Southern Sudan Readies for Referendum

Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010

Images of the volatile region as it prepares to vote on its independence

Photographs by Dominic Nahr / Magnum for TIME

In Laos, Turning Bombs into Scrap Has Become a Lucrative but Dangerous Business

Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010

Live ordnance from the U.S. bombing campaign 40 years ago still litters the country, but that hasn't stopped locals from harvesting the metal

Photographs by Arantxa Cedillo for TIME

The Dawn of Kodachrome

Thursday, Sep. 03, 2009

An early government photo project was the first to take advantage of Kodak's revolutionary color film, which will officially be retired at the end of 2010

Photojournalism at the Crossroads

Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010

From the last roll of Kodachrome to iPhone apps, analog and digital responses to photography's changing landscape

By Phil Bicker

The Redemption of the L.A. River

Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010

In late 2010, the iconic floodwater channel — celebrated in film, but filthy in real life — gained an upgrade from the Environmental Protection Agency

Photographs by Peter Bennett

George Clooney in Sudan

Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010

The actor visits the volatile region to draw attention to the dangers that could result should southern Sudan vote to separate from the north

Photographs by Tim Freccia / Enough Project

Stranded: After a Blizzard, Holiday Travel in the New York Area Grinds to a Halt

Monday, Dec. 27, 2010

Desperate passengers scramble and improvise in the wake of heavy snow

Blizzard Slams the Northeast

Monday, Dec. 27, 2010

New York and beyond get hit with a massive snowfall

World Cup Stadiums: Homes of the Beautiful Game

Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010

As FIFA, soccer's governing body, awards the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar, respectively, TIME takes a look at some of the stadiums that hosted the world's most popular sporting event through the decades.

Pictures of the Year 2010

Monday, Dec. 20, 2010

The most unforgettable images of the year

Adopted by French Families, Haitian Children Arrive in Their New Home

Thursday, Dec. 23, 2010

Nearly a year after the earthquake that devastated Haiti, the first of three groups of children to be adopted by French parents finally make it to Paris

Russia's Soccer Hooligans

Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010

Violence in the stands spreads to the street as Russian soccer fans vent their anger over the killing of one of their own in a protest with nationalist overtones

Wire Photographer of the Year: Mauricio Lima

Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010

Of the millions of photographs moving through the news services (a.k.a. wires) this year, the work of AFP's Mauricio Lima stood out. A small selection from the remarkable body of work he produced on his first trip to Afghanistan. By Phil Bicker

Photos: Clashes Mar Elections in Belarus

Monday, Dec. 20, 2010

Authoritarian President Lukashenko is re-elected for yet another term, but demonstrators protesting the results and an opposition candidate are beaten and arrested

Snow Disrupts European Travel

Monday, Dec. 20, 2010

The severe disruption caused by freezing weather continues, as Europe undergoes the big chill in the week leading up to Christmas

A Worldwide Day's Worth of Food

Friday, Dec. 17, 2010

In their new book, What I Eat, photographer Peter Menzel and writer Faith D'Aluisio present thought-provoking portraits of individuals around the globe and the food that fuels them over the course of a single day.

The Most Surprising Pictures of 2010

Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010

Images you might have missed — but should see now

Mark Zuckerberg — Person of the Year 2010

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

A portfolio of portraits by Martin Schoeller

A Zuckerberg Family Album

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

The Facebook founder shares a few of his family snapshots with TIME

Person of the Year 2010 Runners-Up: Chilean Miners

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

Trapped 2,300 ft. below the earth’s surface for almost three months, these 33 men defied the odds and inspired the world. — Here they are in the order in which they emerged from the mine

Photographs by Peter Hapak for TIME

A Glimpse Inside a Facebook Server Farm

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

TIME gets a tour of the site's Santa Clara, California data center

Photographs by Martin Schoeller for TIME

Inside the Mine with Edison Peña

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

Trapped 2,300 ft. underground for almost three months, Chilean miner Edison Peña ran several miles a day, pined for his girlfriend — and took photographs

Life Inside Facebook's Headquarters

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010

Cubicle culture in the social-networking site's Silicon Valley offices

Photographs by Martin Schoeller for TIME

Around the World with Facebook

Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010

TIME sends photographers to four of the networking site's overseas offices

Inside WikiLeaks' Bunker

Friday, Dec. 10, 2010

A look at the former war bunker that hosts the 250,000 secret cables that have so vexed the U.S. State Department

Young Palestinians in the Age of the Wall

Thursday, Dec. 09, 2010

A visit to the West Bank in December 2010 explores how the separation barrier between Israel and Palestine has made it harder for young Palestinians to know Israel and understand its people.

