A Half-Century of the Daytona 500

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012

A look back at racing history on NASCAR's legendary circuit

Horrors, It's London Fashion!

Friday, Feb. 15, 2008

Inspired by everything from horror movies to Maggie Smith in The Pride of Miss Jean Brodie, London designers took a few risks for Fall, 2008 and came up with some inventive — if rough-edged — collections. By Kate Betts

A Tragic Day at Northern Illinois University

Friday, Feb. 15, 2008

A former student opened fire in a lecture hall, killing seven people, before turning the gun on himself

A Woman's Right to Vote

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008

On February 15, America honors Susan B. Anthony, who spearheaded the woman's suffrage movement. Here's a photo gallery devoted to this American civil rights leader and the many other women who lobbied for the passage of the 19th amendment.

Life in China's Suburbs

Friday, Feb. 15, 2008

TIME Senior Writer Bill Powell, who moved to a town outside Shanghai in 2006, talks about joining the millions of Chinese who are building the country's booming suburbs

Australia Says Sorry

Friday, Feb. 15, 2008

On Feb. 13, Australia's Parliament apologized to thousands of part-Aboriginal people who were removed from their families to be raised in white society. TIME photographer Lisa Hogben captured the faces and emotions of a historic moment

Photos: Global Warming Threatens Penguins

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008

A new study has found that climate change is threatening the long-term survival of these beloved sub-Antarctic birds

The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008

Contestants pull out all the stops to win at the nation's oldest and most prestigious canine competition

All Dressed Up at the BAFTAs

Monday, Feb. 11, 2008

The winners of the Orange British Academy Film Awards were announced at a glittering ceremony in London's Royal Opera House. A host of stars from around the world celebrated the very best in film

The Africa Cup of Nations

Friday, Feb. 08, 2008

We look back at the action from Africa's most prestigious sporting event, the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, held this year in Ghana

The Top 25 Looks from New York Fashion Week

Friday, Feb. 08, 2008

When recession looms in an election year, fashion tends to reflect the more conservative national mood. For fall, 2008, New York designers played it safe, offering buttoned up looks, classic sportswear, and a new emphasis on the waist.
By Kate Betts

World Press Photo 2007

Monday, Feb. 11, 2008

The World Press Photo Awards, the prestigious international photojournalism competition held every year in Amsterdam, have been announced. Here we present a selection of category winners.

Paris Couture: Still Riding High

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2008

What recession? That was the mood at the Paris Haute Couture spring, 2008 collections as designers celebrated the glorious excesses of handcrafted clothing and the focus was on color, craftsmanship and youth. By Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni

Digging Out From The Tornado

Thursday, Feb. 07, 2008

Residents of five states try to salvage their homes after a tornado system rips across the South

Super Tuesday Behind the Scenes

Wednesday, Feb. 06, 2008

TIME photographers get an exclusive look inside the campaigns on the critical primary day

Rebuilding Mumbai

Tuesday, Feb. 05, 2008

In order to meet its hopes for the future, the most crowded city in India must tear down its filthy - but productive - slums. Photographs by Adam Ferguson for TIME

Beijing Tries To Clear the Air

Friday, Feb. 08, 2008

Beijing is working hard to improve the city's air quality in order to avoid having this summer's Olympics be remembered as the 'Smog Games'. It still has a ways to go.
Photographs by Ian Teh for TIME

Super Tuesday

Tuesday, Feb. 05, 2008

A look at the biggest primary election in our nation's history

Voters Gallery

Tuesday, Feb. 05, 2008

People tell us who they voted for and why
Reported by: Charlotte Faltermayer / Scotch Plains and Elisabeth Kauffman / Nashville

Countdown to Super Tuesday

Monday, Feb. 04, 2008

The candidates criss-cross the nation in a final appeal to voters before the critical vote on February 5

A Giant Win
Super Bowl XLII

Monday, Feb. 04, 2008

Against the odds, the New York Giants defeated the previously unbeaten New England Patriots 17-14. Relive the memories from a classic Super Bowl right here.

