Behind the Scenes at a New York Fashion Week Casting Call

Wednesday, Sep. 08, 2010

How models are chosen for the runway at the famed event

Story and photos by Joseph Chi Lin

Tensions Rise Near Ground Zero on the 9/11 Anniversary

Monday, Sep. 13, 2010

Controversy over the proposed mosque and cultural center near the former World Trade Center site brings protesters to lower Manhattan on the anniversary of the attacks

Photographs by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage / Getty Images for TIME

Remembering 9/11: The Evolution of Ground Zero

Friday, Sep. 10, 2010

Ground Zero has slowly transformed from a disaster site to a place for reflection and remembrance

Inside a Romanian Drug House

Thursday, Sep. 09, 2010

Activists worry that the economic crisis will force needle exchanges to close and fuel an explosion of HIV in Romania

Photographs by Cristian Movila for TIME
Text by William Lee Adams

Chicago's Daleys: History of a Dynasty

Thursday, Sep. 09, 2010

Richard M. Daley's announcement that he will not seek re-election brings an end to a political dynasty that has lasted more than five decades

Robert Gates in America's War Zones

Tuesday, Sep. 07, 2010

The Secretary of Defense travels to Afghanistan after attending handover ceremonies in Iraq

Re-Enacting the Korean War

Tuesday, Sep. 07, 2010

The battle between the North and South, both real and imagined

Photographs by Kim Jae-Hwan / AFP / Getty Images

Sept. 2010: Powerful Earthquake Strikes New Zealand

Saturday, Sep. 04, 2010

A 7.1 magnitude quake near Christchurch causes significant damage

Riding Out Hurricane Earl

Friday, Sep. 03, 2010

The East Coast braces itself for heavy storms

Glenn Beck's Washington DC "Restoring Honor" rally

Friday, Sep. 03, 2010

The conservative radio and TV host presides over a gathering at the Lincoln Memorial on the anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech

Iraq Going Forward

Thursday, Sep. 02, 2010

Many troops have gone home, but for the soldiers of the 1/3 Heavy Brigade Combat Team, it's business as usual in Baghdad. Photographer Peter van Agtmael gets a glimpse of what the U.S. mission in Iraq might look like in the future

The Aftermath of the Floods in Pakistan

Wednesday, Sep. 01, 2010

Photographer Massimo Berruti documents the aftermath of the worst flooding to strike Pakistan in 80 years

Photographs by Massimo Berruti / Agence Vu for TIME

Mahmoud Abbas: Pressing the Flesh for Peace

Wednesday, Sep. 01, 2010

After replacing Yasser Arafat as Palestinian Authority President in 2004, Abbas was seen as the moderate who would close the deal with Israel. Since then, despite an endless round of diplomatic handshakes, a peace deal remains elusive

The Deadliest Hurricanes in U.S. History

Wednesday, Sep. 01, 2010

A look back at the worst hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. coast

Mount Sinabung: A Sleeping Giant Awakens

Monday, Aug. 30, 2010

A volcano in North Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years on Aug. 29, 2010, sending unsuspecting residents into panic

The Sad, Woeful Story of Weston-Super-Mare

Monday, Aug. 30, 2010

As summer ends, a multimillion-dollar renovation of the town's famed Grand Pier remains unfinished, the latest in a series of unfortunate events to plague a popular but seemingly cursed U.K. tourist destination

Going Home from Iraq

Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010

One American unit's final days in the country

Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev / Noor for TIME

A Katrina Photographer Returns to New Orleans — Again and Again

Friday, Aug. 27, 2010

Mario Tama has been covering Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath since Day One. A selection of images from his new book, Coming Back, New Orleans Resurgent

Destroy This Memory: Richard Misrach on Hurricane Katrina

Friday, Aug. 27, 2010

A record of the painful messages left in the hurricane's wake

Avatar as Protest

Friday, Aug. 27, 2010

Demonstrators for a wide variety of causes have adopted the image of James Cameron's Na'vi people to promote their causes

The Story of One Block in New Orleans

Friday, Aug. 27, 2010

For the past four years, photographer Dave Anderson has focused on a single block of New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. A selection from his recent book, One Block: A New Orleans Neighborhood Rebuilds.

