TIME magazine 2017 October 2 issue
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From the Editor
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For the Record
The Brief
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Trump's speech to the U.N. signals a new era
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Hamas takes a step away from isolation
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What's in the GOP's new health care will
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Japan readies for fallout in the shadow of North Korea's nuclear pursuits
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More than 30 years after a holistic earthquake, Mexico is struck again
The View
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The troubling case of a grad student who killed her son
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The humble origins of the pumpkin-spice craze
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Test-driving a value-minded electric car
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A way forward on the North Korea crisis
The Features
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The New Refugee Crisis: The forced exodus of Rohingya Muslims stains the legacy of Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi
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A Party Divided: The Democrats have lost ground at all levels of government, and there are bitter arguments over how they should rebuild
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Shots in the Dark: Inside the for-profit company trying to fight crime by listening to gunshots
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Mapping the Future: Genetic testing offers new hope for newborns with conditions that stump doctors
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TV: Star Trek's enterprising prequel and three new jingoistic shows
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Movies: Emma Stone in Battle of the Sexes; Angelina Jolie's First They Killed My Father
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Books: Alice McDermott's latest novel
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8 Questions for mother! director Darren Aronofsky
October 2, 2017 VOL. 190. NO.13

MYANMAR’S SHAME. The plight of the Rohingya tarnishes Aung San Suu Kyi’s name