Pastor Rob Bell: What if Hell Doesn't Exist? (Religion)
Rogue pastor Rob Bell's argument about salvation and judgment has Evangelicals in a fury and a young generation rethinking Jesus
In the 2012 Race, Where Are the Thoroughbreds? (Commentary / Murphy's Law)
Obama looks beatable. The GOP is its own worst enemy. Can anybody win this thing?
Mr. Prudent: Obama Preaches Deficit Sanity (Commentary / In the Arena)
How Paul Ryan and deficit hysteria have made President Obama Mr. Prudent
Duck Tape (Commentary)
I don't walk like a duck or talk like a duck. But if Aflac comes calling, I will quack like a duck
How to Save a Trillion Dollars (Features / Nation)
You can start right here
Trump's Political Reality Show: Will the Donald Really Run for President? (Features / Profile)
Donald Trump, who has been toying with the idea of a presidential-campaign announcement, talks as if the nation were just another run-down co-op in need of redevelopment. But could the business mogul and TV personality actually corral Washington?
There may be only one Donald Trump, as his potential presidential bid has proved once again, but his hairstyle doesn't have to be unique. In fact, if you ever dreamed of sporting the Donald's trademark coiffure, you can have it in four easy steps.
The Activist Artist of China (Features / World)
Ai Weiwei is as famous for his criticism of the authorities as for his provocative art. Now in detention, he's become the symbol of a worrying crackdown
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Epic Win! HBO's Bloody, Bold Game of Thrones (Television)
Fantasy drama grows up with HBO's bloody, bold Game of Thrones
Amid a resurgence fueled by Tea Partiers and Paul Ryan, Ayn Rand's opus gets a screen adaptation
HEALTH & MEDICINE
Why acting your age is a thing of the past
For Catherine Mayer's story about amortality the idea of living agelessly TIME commissioned Kendrick Brinson to visit Sun City retirement communities in the west and an age management practice in Las Vegas.
'Bath Salts': Evil Lurking at Your Corner Store (Prescription)
Lethal yet often legal, drugs known as bath salts are devastating families
Backyard beekeeping is riling neighbors
National parks prepare for the multitudes
10 Questions for Robin Williams (10 Questions)
Comedian and actor Robin Williams talks about war, alcoholism and his Broadway debut
The Big Questions: Mitt Romney (Nation)
The New Battle Cry: Recall! (Nation)
Washington Bubble (Economy)
Tight budgets favor lobbyists
Can financial regulators afford a budget cut?
Upgrading the Disaster (Health&Science)
Officials rank Fukushima's hazards on par with Chernobyl's
Re-evaluating The Oil Spill One Year On (Health&Science)
Sidney Lumet: Apostle of Streetwise Cinema (Milestones)
Lumet, an acclaimed director with 43 films under his belt, was famous for digging into the nitty-gritty of New York City. He died of lymphoma at age 86.
The director died April 9 at 86. TIME looks at his 10 most memorable films