Saving One Life At a Time (Cover Story / Global Health 2005)

Six million children--and even more adults--die unnecessarily every year. Good people all over the world are doing their best to save them. You can too

Riches to the Poor (Global Health 2005)

Bill and Melinda Gates on why they have donated $6 billion


Saddam & Co. (Notebook / Speed Read)

Speed Read: The Iraq oil-for-food scandal


That's Funny (Time Bonus December 2005: Generations)

Seniors are increasingly taking the stage as, yes, stand-up comedians. And not just for laughs

Go Natural (Time Bonus December 2005: Generations)

Chef Alice Waters urges a switch from fast food to a fresh, seasonal cuisine

Soul Warmer (Time Bonus December 2005: Generations)

Cognac, world famed for its edgy burn and nuance, is ideal for the holidays

Take Them Flying (Time Bonus December 2005: Generations)

Grandparents are learning to close two gaps--geographical and emotional--with one airplane

All Jumbled Up (Time Bonus December 2005: Generations)

Attention-deficit disorder is afflicting seniors too

Giving Expertise (Time Bonus December 2005: Generations)

The new volunteers: more than envelope stuffers


A Time to Regroup

Bloodied by scandal, setbacks and casualties, Bush is looking for fresh troops and a new battle plan

Libby: Fall of a Vulcan

How a very smart and very loyal aide to Dick Cheney got indicted for allegedly lying about his role in defending the war


5 Ways The New Fed Chairman Will Be Different

Sure, they both play the saxophone. But don't mistake Bernanke for a Greenspan clone. He differs on how to fight inflation, won't stump us with doublespeak and roots for the Red Sox



Growing Up Potter (Movies)

Daniel Radcliffe was 11 when he was cast as the boy wizard. Now he's 16. He and his co-stars have gone from kids to teenagers in front of millions. What's it like to be raised in J.K. Rowling's world?

Books: Mean Mr. Lennon (Books)

Do you want to know a secret? The Beatles weren't nice guys, says a biography. Ringo, you're excused

6 TV Shows Not To Overlook (Worth Your Time)

Some series are better than their ratings. These underwatched gems--old and new--deserve some love