The Surge in Iraq: One Year Later

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008

On the first anniversary of the increase in troops levels, TIME photographer Yuri Kozyrev explores the success and failures of the US strategy

In Nepal, an Uneasy Peace

Friday, Feb. 01, 2008

A glimpse inside the lives of Nepal's Maoist rebels and its ordinary people, as the nation awaits a contentious vote to decide its future. Photographs by Tomas Munita

The Vikings Are Coming

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008

Since 1870, Up Helly Aa has celebrated the influence of the Vikings in the Shetland Islands off Scotland. Every year, up to 1000 locals dress up as Norsemen and torch a Viking longship

Super Bowl Entertainment

Monday, Jan. 30, 2012

When the action wanes, stars take to the stage for the year's largest television audience

China's Deep Freeze

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008

The worst winter storms in decades bury China in ice and snow, disrupting travel links and sending markets sinking

Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power

Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008

75 years ago, the dictator ascended to the Chancellery and secured his hold on Germany

Gaza Border Tension

Monday, Jan. 28, 2008

An flood of Palestinians into Egypt seeking daily necessities complicates relations between two Arab neighbors

Suharto's Indonesia

Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

A look back at life in the world's fourth-largest country under one of Asia's longest-serving rulers

When the Going Gets Tough

Monday, Jan. 28, 2008

The 'Tough Guy Challenge', in Perton, UK, is a biannual race over a course of eight miles. Its 21 obstacles include fire, tunnels, barbed wire, slides and swamps. Thousands of normal citizens compete. We'd like to know: why?

Fighting the Scourge of the Guinea Worm

Friday, Jan. 25, 2008

A Ghanaian village bands together to eradicate a debilitating parasite. Photographs by Peter DiCampo

23 Years of Air Jordans

Friday, Jan. 25, 2008

His Airness launches the 23rd installment of his famous sneakers

A Wall in Gaza Comes Down

Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2008

Cut off from supplies by an Israeli embargo, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip toppled the wall that separates them from Egypt and streamed into the neighboring country to load up on food, fuel and medicine

Bird Flu Returns

Friday, Jan. 25, 2008

Amid a rash of new outbreaks, the world renews its fight to contain a devastating avian virus that could spark a human pandemic

Ciao, Valentino!

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2008

Valentino Garavani waved goodbye to fashion after 45 years at his blockbuster haute couture finale in Paris yesterday. "I've had a fantastic life," he said after the show as fans and clients mobbed him backstage. By Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni

Faeza Jaber's Amazing Journey

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008

The brutal murder of an Iraqi journalist forces his widow and son to flee to the United States and an uncertain future. Photographer Samantha Appleton investigates how they are adjusting to their new home

Heath Ledger (1979-2008)

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008

1979 — 2008

World Financial Markets Stumble

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008

Heavy losses hit exchanges from China to Brazil

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008

Rare and unpublished photographs of the civil rights movement from the Life Magazine archive

Bobby Fischer - Chess Prodigy

Friday, Jan. 18, 2008

1943 to 2008

The Chuck and Huck Show

Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008

Mike Huckabee has enlisted action star Chuck Norris on his quest for the presidency

The Year of the Goat

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008

In a fascinating new book, photographer Karl Schatz and writer Margaret Hathaway spend a year traveling across the United States, capturing the heart of American goat culture

President Bush's Mideast Journey

Monday, Jan. 14, 2008

TIME Photographer Brooks Kraft travels with the President as he reaches out to leaders in the volatile region

Bhutto's Village in Mourning

Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008

Photographer Sarah Caron visits Naudero, Benazir Bhutto's hometown, after the Pakistan opposition leader's assassination

The Movies' Best-Loved Costumes

Thursday, Jan. 03, 2008

In a recent poll, the emerald green dress worn by Keira Knightley in Atonement has been voted the best film costume of all time. Here's the Top Ten costumes from the poll.
By Richard Corliss, with Mary Corliss and Davie Lerner

Sir Edmund Hillary: First Ascent of Mount Everest

Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

In 1953, the explorer from New Zealand and his climbing partner Tenzing Norgay achieved the impossible by reaching the top of the world's highest peak.

Garbage Wars in Naples

Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

Government inefficiency, corruption and the intransigence of local populations has left the city knee-deep in trash

Kenya's 2008 Post-Election Violence

Tuesday, Jan. 08, 2008

Photographer Jonas Bendiksen documents the aftermath of post-election violence that displaced thousands and left hundreds dead

Election Night in New Hampshire

Wednesday, Jan. 09, 2008

Exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the Republican and Democratic races

Election Day in New Hampshire

Tuesday, Jan. 08, 2008

The candidates go border to border to bring out the vote in a critical test of election 2008

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