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Voici Jeny (25 ans) et Anae (9 ans), elles sont toutes les deux belges et partagent une passion commune, la danse ! Leur duo cartonne énormément sur internet et elles ont même été conviées à venir sur le célèbre plateau de l’animatrice américaine, Ellen DeGeneres ! C’est la princesse Meghan Markle en personne qui a demandé à Ellen de les inviter 💪🏽🇧🇪🎵 📹: @jenybsg, @anae2mad⁣, @samarino_officiel #amazing #strong #motivated #Girls #dance #life #keepgoing #welldone #music #dancing #talent #Belgium #ellendegeneres #meghanmarkle #american #tv #tvshow

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Before she even got #pregnant, Wakenda Tyler, an orthopedic surgical oncologist and the primary breadwinner in her New York City #family, knew that leaving her job would not be an option. Her husband, David Van Arsdale, is a sociology professor who splits his time between #newyorkcity and Syracuse, about four hours’ drive away. They’re well paid, but Tyler needs to live close to the hospital, and New York is expensive. Van Arsdale initially balked at hiring a nanny, but neither #parent could do their job without one. Jasieth Beckford now cares for the couple’s 10-month-old son every day, making $22 an hour plus overtime, totaling about $55,000 a year. “It takes a village to raise a child, and we don’t live in a village anymore,” Tyler told her husband. “We have to hire the village.” The village, of course, also has kids, who need their own village. Beckford started nannying when her 26-year-old son was 3, relying on her sister to raise him while she worked. "If I’m a nanny," she says, "how am I going to afford a nanny?" Affordable #childcare is at once one of the most tantalizing promises of contemporary #american life, and the most broken. These photographs were shot in partnership with @fotografiskany over five months; an exhibition will be on view at the museum in 2020. Read the full report at the link in bio. Photographs by @anastasiatl for TIME

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To this day, senior U.S. government officials confuse #iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei with his charismatic predecessor: Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic. Although Khomeini died 30 years ago, his sinister daily presence on #american TV sets through the 444-day hostage crisis left a lasting impression, writes Karim Sadjadpour. “These economic sanctions are just a part of the U.S. government’s total effort to change the behavior of the Ayatollah Khomeini,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a November 2018 briefing. “The assets of Ayatollah Khomeini and his office,” President #trump followed up in June 2019, “will not be spared from the sanctions.” The confusion—like so much the U.S. does—may serve Khamenei. He prefers to obscure his vast power behind the Islamic Republic’s byzantine array of institutions. The Assembly of Experts, Guardian Council, Expediency Council and Revolutionary Guards evoke a Game of Thrones-style drama. But in reality they are all led by individuals handpicked by Khamenei or unfailingly loyal to him. They serve to buttress rather than check his authority. In this photograph, a painter works on a mural of Khamenei and Khomeini in #tehran in 1997. Read more at the link in bio. Photograph by A. Abbas—@magnumphotos

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Never before in #american history has someone been able to fight in a #war that is older than they are. This year marks the first: someone born after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks is eligible to enlist in the U.S. armed forces to potentially serve in #afghanistan or another theater in the global #war on terror. At Parris Island, South Carolina, @elliot.ackerman interviewed and award-winning photographer Gillian Laub made portraits of new @Marines who are training for the wars they have never known life without. “It’s not something that I’ve really thought about," said Matthew Poblano, 17, of Bay Shore, N.Y., who hopes to become an officer. "But if that happened, I’d go and do what I signed up to do." Read more, and see more pictures, at the link in bio. Photograph by @gigilaub for TIME

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2019 marks the first year someone born after 9/11 will be eligible to enlist in the U.S. armed forces to potentially serve in #afghanistan or another theater in the global war on terror. Never before in our #history has an American been able to fight in a war that is older than they are. Currently our civil-military divide is arguably as wide as it has ever been. The burden of nearly two decades of war—nearly 7,000 dead and more than 50,000 wounded—has been largely sustained by 1% of our population, writes @elliot.ackerman, a Marine #Veteran who is both a Silver Star recipient and a National Book Award finalist. With recent military posturing against Iran, against North Korea, it is also easy to imagine our country sleepwalking into another major theater #war. To avoid those outcomes—a major theater war, the continuance of our “terror wars,” the attendant loss of life—we must move the issues of war and peace from the periphery of our national discourse to its center. And the only way to do that, Ackerman increasingly believes, is to reconsider the draft. In this photograph, an #american soldier sleeps at a military outpost in Ghazni, Afghanistan, in August 2018. Read more at the link in bio. Photograph by @emanuelesatolli for TIME

