Nearly 500 million people worldwide live their lives or versions of them on Facebook. Is there a limit to how much we'll share? CEO Mark Zuckerberg is betting there isn't
The Web is making us more intimate strangers. Why going public can be a civic good
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's crackdown on graft and bribery is making him enemies. Will "Batman" stay the course?
A handpicked successor is rejected, an old lion becomes roadkill, and a powerful U.S. Senator is forced into a runoff. The first contests of 2010 prove a rebellion is brewing. But is Washington listening?
IN THE ARENA
The U.S. has had something of a diplomatic success. But Iran still has nuclear ambitions
Hot Stuff (TIME Traveler)
Hard work in the middle of a barren desert could be just what you need
The Spice Girls (Amuse-Bouche)
How Indian women are making an impact on the U.S. culinary scene
The Constant Gardener (Sense of Place)
In his new memoir, Adam Nicolson describes growing up in Sissinghurst and the "heritage horticulture with a lesbian-aristocratic gloss" of the garden estate
The Water Margins (Check In)
Outside of Hangzhou, China, the new Banyan Tree resort seamlessly merges with the Xixi National Wetland Park