Zimbabweans Go To The Polls

Monday, Mar. 31, 2008

TIME.com chronicles the controversial elections that arguably presented Robert Mugabe with the toughest political challenge of his 28 years in power

The Peace Symbol's 50th Anniversary

Wednesday, Mar. 26, 2008

The new book, Peace: The Biography of Symbol takes a look at the life of the cultural icon

The Varsity Boat Race

Monday, Mar. 31, 2008

Each year since 1829, the rowing clubs of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge have skulled on London's River Thames in a race between two crews of eight. The rivalry is intense, the battle fierce. We take a look at this year's race.

Kick Back and Relax in a Salt Cave

Monday, Mar. 24, 2008

For centuries, Eastern Europeans have sat in natural salt caves to help relieve respiratory, circulatory and skin ailments—and stress. Recently, entrepreneurs have brought man-made caves here. Photographer Saverio Truglia visited Galos Caves in Chicago

Giant Vanishing Ice

Friday, Mar. 28, 2008

Flows and glaciers are disappearing at an increasing rate

The Royal Shakespeare Company's
Complete Histories

Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2008

Behind the scenes at the RSC's unprecedented presentation of all eight of Shakespeare's historical plays at the Roundhouse Theater in London
Photographs by Cate Gillion / Getty

Philip Jones Griffiths

Tuesday, Mar. 25, 2008

1936 - 2008

A deep humanity guided the legendary Magnum photographer over decades documenting the toll of war

Sarkozy's London Calling

Wednesday, Mar. 26, 2008

The French President and First Lady, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, visit the UK

India Brews a Stronger Cup of Tea

Friday, Mar. 21, 2008

The cool valleys of Darjeeling produce some of the best teas in the world.

Photographs by Zackary Canepari for TIME

World Water Crisis

Thursday, Mar. 20, 2008

In the extraordinary new book Blue Planet Run, hundreds of photographers from all over the world track mankind's vital race to provide safe drinking water to the one billion people who lack it

The Dalai Lama at Home

Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008

TIME photographer James Nachtwey visit the Tibetan leader at his private residence in exile in Dharamsala, India

A New Tibet

Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008

As the modern world and information age crashes down the mountains, the once isolated land struggles to maintain its ancient Buddhist traditions.

Photographs by Kadir van Lohuizen / Noor for TIME

The Business of Mud

Tuesday, Mar. 18, 2008

The Makers of Ahava Skin Care have the exclusive right to harvest the mud and sea salts from the Dead Sea. Photographs by Ilan Mizrahi / WPN for TIME

Elephants of Asia

Monday, Mar. 17, 2008

In his new book, Vanishing Giants, Photographer Palani Mohan journeys across Asia, searching for the soul of the
Asian Elephant

Putting an End to the Heathrow Hassle

Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008

After six years of construction, Terminal 5 will open to the public on 27 March.

On Set With Anthony Minghella

Tuesday, Mar. 18, 2008

TIME went backstage with Anthony Minghella on the set of his last ever movie, The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency. Photographs by Per-Anders Pettersson / Getty For TIME

Five Years in Iraq

Monday, Mar. 17, 2008

TIME Photographer Franco Pagetti has
covered the war since it began

Three Days In and Out of Tibet

Monday, Mar. 17, 2008

Protests against Chinese rule in Tibet that erupted in Lhasa on March 14 spread to China and farflung cities over the weekend

Postcard From South by Southwest

Monday, Mar. 17, 2008

Former Austinite photographer Chad Springer heads home for the institutional Texas music festival


Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2008

A northern Kosovar town sits on the dividing line of Serbian - Albanian tension
Photographs by Philippe Brault and Frederic Sautereau / Oeil Public and Thomas Dworzak / Magnum for TIME

Bangkok, The Capital of Gridlock

Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2008

A megacity tries to unravel the world's worst traffic jams. Photographs by Philip Blenkinsop / NOOR for TIME

Kenyan Tribes Wage a War With Bows and Arrows

Thursday, Mar. 13, 2008

Post-election clashes between tribes re-awakened ancient ethnic rivalries. They are settling scores the old-fashioned way, with centuries-old weapons that can have deadly results.

