Louise Bourgeois: A Life in Photos

Monday, May. 31, 2010

Louise Bourgeois, the famed French-born artist, died in New York City on May 31, 2010. She was 98.

Sex and the City Fashion: What Not to Wear in the Office

Monday, May. 31, 2010

With summer upon us, best-selling author Charla Krupp shows what not to wear in the boardroom (or cubicle) when the temperature starts to soar

Farewell to Dennis Hopper

Saturday, May. 29, 2010

Memorable star of film and television

A Siege of Mosques in Lahore

Friday, May. 28, 2010

The Pakistan Taliban takes credit for attacks that left more than 80 dead

From Pixels to Projectors: Hollywood's Video-Game Movies

Friday, May. 28, 2010

A look at games that have made the jump from the console to the big screen

Farewell to Gary Coleman

Friday, May. 28, 2010

A look back at the life of the Diff'rent Strokes star

The U.S. Military in the Pacific

Thursday, May. 27, 2010

As protests continue to simmer in Japan over the presence of the U.S. military on Okinawa island, Canadian photographer Greg Girard looks at life in and around American bases in the sprawling Pacific theater

Critters of the Gulf Oil Spill

Thursday, May. 27, 2010

Heartbreaking images of the biggest victims of the Deepwater Horizon disaster

The Emergence of Rand Paul

Thursday, May. 27, 2010

The son of congressman Ron Paul surprises the political establishment with a victory in Kentucky's Senate Republican primary

The Iconography of Kim Jong Il

Tuesday, May. 25, 2010

The Dear Leader uses his image as a stamp of his absolute authority over North Korea — while outside the Hermit Kingdom, his likeness symbolizes tyranny and oppression

The Queen Opens Parliament in the U.K.

Tuesday, May. 25, 2010

Written by the government and delivered by the reigning monarch, the Queen's Speech sets out the legislative agenda and is the highlight of the state opening of Parliament

Best in Surf: Dogs Ride the Waves

Monday, May. 24, 2010

A charitable cause provides a great excuse for adorable dogs to compete in the fifth annual Loews Coronado Bay Resort Surf Dog Competition at Imperial Beach, just south of San Diego

France's Champs-Elysées Goes Green

Monday, May. 24, 2010

French farmers have turned the famous Parisian avenue into a gigantic garden to highlight their financial plight

AOL Turns 25

Friday, May. 21, 2010

A photo history of the iconic internet brand

Those Loony Olympic Mascots

Friday, May. 21, 2010

London's eerie choices for the 2012 games prompt questions about what makes a successful mascot. From the cute and cuddly to the creepy, absurd, and ethically questionable, a visual survey of past Olympic mascots.

Thailand's Violence Comes to an End

Thursday, May. 20, 2010

TIME photographer James Nachtwey shoots the violent end to the standoff in downtown Bangkok

The Career of Anna May Wong

Thursday, May. 20, 2010

In honor of Asian-Pacific American History month, a tribute to Hollywood's first Asian American actress

Inside Facebook Headquarters

Wednesday, May. 19, 2010

A glimpse into the offices of the social-networking powerhouse

Photographs by Emily Shur for TIME

A Brief History of Saturday Night Live Movies

Wednesday, May. 19, 2010

MacGruber, a MacGyver spoof that originated on Saturday Night Live, is the latest in a short line of (mostly bad) movies that have been spun off from the comedy show

Master of Fantasy: Frank Frazetta's Legacy

Wednesday, May. 19, 2010

A brief retrospective of the influential artist's transcendent work

By Joseph Lin

The 11 Most Endangered Historic Places

Wednesday, May. 19, 2010

The National Trust for Historic Preservation unveils its annual list of threatened cultural and natural heritage sites

New Critters in New Guinea

Tuesday, May. 18, 2010

Results have been released from a 2008 expedition to New Guinea's rich, remote Foja Mountains, where a host of new species were discovered. A few of them follow

The Animals of Kenya: Up Close and Personal

Tuesday, May. 11, 2010

Photographer Anup Shah uses a disguised camera to take intimate photos of the inhabitants of the Masai Mara National Reserve

