Thursday, December 1, 2022
Experts Fear a Shortage of Forensic Pathologists Will Leave Deaths Unexplained

Experts Fear a Shortage of Forensic Pathologists Will Leave Deaths Unexplained

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Makeshift morgues were necessary back in 2020, when COVID-19 lacked a vaccine and was killing so many people that hospitals and funeral homes couldn’t keep up. But two years later, they were still in use in Baltimore—for a different reason. In February, according to news stories at the time, at least 200 bodies from the
Why Australia-China Tensions Are Here To Stay, Despite a Diplomatic Reset

Why Australia-China Tensions Are Here To Stay, Despite a Diplomatic Reset

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U.S. President Joe Biden isn’t the only world leader seeking an audience with China’s Xi Jinping in Bali this week. A day after the Biden-Xi talks, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met the Chinese President on Tuesday amid the G20 summit on the Indonesian resort island. Xi will also use the occasion of the global
The White House Is Pushing Congress to Rein in Big Tech Before the GOP Takes Over the House

The White House Is Pushing Congress to Rein in Big Tech Before the GOP...

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With only a few weeks left to pass two high-profile antitrust bills targeting Big Tech, the White House is privately pushing the offices of the Democratic leaders in Congress to pass the legislative package during the lame duck session, according to sources familiar with the matter. In private meetings with the staffs of Senate Majority
I Tested Positive for COVID-19 Right Before the Holidays. What Should I Do?

I Tested Positive for COVID-19 Right Before the Holidays. What Should I Do?

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The dreaded scenario has happened: you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 at the worst time, with holiday travel, parties, or family gatherings just days away. Does this mean your plans are doomed? Even nearly three years into the pandemic, the answer is surprisingly complicated. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says most people
Exclusive: MLB Execs Say There’s no Collusion in Aaron Judge Free Agency

Exclusive: MLB Execs Say There’s no Collusion in Aaron Judge Free Agency

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Major League Baseball (MLB) executives tell TIME that the league had finished its inquiry into potential collusion between two owners to suppress the free agent market for superstar slugger Aaron Judge. MLB says it found no collusion in this instance. “We’ve completed our investigation,” a senior MLB executive told TIME. “And we’ve notified the MLBPA
Long Before the Club Q Shooting, Colorado Springs Held a Dark Place in LGBTQ History

Long Before the Club Q Shooting, Colorado Springs Held a Dark Place in LGBTQ...

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Long before the Nov. 19 shooting at an LGBTQ+ bar in Colorado Springs that killed five and injured at least 18, the city had a history as a flashpoint in American queer life. Located in the traditionally red El Paso County—home to three out of five military commands in the county, and a region former
Trump’s 2024 Announcement Makes Clear He Has No Idea Why He Lost

Trump’s 2024 Announcement Makes Clear He Has No Idea Why He Lost

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This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. Most of us have bombed an assignment, be it a spelling test we forgot to cram for back in elementary school, a college exam that we just didn’t understand, or a work
Musk Tells Staff to Accept ‘Hardcore’ Twitter or Leave in Email

Musk Tells Staff to Accept ‘Hardcore’ Twitter or Leave in Email

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Elon Musk sent an email to Twitter Inc. employees requiring them to pledge to stay with the company, working long hours at “high intensity” during its transformation, or to accept a buyout. Staff will have to complete the online form by 5 p.m. New York time on Thursday or accept three months severance. For Twitter
Trump’s Presidential Run Shouldn’t Deter Merrick Garland

Trump’s Presidential Run Shouldn’t Deter Merrick Garland

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The confetti had barely been swept away from the midterm election celebrations when Donald Trump announced that he would be running for president again in 2024. His candidacy raises a natural question—what happens now to the federal investigations into his conduct? The Department of Justice is investigating Trump’s role in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Bardo Is Alternately Dazzling and Aggravating

Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Bardo Is Alternately Dazzling and Aggravating

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All the world claims to love a grand, ambitious filmmaker—but not really. There’s something in us that makes us more likely to root for the underdog director, the one who makes an intimate film that quietly wows us, than for the one who announces his filmmaking genius with the subtlety of a flare gun. Enter