The TV shows to watch in 2017

The Brief January 06, 2017
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The TV Shows to Watch in 2017
From 'The Young Pope' to 'Twin Peaks', here are the new television shows that we are most excited to tune into (or stream) in 2017

Lawmakers in 6 More States Are Pursuing 'Bathroom Bills'
The battle of the bathrooms is about to resume. Lawmakers in at least six states have already filed bathroom-related bills and more will likely follow, advocates say

In Manila, Death Comes By Night
Since President Rodrigo Duterte took office, more than 6,000 people have been killed in his campaign to purge the Philippines of illegal drugs. Photographer James Nachtwey captured stunning images of the Philippines' war on drugs

Why Jimmy Fallon's Stunts Won't Work at the Golden Globes
Fallon's tendency to be inoffensive means that his Golden Globes hosting gig will likely be a missed opportunity, TIME television critic Daniel D'Addario writes

Former NATO Commander: U.S. Should Form a Closer Military Alliance with Israel
The U.S. spends a great deal of time focusing on the military capabilities represented by the Middle Eastern nations it rightly considers threats: Iran and…

What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2017
Things to skip: Times New Roman, an "objective" blurb, and a Hotmail address.

Why You Shouldn't Invest in Bitcoin
The price of the virtual currency has fluctuated wildly

The British Journalist Who Uncovered Massive Corruption Half a World Away
Clare Rewcastle Brown was a retired London TV journalist when she came across the biggest story of her life: 13,000 km away, in Malaysia, there was a staggering network of corruption that appeared to reach the top of the country's political power structure. She's not done reporting it yet

Inside the Real Research Lab From 'Hidden Figures'
Langley was a hub of aviation innovation

Kentucky Lawmakers Are Pushing to Ban Abortion After 20-Weeks
Now that Republicans control the state government

How to Prevent Peanut Allergies
The pros have some ideas

Indonesia's Worsening Problem With Fake News
The sharing of fake news is common in many countries but in Indonesia, with its recent incidences of domestic terrorism and long history of ethnic and religious violence, it is potentially deadly


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