A commemorative volume tracks the President-elect's path to the White House. TIME Photographer Callie Shell has been with him every step of the way.
Photographer Jehad Nga gets a rare glimpse of the men who plunder the shipping lanes off the east coast of Africa
As the cease-fire becomes more precarious, thousands are once again displaced
Company travel is a given, when you're an international spy. If you're hoping to retrace 007's steps on your next trip, S. James Snyder offers the secret agent's seven most exciting adventures.
A new book, LIFE: The Classic Collection gathers 100 of the venerable magazine's most famous and iconic images
During World War I, hundreds of thousands of Allied and German soldiers died in battlefields around Ypres, Belgium. Ninety years on, the scars of war are still visible.
Photographs by Stefan Boness from the book, Flanders Fields.
"Democratic Camera Photographs and Video, 1961 - 2008," a new exhibit of work by the famed colorist, opens November 7 in New York
Photographer Tom Stoddart documents the fight against the disease in in sub-Saharan Africa, where AIDS kills 6,500 every day, leaving millions of children orphaned.
Photographs By Tom Stoddart / Getty Reportage
For over 50 years, 007 has been foiling villains' spectacular attempts to kill him
They are sexpots and saviors. They might be threats to the hero's life or the most ornamental distraction. Whatever else may change in the 007 series, you can't have a Bond film without Bond girls. Here are 10 to savor.
The photography of an early master of photography is collected in a comprehensive two-volume edition, Berenice Abbott by Berenice Abbott, published by Steidl.
North Korea experts pore over new photos of the Dear Leader for signs of ill health
Photographer Yuri Kozyrev gets a rare glimpse into a crowded Iraqi detention center.
Reported by Abigail Hauslohner
Seventy years later, survivors share their recollections of the day the Holocaust began, in material drawn from Centropa.org, a website devoted to preserving the memory of Jewish life in Central Europe before the rise of the Nazis
Photographer Mario Tama visits Selma and Birmingham as the nation elects its first black president
The fifth king of the reclusive Himalayan nation is crowned as the country struggles to come to terms with modern world around it
Turnout is heavy on an historic election day
The GOP nominee concedes defeat at a somber gathering at the Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona
Photographs for TIME by Christopher Morris / VII and Danny Wilcox Frazier / Redux
Scores of thousands gather to cheer for the President elect
TIME photographer Callie Shell travels with the Democratic nominee in the campaign's final days
From Harry S. Truman to George W. Bush, a look back at 15 historic evenings
TIME Photographer Christopher Morris joins the GOP candidate in the last days of his campaign
From Seoul to Kogelo, Kenya, Obama supporters around the globe watched and reveled in the historic election of the next president of the United States of America
With states and counties making their own decisions about how voters cast their ballots, our nation is a patchwork of opti-scans, levers and touch-screens. A look at some of the technologies voters will face on election day 2008
The Dalai Lama may be stepping away from his long-standing role leading negotiations with Beijing on Tibet's future, but his role as Tibetans' spiritual leader will not change
TIME photographer Callie Shell shows what the Democratic campaign looked like from the candidate's point of view
In Daybreakers, Hollywood reimagines the world of the infamous nocturnal bloodsuckers. Here's a look back at some of the industry's ghoulish hits and misses
TIME photographer Christopher Morris has covered the GOP nominee since the begining
Photographer Roger Snider travels the globe in search of the most tricked-out trucks on the planet
Two days after a powerful 6.4 quake kills over 200 in southwest Pakistan, tens of thousands remain in need of aid and the search for survivors continues
Congolese government troops and UN peacekeepers engage in fierce fighting with rebel forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo
On the eve of New Zealand's Nov. 8 election, photographer Nigel Marple and writer Daniel Williams traveled the country, drawing out their subjects on the direction in which they'd like the country to go
Living Traditions, an exhibition of contemporary pieces from Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, opened in Kabul in October
A pan-Indian holiday marks the victory of good over evil and the lifting of spiritual darkness
At a Los Angeles Rock the Vote event in September, photographer Morgan Hagar asked teenagers to complete the sentence, "If I could vote in this election, it would be because..."
Behind the scenes photographs by Callie Shell / Aurora for TIME
A British team has unveiled plans for a car capable of going 1,000 miles per hour. That's faster than a speeding bullet. Here's a short pictorial history of the Land Speed Record, up to now, anyway!
A collaboration between London's Royal Academy of Arts and the Benaki Museum in Athens reveals the splendors of the Byzantine Empire, 330-1435.
The RNC comes under fire for providing their vice-presidential candidate with a $150,000 clothing allowance. TIME takes a look at the evolution of her style.
For over two decades, Chip Kidd has been crafting memorable book jackets for America's best writers. TIME looks at 15 of his best designs, with accompanying quotes from his 2005 monograph, Chip Kidd: Book One
After 40 years on the high seas, the famed cruise ship makes its final voyage
Photographer David Bowman brings his landscape camera inside the Mall of America, to capture the wide open spaces of America's largest retail center
The 13th annual meeting of street performers gathers in Mexico City
The continent down under is surrounded by dozens of rugged outliers, many of which now offer luxury accommodations
Photographs by Peter Hunt for TIME
The intensity of the 2008 election has inspired a stunning array of political fashion statements
In Afghanistan's Ferah province, the nation's police trains with US military to make Afghanistan a safer place both for civilians and officers
Photographs for TIME by Adam Ferguson
Farmers around the globe prepare their crops for market
A collectible craftsman who advocates sustainability gains an international following
A tribal college on a Cheyenne Reservation seeks to teach Native Americans what other schools don't
Photographs for TIME by Kenneth Jarecke / Contact Press Images
Fifty years ago, after 13 years of post-war growth, the U.S. economy hit its first economic downturn since the Depression. In April, 1958, Life Magazine dispatched a team of writers and photographers to cover the story. Here is what they learned.