Religion in the Ruins of Katrina

Friday, Aug. 27, 2010

Photographer Debbie Fleming Caffery finds faith after the hurricane

Venezuela Cracks Down on Illegal Mining

Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010

The Chávez government sends soldiers in to crack down on unregulated mining in Bolívar State

Photos by Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters

For the Centenary of Mother Teresa's Birth, a Trove of Rare Photos

Friday, Aug. 20, 2010

A gallery of images from a forgotten assignment by Homer Page, a photographer who came across Teresa at the beginning of her ministry

Living in Malaysia's Melting Pot

Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010

For decades, the diverse southeast Asian nation of Malaysia has given economic benefits to its ethnic Malay majority, a policy that is now under reconsideration

Photographs by Rahman Roslan for TIME

Rescuers Maintain Contact with Chilean Miners

Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010

After the euphoria of making contact, Chilean officials and rescue workers settle in for the long task of keeping the trapped miners psychologically and physically healthy

Coming of Age in Ciudad Juárez

Monday, Aug. 23, 2010

The story of how one ordinary girl was able to celebrate her quinceañera — the Mexican equivalent of a "sweet 16" party — in one of the world's most violent cities

Photographs and story by Keith Dannemiller for TIME

The New 'Kashmiri Intifadeh'

Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010

The new generation of stone-pelting protesters clashing with the military throughout the summer wants one thing: for the Indian army to leave Kashmir

A Civilian Casualty in Afghanistan

Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010

Photographer Adam Ferguson witnesses a mortar strike that kills a young girl in Marjah
Photographs by Adam Ferguson / VII Network for TIME

The Recent Life of Kanye West

Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010

TIME takes a look at the good, the bad and the bizarre

Multimedia: On the Streets with the LAPD

Friday, Aug. 06, 2010

In an era of steep budget cuts, the officers' work just gets harder

Photographs and story by Robert Nickelsberg for TIME

A Brief History of Intolerance in America

Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010

Discrimination against different religious and ethnic groups dates back to the founding of the colonies

By Kate Abbott

Jazz Photographer Herman Leonard

Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010

His images of great musicians helped define the visual identity of jazz

Marines' Tattoos in Marjah, Afghanistan

Monday, Aug. 16, 2010

Photographer Mauricio Lima asks the members of the 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines, to show their skin art

Welcome to Prison Valley

Friday, Aug. 06, 2010

Fremont County, Colorado, has made incarceration a local specialty industry

Photographs by Philippe Brault / Agence Vu / Aurora

Iftar: Breaking Ramadan's Fast

Friday, Aug. 13, 2010

How Muslims from around the world observe Iftar, the breaking of their daily fast

The World's Longest Yard Sale

Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010

At this flea market over six states, one person's junk is another's treasure

Photographs by Floto + Warner for TIME

The Redneck Fishing Tournament

Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010

Make sure you bring protective gear to the annual event in Bath, Illinois, because these fish jumping, literally, out of the water Photographs for TIME by Benjamin Lowy / Reportage / Getty Images

The Changing Face of Sumo Wrestling

Thursday, Aug. 12, 2010

Racked by scandal and inundated with foreign competitors, the traditional Japanese sport struggles to keep up with the times

Photographs by James Whitlow Delano / Redux for TIME

David Beckham Announces Retirement

Thursday, May. 16, 2013

The former Manchester United and England soccer captain calls it a day at the age of 38. He's the only English player to have won championships in four countries, and helped raise the profile of the sport in America by playing for the LA Galaxy.

China's Deadly Landslides

Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2010

The town of Zhouqu endures China's deadliest landslides in more than six decades

Rwanda's Dressed-Up Polling Stations

Monday, Aug. 09, 2010

Photographer Finbarr O'Reilly takes note of the elaborate decor used at polls in Kigali, the Rwandan capital, on election day

China's High-Speed Rail

Monday, Aug. 09, 2010

Beijing puts all its muscle into building a massive, state-of-the-art high-speed railroad network

Photographs for TIME by Michael Christopher Brown

The Enduring Legacy of Jerry Garcia

Sunday, Aug. 08, 2010

A photographic tribute to the legendary Grateful Dead guitarist, hotter than ever 15 years after his death on Aug. 9, 1995

What They Carried Away from Pakistan's Floods

Friday, Aug. 06, 2010

Residents salvage all they can from the
country's rising waters

Animals That Can Think

Wednesday, Aug. 04, 2010

A portfolio of creature portraits by photographer Finlay MacKay

Michelle Obama's Spanish Vacation

Friday, Aug. 06, 2010

The First Lady, youngest daughter Sasha and friends (and Secret Service agents) are in Marbella. But it's not exactly a low-cost trip

Dagestan and Russia's Long War

Tuesday, Aug. 03, 2010

The tension between Moscow and Islamic insurgents spreads to other parts of the Caucasus, where the Kremlin's brutal methods have left a trail of tears

Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR for TIME

Treating Soldier Stress

Thursday, Aug. 05, 2010

The Army employs state-of-the-art technology at its Warrior Resiliency and Recovery Center at Fort Campbell, Ky. to help bring relief to thousands of mentally damaged soldiers

Photographs by Gareth McConnell for TIME

Artworks from Work of Art

Thursday, Aug. 05, 2010

A sampling of pieces produced by the artists participating in the hit Bravo series

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