writes photographer Mark Clennon
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. Apr 12
Reporting from home....On Easter, one New York City church mourns the loss of its leader as its priests recover from COVID-19
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Barack Obama Apr 10
No one should be forced to choose between their right to vote and their right to stay healthy like the debacle in Wisconsin this week.
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TIME Apr 10
"My husband died trying to protect his bus passengers from coronavirus. Please stay home so his death isn't in vain"
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Edward Felsenthal Apr 9
Most weeks, deciding what to put on the cover involves a lot internal debate. This week the choice was simple. Our special report on the heroes on the frontlines.
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. Apr 9
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Help support from line worker like Paramedic Danny Kim
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. Apr 9
Replying to @paulmoakley
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. Apr 9
I don’t even know where to begin to thank Danny Kim and @holynamehealth for allowing us to tell this story right now. My heart goes out to everyone hurting and helping right now.
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Charlotte Alter Apr 9
Incredible work in this package from , , , & the whole TIME team Special shoutout to for fighting for my story from beginning to end, and who gave me the mask I needed to do it
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Peter Hamby Jan 31
Impeachment coverage looks rad
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Joshua McKerrow Dec 15
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. Dec 13
TIME selects the top 100 photos of 2019
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