The Craziness of Cannes

Friday, May. 14, 2010

Surreal scenes from the entertainment industry's annual spring event

Bangkok Street Fighting Intensifies

Thursday, May. 13, 2010

The protesters dig in as the death toll climbs in Thailand

Robin Hood Through the Ages

Thursday, May. 13, 2010

For centuries, the hero of Sherwood Forest has been robbing the rich to give to the poor

The Women Ridding Sri Lanka of Mines

Friday, May. 14, 2010

Due to civil war between the Sri Lankan government and the Tamil Tigers, northern Sri Lanka is heavily contaminated with landmines. The nation's female de-miners are, thanks to a U.K. agency, clearing land affected by the conflict

Haiti's Tent Cities Brace for the Rainy Season

Wednesday, May. 12, 2010

Four months after the earthquake, Port-au-Prince is a collection of jury-rigged tent cities. As the rainy season approaches, the country braces for more misfortune.

Formula One's First World Championship

Wednesday, May. 12, 2010

For 60 years drivers have been racing for the F1 crown. A look back at the first season

The Rise of Manny Pacquiao

Wednesday, Nov. 04, 2009

A look at the Filipino boxer's career in and out of the ring

Inside the World of David Cameron

Tuesday, May. 11, 2010

Photographer Andrew Parsons shares his insider's view of the new Prime Minister's life

Remembering Lena Horne

Monday, May. 10, 2010

A beautiful African-American songstress who played a critical role in breaking Hollywood's color barrier

The Men Who Would Be Mao

Tuesday, May. 04, 2010

A gallery of the Chinese actors who specialize in impersonating Chairman Mao Zedong

Photographs by Tommaso Bonaventura / Contrasto / Redux

Meet Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan

Monday, May. 10, 2010

A look at President Obama's second nomination to the Supreme Court

Amazing Moms of the Animal Kingdom

Friday, May. 07, 2010

Ten incredible things mothers do for their young

Advance of the Oil Blobs

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2010

As BP battles to contain the leaking oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, the spill congeals around the flora and fauna of the coastline

Stars of Kindie Rock

Thursday, May. 06, 2010

Musicians for kids and their parents are a lot cooler than they used to be. A guide to some of the genre's top stars

Broadway's Hits and Misses of the Spring

Friday, May. 07, 2010

With the Tony nominations out, TIME's Richard Zoglin reviews a flurry of Broadway's late-season arrivals

Teen Sensation Justin Bieber

Thursday, May. 06, 2010

Photographer Gabrielle Revere catches up with the young star in New York

The 2010 TIME 100 Gala

Thursday, May. 06, 2010

Scenes from TIME's sixth annual dinner

Nashville Cleans Up

Tuesday, May. 04, 2010

The country music capital tries to salvage what it can after a devastating flood

Look Up in the Sky: How Superheroes Fly

Thursday, May. 06, 2010

A guide to the myriad ways famous do-gooders take to the skies

A History of Stand-Up Comedy

Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009

TIME's Richard Zoglin narrates the rise of a unique American art form

Picasso in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Thursday, May. 06, 2010

The museum pulls together its permanent collection in a landmark exhibition featuring more than 300 works by the master artist

Britain Goes to the Polls

Thursday, May. 06, 2010

Members of the U.K. electorate vote for a new government in the closest election in years

Who Is Faisal Shahzad?

Wednesday, May. 05, 2010

A portrait of the man who authorities say planted a car bomb in Times Square

Meet the Babies of Babies

Wednesday, May. 05, 2010

A new film explores the first year in the life of four babies around the world

By Bryan Alexander

Exhibit: 'American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity'

Wednesday, May. 05, 2010

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute looks at six archetypes that helped shape the way women dress today

Protests Turn Violent in Greece

Wednesday, May. 05, 2010

Greece has been brought to a standstill as angry workers stage a general strike over planned austerity measures. At least three people have died in the riots

Immigration Detention in Arizona

Tuesday, May. 04, 2010

Photographer John Moore documents the detention and incarceration of undocumented aliens in the wake of the April 2010 passage of the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act

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