What Women Want Now (The Well / Cover Story)
The Ancient question has a new twist; in the fallout of the Great Recession, what unites men and women matters more than what divides them, as old gender battles fade away
The Unfinished Revolution (The Well / Viewpoint)
The numbers don't lie: it's no longer a man's world. Maria Shriver on why more change is needed
Then & Now (The Well / Cover Story)
Catching up with three of the women we profiled in TIME's 1972 issue.
Is There a Better Way to Pay Doctors? (The Well / Nation)
Physicians' bills are inflating medical costs and distorting the profession. One hospital is trying to fix the system
Health-Care Grudge Match! (The Well / Washington Memo)
In the battle between the White House and health insurers, two longtime colleagues face off
How Obama Could Earn His Nobel Prize (Commentary / In the Arena)
How can Obama possibly live up to his Nobel? By using it to strike a deal in the Middle East
Going by Ms. was once a statement. What does it tell us if it's now become a matter of convenience?
The Gay March: A New Generation of Protesters (Postcard: Washington)
Why would a generation wired to their mobile phones and Facebook accounts nearly from birth want to resurrect a form of political expression as old and musty as a mass gathering?
The World According to Misha: Georgia's Saakashvili (The Well / World)
He survived war with Russia, faced down opposition at home and became a Western media star in the process. But what kind of ally is Georgia's Mikheil Saakashvili?
TO OUR READERS
With women poised to dominate the workforce, TIME's special report examines their status and what they still need
With economists under fire, maybe it's time for them to return to what they do best: the little stuff
Video: Justin Fox meets Steven D. Levitt, the economics professor and co-author of SuperFreakonomics, the provocative followup to Freakonomics
Job-Search Scams on the Rise in the Recession (Personal Finance)
As the recession sends more people out into the job market, scammers are setting their traps. And boy, are they devious
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
With subtlety and sympathy, Spike Jonze brings Maurice Sendak's classic kids' book Where the Wild Things Are to life
Photos: In Where the Wild Things Are, director Spike Jonze enlists the stars to play the beasts that inhabit Maurice Sendak's magical world. Here are some other movies in which Hollywood chose to retell a children's classic using real actors
Paranormal Activity is catching on. The $11,000 fright flick is poised for a box-office breakout
Family Guy Offers Hyper Animation, in Triplicate (Television)
Seth MacFarlane is the voice of Fox comedy, but can his toons transcend their one-liners?
Innocent Horndogs (Music)
Kings of Leon are America's hottest rock band, and sex is their weapon of choice
TIME'S PICKS FOR THE WEEK
Sex and the Eco-City: Getting It On Is Getting Greener (Life / Going Green)
Look out, petroleum jelly. Getting it on is getting greener
Look out, petroleum jelly! Getting it on is getting greener
Projecting a Better Image (Life / Family Tech)
Why buy a gargantuan TV when you can get a high-definition projector for less than $1,000?
Video: To entertain the kids in the neighborhood (and raise a little cash), the Quittners host a movie night with a new HD projector
10 Questions with Tracy Morgan (10 Questions)
The 30 Rock star discusses comedy and his new memoir, I Am the New Black
Book Review: Searching for Whitopia: An Improbable Journey to the Heart of White America by Rich Benjamin
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