Two students talk about their experience at a residential weight-loss school for teens
A selection of the best images of the games from the photographers of Sports Illustrated
A look behind the scenes in Bryant Park
Photographs for TIME by Kenneth Dickerman
The U.S. military's airborne medical-evacuation teams play a critical role in Afghanistan. Lynsey Addario traveled to the front lines to follow one medevac unit as it raced to saved lives
Lynsey Addario / VII Network for TIME
Seeing your 100th birthday was once a rare thing, but more and more seniors are joining the century club.
First Graders at Public School 199 in Brooklyn, New York craft valentines for that special someone
Pictures of the aftermath from Shaul Schwarz and Timothy Fadek, TIME's photographers on the ground
WARNING: Some of the photographs that follow contain extremely graphic content
The Bedford-Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps provides emergency medical services in a community that is underserved by the health care industry. Now it has sent its staff to Haiti
Photographs and story by Michael Kirby Smith
A few samples of the notes bound for the earthquake-ravaged country, collected from children around the world by the Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots Program
It's a trope as old as time. Two drastically different cops are forced to work together solving crimes, catching thieves, and packing heat. The results vary from the good, the bad and the ugly.
A new book explores the livable works of art crafted by "Chicago's forgotten Renaissance man," Edgar Miller, who designed and fashioned every detail of his masterworks entirely by hand
Russia's Evegni Plushenko believes he deserved the men's figure-skating gold medal instead of silver at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. In honor of his poor sportsmanship, TIME takes a look at other Olympic complainers
After a killer whale caused the death of a SeaWorld trainer during a live show, a look back at other recent incidents involving animals that unexpectedly attacked
An army of volunteers helps children displaced by the earthquake reunite with family members
Photographs by Lynsey Addario / VII Network for TIME
The Romeikes of Morristown, Tenn., fled their native Germany to maintain the right to teach their children at home
Photographs by Carl Kiilsgaard / Getty Images for TIME
Once the recording industry's state-of-the-art facility, the famed studio in St. John's Wood has struggled in the digital era, forcing EMI, its owner, to quell rumors of its closure or sale.
Sports fans from around the world have traveled to Vancouver to cheer on their home teams, bringing a hopeful spirit and suitcases full of wacky hats and wigs
In Olympic Ice Dancing, uniforms become costumes and skaters become contortionists. Love it or hate it, the sport inspires some of the Games' most interesting photos.
A brief survey of the cheap and reliable gun of choice for both terrorists and freedom fighters
Shutter Island, which debuted the weekend of Feb. 20 at No. 1, marks Martin Scorsese and Leo DiCaprio's fourth film together. A look at theirs and other fruitful cinematic partnerships
Rangers restock the Amboseli Reserve after drought diminishes its zebra population
The golf star appears at a highly controlled event in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
A look at the life of Elin Nordegren and her troubled marriage with golf's greatest star
The Tibetan spiritual leader meets with President Obama and others on a trip to Washington
Photographer David Walter Banks takes the pulse of the nascent conservative movement
Greece, Italy and Spain are just beginning to grapple with large numbers of migrants. So far, they're failing.
With its team the newly crowned Super Bowl champions, New Orleans' annual party was more festive than ever in 2010
For the 25th anniversary of "We Are the World," the song is being rerecorded and released to benefit Haitian earthquake victims. A look back at the biggest charity-single smashes
By Dan Fletcher
America's premier dog show makes its annual appearance at New York City's Madison Square Garden
Several new classifications of canines have been admitted to the competition over the past three years
A spectacular show opens the XXI Winter Games
The death of a Georgian athlete casts a heavy pall on the Vancouver Games
As the 2010 Winter Olympics open in Vancouver, here's a look at some of the most memorable opening ceremonies of Games past
Newly released aerial photos of the World Trade Center's destruction
The influential British fashion designer died at the age of 40 from an apparent suicide. He leaves behind a body of work that is at once edgy and romantic.
A look at the best unscripted programs on television
A brief history of the Japanese automaker
Since the days of Dolly Madison, the job of presidential spouse has often involved picking a signature issue
As the North East digs out from yet another massive snowfall, we take a look back at America's stormy past.
Geography, it seems, is destiny, at least when it comes to numbering our years
The second major snowfall in 5 days blankets the East Coast: it's Snowpocalypse Part II
On Feb. 3, 2010, thousands of young Palestinian men arrived at a police-recruitment center in Gaza City. They shared the same goal: gaining entry into the Hamas Police Academy
Photographs by Marco Longari / AFP / Getty
Photographer Joey L's portraits of tribespeople from Ethiopia's Omo Valley, where lush jungles and harsh drylands make the region one of the most diverse in the world
A century after its inception, one of the largest youth organizations maintains its relevance despite the challenge of membership decline
A storm dubbed the Snowpocalypse dumps more than two feet of snow on the nation's capital
Photographer Brooks Kraft's exclusive photos of the beloved panda bear on his way home to Chengdu, China, from the National Zoo in Washington
The tales behind 13 of Hollywood's most famous wolfmen
Photographer Lynsey Addario tours the war-torn country with Obama's Secretary of Defense
The Secretary of Defense has an impressive public service resume
How the championship game balls are made, from start to finish