Photographs by Joachim Ladefoged / VII for TIME

Grant Achatz, the Culinary Miracle Worker

Thursday, Dec. 09, 2010

The award-winning restauranteur has created a culinary laboratory at his Chicago restaurant Alinea. His dishes are not only mind-blowingly delicious, but beautiful to look at as well.

Photographs by Martha Camarillo for TIME

The Best Photos from TIME 2010

Thursday, Dec. 09, 2010

A gallery of the images that shaped our world, from the pages of the magazine

The Best Portraits from TIME 2010

Thursday, Dec. 09, 2010

A gallery of newsmakers from the pages of the magazine

Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo

Thursday, Oct. 07, 2010

A look at the Chinese dissident, the first Chinese citizen to win the award

The Cultural Stars of 2010

Wednesday, Dec. 08, 2010

A portfolio of portraits by Christian Weber

After Foreclosure: A Photographer's Requiem for the American Home

Tuesday, Dec. 07, 2010

John Francis Peters wades into the emptiness created by evictions and bank seizures

When Legislators Attack: South Korean Edition

Wednesday, Dec. 08, 2010

Brawling breaks out (again) in the Parliament in Seoul during a controversial vote on the 2011 budget

'Mad Day Out': Beatles' Rare Photos

Wednesday, Dec. 08, 2010

Outtakes and rarities from a legendary 1968 photo shoot are released in a new book, A Day in the Life of the Beatles (Rizzoli 2010)

Ivory Coast Postelection Violence Rises

Monday, Jan. 10, 2011

As incumbent Laurent Gbagbo digs in, attacks on opposition supporters increase

President Obama in Afghanistan

Friday, Dec. 03, 2010

The Commander in Chief makes an unannounced visit to the war-torn nation.

Christmas Comes to the White House

Thursday, Dec. 02, 2010

The theme of the 2010 celebration is "simple gifts"

Photographs by Brooks Kraft / Corbis for TIME

The End of Cabrini-Green

Wednesday, Dec. 01, 2010

After a long, troubled history, the notorious Chicago housing complex is closed for good

Torino's Lingotto: Symbol of an Aging Auto City Reborn

Thursday, Dec. 02, 2010

Architect Renzo Piano's transformation of an antiquated car factory reinvigorates a dying company town

Keeping Africa's Deserts at Bay

Wednesday, Dec. 01, 2010

Fed by drought, Africa's deserts are spreading, bringing with them hunger, disease and conflict. Can new innovations keep the desert from expanding?

Photographs by Dominic Nahr / Magnum for TIME

World AIDS Day 2010: The Prevention of HIV Transmission in Zimbabwe

Wednesday, Dec. 01, 2010

A country where 1,000 adults are infected with HIV every week sees a dramatic reduction in infection rates — from 24% of the population in the early 2000s to 14% in 2009.
All images by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Remembering Bruce Lee

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010

A 70th-birthday tribute to the late martial-arts megastar

A Brief History of the Playboy Club

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010

Fifty years after the first Playboy Club first opened, the Bunny has come to China with the opening of a Macau club. With new clubs also set to open in Cancun and London, Playboy's bunny business will be multiplying for the first time in years

Ground Zero - Out of the Ashes

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010

A look at where the towers once stood — 'then and now' — by photographer Joel Meyerowitz, who began photographing the site shortly after the September 11th attack

Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz

Remnants of Florida's 2000 Recount

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010

Many of the items relating to the controversial election between George W. Bush and Al Gore have been preserved at the State Archives and the Old Capitol Museum in Tallahassee

Photographs are by Dwight Eschliman for TIME

A Brief History of Westminster Abbey

Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010

Confirmed as the wedding venue for Prince William and Kate Middleton, Westminster Abbey has also seen no fewer than 38 kings and queens crowned there in an unbroken run since 1066

Shanghai Mourns Victims of Deadly Blaze

Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010

A week after a fatal fire killed at least 58 people in a Shanghai apartment building, thousands of citizens lined the city's streets to grieve the victims' avoidable deaths

Koreas Exchange Fire at Disputed Border

Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2010

North Korea opened fire on a small inhabited island near its western border on Nov. 23, 2010, killing at least two South Korean marines and prompting emergency high-level meetings in Seoul

Afghanistan's Graffiti Wars

Monday, Nov. 22, 2010

The artwork of Taliban, American and British forces competes on the walls of a Helmand province compound

Photographs by Finbarr O'Reilly / Reuters

Near Death, Nuns Contemplate the Other Side

Friday, Nov. 19, 2010

Photographer Mae Ryan interviews the Sisters of the Convent of Mary the Queen, a home for aging nuns in Yonkers, N.Y.

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