Grammy Awards 2024 Red Carpet Fashion- See Every Look as the Stars Arrive

2024 GRAMMYs: Most Jaw-Dropping Fashion!

There were plenty of mic-drop fashion moments at the 2024 Grammys.

When stars like Dua Lipa, Victoria Monét, Paris Jackson, Joni Mitchell, Doja Cat and more arrived at Los Angeles' Arena on Feb. 4, they turned the red carpet into a runway. And they certainl…

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China Set to Overtake U.S. in Space

The U.S. might be celebrating the impending launch of the Space Launch System (SLS) moon rocket and the serial successes of the James Webb Space Telescope, but according to at least some experts, there’s a potential skunk at the cosmic picnic: China. As Defense One reports, a new analysis conducted by experts from the Space Force, Air Force, Defense Innovation Unit, and more have conclude…

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Big Pharma Is Hijacking the Information Doctors Need Most

Back in 1982, when I first began my career as a family practitioner in a small town of Boston, I was confident that the care I’d provide would be as effective as the care patients receive anywhere in the world. At the time, the death rate for Americans was lower than that of comparable countries, resulting in 128,000 fewer deaths annually. Although healthcare was expensive—costing 2…

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Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin Were Supposed to Nap After Landing on the Moon, But They Couldn’t Wait to Walk

Five decades ago, as astronauts traveled to the moon for the first time, TIME watched closely, along with the rest of the world. The magazine documented not only the moon landing but also the hopes and fears in the lead-up to the journey. This week, TIME looks back to that era and ahead to the new space race. To mark the anniversary, we’re also looking back to the original issues that ran…

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On World AIDS Day, Parallels Seen in COVID-19

More than three decades after the World Health Organization (WHO) launched the first World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, 1988, the world’s leading global health organization faces another public health crisis in COVID-19. On this World AIDS Day, those who raised awareness of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, find devastating similarities and haunting differences in America’s response to both c…

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How the Post-Pandemic Cut on SNAP Benefits Will Affect Millions

The COVID-related increase in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits has come to an end in 32 states, along with the District of Columbia, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

More than 41 million Americans will be affected by the change, and many families are expected to receive at least $95 less per month beginning March 1, according to the research and policy think ta…

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The Lesson From BYD’s EV Takeover- Don’t Discount China

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Here in the U.S., we hear a lot about how legacy automakers are racing to catch up to Tesla and capture a piece of the growing electric vehicle market. Tesla has a head start, but GM, Ford, and Stellantis have poured billions into their respective efforts to catch up.

In the glob…

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The Solar Power Industry Is In Trouble

A decade ago, someone knocking on your door to sell you solar panels would have been selling you solar panels. Now, they are probably selling you a financial product—likely a lease or a loan. 

Mary Ann Jones, 83, didn’t realize this had happened to her until she received a call last year from GoodLeap, a financial technology company, saying she owed $52,564.28 for a solar panel l…

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China’s Lunar New Year Holiday Threatens a Grim Toll

Harry Li is conflicted. Ideally, the law student wants to spend the Lunar New Year holiday in his home village in northern China’s Hebei province, but he is afraid of spending more than 12 hours on crowded trains and buses lest he brings COVID-19 to his elderly parents, who have not been vaccinated. “It’s been three years since I’ve been home [for Lunar New Year],”…

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