Portrait of Schizophrenia

Tuesday, Mar. 18, 2008

In her book 'Phil and Me,' photographer Amanda Tetrault documents her father's battle with mental illness

Journey to Saturn

Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2008

NASA guided its Cassini spacecraft within 30 miles of one of the ringed planet's moons

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2008

Sunday, Mar. 16, 2008

Madonna the list of this years inductees

Best in Show

Monday, Mar. 10, 2008

The Eighteenth Annual Crufts Dog Show is largest canine show in the world

Darfur Descends Into Chaos

Tuesday, Mar. 04, 2008

Violence splinters western Sudan, leaving rebels and refugees displaced and disconnected. Photographs by
Yuri Kozyrev for TIME

Farewell Photogenic Huckabee

Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2008

Though he may have lost the Republican nomination, Governor Mike ran one of the most colorful campaigns in recent memory.

Brett Favre, Gunslinger on the Gridiron, Retires

Tuesday, Mar. 04, 2008

The legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback announces the end of an extraordinary 17-year NFL career

The War Up North: Iraq Combat Outpost Rabiya

Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008

TIME Photographer Yuri Kozyrev documents the U.S. military's struggle to retain control of Mosul, a city of 1.8 million that is said to be the last urban stronghold of the insurgency

In Paris, the Shock of Chic

Saturday, Mar. 01, 2008

The Paris fall, 2008 collections confirmed that a more subdued, razor-sharp, chic vibe is coming back into fashion, displacing last season's softer more romantic mood. Kate Betts picks the top 20 looks of the week

Luxury Private Islands

Friday, Feb. 29, 2008

Most of us can only dream of escaping to our own secluded isle but island trader, Farhad Vladi, can actually make it happen. Owning or hiring a paradise retreat has never been so easy. Photographs by www.vladi-private-islands.de

Prince Harry Deploys to Afghanistan

Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008

The British Defense Ministry acknowledges that the Prince has been serving in Helmand Province

William F. Buckley, Jr.

Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008

Conservative journalist and commentator
1925 - 2008

Fandomania: The World of Cosplay

Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2008

In a book of beautiful portraits, photographer Elena Dorfman explores the world of costume play, where young people dress up and partly live as characters from video games, animated films, and Japanese graphic novels.

Bob Geldof travels with President Bush to Africa

Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008

On assignment for TIME, the musician and humanitarian escorts the President on a farewell tour of the troubled continent

Overtures in Kim's Cold Capital

Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008

The New York Philharmonic Orchestra played a historic concert in North Korea. A look at some of the highlights of the momentous trip to Kim Jong Il's hermit kingdom

Decoding Milan Fashion

Friday, Feb. 22, 2008

In a week that didn't hold many surprises — and with lots of talk of a sky-rocketing Euro and an impending recession — the best fall, 2008 collections focused on Italy's strengths: tailoring, craftsmanship, and unusual fabrics. By Kate Betts

Belgrade Riots

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

Serbia's anger over Kosovo's declaration of independence leads to massive demonstrations and an attack on the U.S. embassy

George Clooney At Play

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

Celebrity photographer Sam Jones spends a day with the Oscar-nominated star at home

Open Pit Mine

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

The iron ore extraction facility operated by Brazilian firm Companhia Vale Rio Doce is one of the most efficient — and spectacular — mining complexes in the world. Photographs by Cia de Foto for TIME

Disputed Antiquities

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

Museums and source nations fight to possess the priceless artifacts of the past

Timor's Turmoil

Friday, Feb. 22, 2008

A state of emergency continues in East Timor after two shootouts that left President Jose Ramos-Horta gravely wounded and rebel leader Alfredo Reinado dead. A look at Reinado's brief reign

Brit Awards 2008

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

London hosts a night of music and glamour at Britain's biggest music awards

Oscar: Two is Better Than One

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008

Cate Blanchett is the 11th performer to be nominated in both leading and supporting role categories in the same year. Here are the other ten.

Oscar's Youngest Best Actress Nominees

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008

At 20-years-old, Ellen Page is far from the youngest to ever have a chance at an Academy Award

Fidel Castro Steps Down

Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2007

A look back at the dictator's years in power

The Rolling Stones: 1969 American Tour

Tuesday, Feb. 05, 2008

In Let It Bleed, a lavishly illustrated new book, photographer Ethan Russell tells the epic tale of how the World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band conquered America, invented the modern tour, and met with tragedy at Altamont.

The Bright Idea

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008

Designers are hooked on bold colors and graphic prints for spring. Model-of-the-moment Agyness Deyn shows them off
Photographs for TIME by David Slijper
Styled by Christopher Niquet

Pakistan Votes

Friday, Feb. 15, 2008

On February 18, after months of political turmoil, countless bomb attacks and a high profile assassination, Pakistanis go to the polls

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