32 years after leaving Vietnam, Bob Kerrey admits a terrible secret and stands accused of worse.
A forum on Kerrey, Vietnam and killing
Thanh Phong remembers
A historian describes the paranoia of soldiers trapped in an unwinnable war
Japan's New Economy vending machines have got boxers, breakfast, beer and a brand-new business model on tap
For the week of May 7, 2001
Did you know the location of the world's tallest standing Buddha?
If Koizumi can't rev up the economy, his term as Prime Minister could be short-lived
A TIME interview with Koizumi
A friend in need is a friend indeed. Bush speaks his mind on Taiwan
Beijing pitches its version of history
Proximate, permissive and packed with illicit pleasures, Shenzhen has become a haven for Hong Kong's bad behavior
Was it a mistake to toss Philippine ex-President Joseph Estrada into jail in front of the cameras?
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
He can sing. He can act. And, oh, can Leslie Cheung break hearts
A new biography of Indira Gandhi paints a compelling portrait of power, paranoia and passion