Taking It to the Taliban (Cover)
The U.S. and its allies combine an offensive on Marjah with an elaborate plan for what to do when the fighting stops. Will it work?
An Outrage Smackdown: Family Guy Defeats Palin (Commentary / Tuned In)
Sarah Palin, a master of cultural outrage and personal offense, meets her match an animated character on Family Guy with Down syndrome
Renewal in the West Bank: A Little Noticed Success (Commentary / In the Arena)
The Palestinians have made real progress toward stability. Israel should reward them for it
For too many American women in uniform, the danger also comes from their male comrades
Can the Democrats Forgive Joe Lieberman? (The Well / Nation)
Working with the White House and President Obama but still at odds with Democrats, Senator Joe Lieberman tries to overcome the past
Few states have embraced medical marijuana as enthusiastically as Colorado. But as dispensaries proliferate, lawmakers are cracking down. Gone to pot and back again
In Haiti, Aid Workers Help Orphans Find Relatives (Disaster Relief)
An army of aid workers is helping orphans and displaced children find their families
An army of volunteers help children displaced by the earthquake re-unite with family members
10 ESSENTIAL STORIES
Kathryn Grayson (Milestones)
Alexander Haig (Milestones)
Guilty Plea (Milestones)
Book Review: The Untold War: Inside the Hearts, Minds, and Souls of Our Soldiers by Nancy Sherman
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Off to the Races (Movies)
Oscar's hot contests go deeper than Avatar vs. The Hurt Locker. Best Live Action Short, anyone?
A rare and enlightening Chinese map of the world journeys to the U.S.
The writer who united Jane Austen and zombies reveals Lincoln's secret career as a vampire hunter
TIME'S PICKS FOR THE WEEK
Parents of autistic children call Jenny McCarthy an inspiration, but doctors say she's a menace to public health. How a former Playmate and television loudmouth became one of the most feared mothers in America
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Homeschoolers (Life / Education)
Why this family got political asylum
The Romeikes of Morristown, Tennessee fled their native Germany to maintain the right to teach their children at home
ChatRoulette: The Perils of Video Chats with Strangers (Life / Web Watch)
New website ChatRoulette lets strangers watch one another doing well, you don't want to know
Movies for Cheap: Is Redbox the New Netflix? (Life / Cash Crunch)
Redbox rentals are fast, convenient and on the rise. Is this the new Netflix?
10 Questions for Lindsey Vonn (10 Questions)
The Olympic gold-medal skier talks about setting a record on the slopes. Lindsey Vonn will now take your questions
Greece's Math Problem (Global Business / Economy)
Greeks love to spend, but businessmen say the country's new austerity program is long overdue
Big Girls Still Don't Cry (Global Business / Management)
If women dominate the workforce, why do they still need gender-specific advice?
Trains, Planes and Bombardier (Global Business / Front and Center)
How CEO Pierre Baudoin plans to ride the recovery to faster growth in China, India and the U.S.
Business Books (Global Business)
A history of corporate blind spots, reasons to look sharp and the man who figured Madoff out. Reviews of three new releases
The Cobbler's Child (Global Business / Small Business)
The scion of a shoemaking family takes a step in a different direction with Terra Plana
What Lies Beneath (Global Business / Small Business)
Geospatial's Smart Probe answers a century-old question in 3-D: Where are the pipes?
Road to Recovery (Global Business / American Re: Reinventing and Retooling The U.S. Economy)
Rapid strategic shifts have put Big Brown in position to motor out of the recession