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Exclusive: In their effort to discredit President @realdonaldtrump’s perceived enemies, close allies of the President have received key documents and information from a Ukrainian oligarch wanted in the U.S. on corruption charges, according to five people directly involved in this effort and two other people familiar with it. The information, reports Simon Shuster, came from the legal team of Dmitry Firtash, a wealthy industrialist with assets across #europe, who has spent the last five years in #vienna fighting extradition to the U.S. on bribery and racketeering charges. As part of his legal defense, Firtash’s lawyers have gathered documents that make controversial allegations against former special counsel Robert Mueller and former Vice President @joebiden. Lawyers for Firtash, photographed in 2017, have passed these documents and other information to associates of #trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. In his frequent appearances on cable #news, Giuliani has presented some of these documents to the #american public as evidence for his claims of wrongdoing by Mueller and Biden. Read the full investigation at the link in bio. Photograph by @rigaudpeter for TIME

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Nearly every #american above a certain age remembers precisely where they were on Sept. 11, 2001. For those on Capitol Hill in #washington, D.C., recalling the attacks carries a special poignancy—as congressional leaders, members and staff today wonder whether their lives were saved by the brave passengers and crew aboard United Airlines Flight 93, who stormed the cockpit and forced their hijacked plane to crash outside Shanksville, Pa. To this day, no one knows where Flight 93 might have struck. Morning meetings were interrupted by an alert that an emergency situation was unfolding in New York City—sketchy initial reports grew worse almost by the minute as the morning’s news unfolded from 8:46 a.m., when the first airliner in New York struck the North Tower. Staffers, representatives and senators quickly realized that what appeared to start as a tragic accident in New York was spreading into their own backyard—and that they themselves might be a target underneath the dome of the U.S. Capitol. Garrett M. Graff’s new book, "The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of 9/11," is based on transcripts of official oral histories, conducted by both the U.S. House historian’s office and C-SPAN, as well as original interviews by the author and other primary source materials. Read an excerpt at the link in bio. In this photograph, members of Congress gather at the Capitol to observe the 18th anniversary of the attacks. Photograph by J. Scott Applewhite—@apnews

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Low wages, sexual harassment and unreliable tips. This is life in #america’s booming service industry. The decade-long economic expansion has been a boon to those at the top of the economic ladder. But it left millions of workers behind, particularly the 4.4 million who rely on tips to earn a living, fully two-thirds of them #women. Even as wages have crept up—if slowly—in other sectors of the economy, the minimum wage for waitresses and other tipped workers hasn’t budged since 1991. Indeed, there is an entirely separate federal minimum wage for those who live on tips. It varies by state from as low as $2.13 (the federal tipped minimum wage) in 17 states including #texas, #nebraska and #virginia, up to $9.35 in #Hawaii. In 36 states, the tipped minimum wage is under $5 an hour. Legally, employers are supposed to make up the difference when tips don’t get servers to the minimum wage, but some #restaurants don’t track this closely and the law is rarely enforced. Waitresses are emblematic of the type of job expected to grow most in the #american economy in the next decade—low-wage service work with no guaranteed hours or income. Read the full story—published in partnership with The Fuller Project, a non-profit newsroom that reports on issues impacting women—at the link in bio. Photograph by Sasha Arutyunova (@sashafoto) for TIME

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Few individuals have enjoyed more of an influence of #american politics than David Koch, whose death at 79 was announced on Aug. 23, even though he never held public office in his life. As correspondent Philip Elliott writes, Koch was a hard-edged ideologue who took once-fringe ideas of his father’s John Birch Society to the mainstream by dint of his checkbook and cold-eyed disdain of what he saw as limits to freedom. As the nascent Tea Party movement started stirring in the late 2000s, it was David Koch who saw the potential to use his family’s already formidable network of deep-pocketed allies to tap into the nation’s frustrations through groups like Americans for Prosperity. In doing so, he became perhaps the most prominent and vilified symbol of the billionaires who have turned 21st century politics into a playground of the privileged. His critics say he and his family’s network of donors and groups coarsened #politics during Barack Obama’s presidency to the point that Donald #trump was able to win the Republican nomination in 2016, despite the fact both David and brother Charles both found Trump personally and politically abhorrent. But unlike others in his ranks, Koch had one of the freest wallets for charities of his choosing: his lifetime philanthropic giving topped $1 billion. Like all giants in a society, his legacy is unwieldy and full of contradictions that defy a simple reading. Read more at the link in bio. Photograph by @kristaschlueter—@nytimes/@reduxpictures