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After nearly wiping out many wildlife species 50 years ago, Americans are once again living close—sometimes uncomfortably so—to all kinds of feral creatures. This week’s cover explores why wildlife in the U.S. needs stronger management: http://ti.me/195II6H

(Photograph by Daniel J Cox / Getty Images)

This week’s cover details the moment that changed America forever, and why the case of John F. Kennedy’s assassination will never be closed. 

Read more here.

(Photo by: H. Warner King)

For our Oct. 15 cover story, “The Fact Wars,” we asked readers to cast their ballot for which candidate they thought was telling the truth. Votes arrived on TIME.com, on all our tablet platforms and, of course, through the good ol’ U.S. Postal Service.

Here are the results: We received tens of thousands of votes in our instant tablet polls (iPad, Nook, Galaxy and Kindle) and on TIME.com. And to our delight, readers across the country literally tore off the cover and mailed their choice to us. The paper ballots came from 27 states, including one from Hawaii (which, to no surprise, was for Obama). Overall, our very unscientific poll saw Obama with 76% of the truth vote. But don’t fret, Romney supporters: in the crucial battleground state of Ohio, he received 75% of the mailed votes. Now it’s on to the more scientific poll on Nov. 6.

— D.W. Pine and Skye Gurney

Flashback: Michael Phelps on the August 9, 2004 cover of TIME.

The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story, “A Rich Man’s Game,” will hit newsstands Friday.

(Photo-Illustration by Joe Zeff Design for TIME. White House: Susan Walsh–AP)

The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story,”How Guns Won,” will hit newsstands Friday.

Read the cover story here.

(Photo-Illustration by Bartholomew Cooke for TIME)

How do you capture ‘The American Dream’ in a single image? Here's a back story on Jeff Minton's shoot for this week's cover story.

(Photo Illustration by Jeff Minton for TIME)

Algo diferente sobre la portada de la revista TIME esta semana? “Yo Decido”

TIME’s 2011 Person of the Year is The Protester

Cover of next week’s Asian edition of TIME. 

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