Car Bomb Discovered in Times Square

Sunday, May. 02, 2010

A 'smoking' SUV loaded with propane, gasoline and fireworks is discovered in New York City's most famous tourist destination

Shanghai's World Expo

Monday, May. 03, 2010

China dazzles visitors at the biggest and most expensive international fair in history

A Brief History of World's Fairs

Monday, May. 03, 2010

As Expo 2010 Shanghai gets under way, a look back at how international expositions have showcased our world's progress and innovation

The World's Most Bizarre Collections

Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010

If you can name it, someone collects it. A gallery of collectors and their (unusual) obsessions

The Sinuous Vision of Architect Zaha Hadid

Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010

A gallery of the fascinating work of the Pritzker Prize–winning architect

Behind the Scenes with Ashton Kutcher

Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010

TIME photographer Christopher Morris catches up with the actor and producer on set in Hollywood

Rockin' with Taylor Swift

Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010

TIME photographer Christopher Morris goes backstage and gets out in front with the country-pop phenom

The Perspectives of Temple Grandin

Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010

An animal scientist draws on her autism to gain insight into the minds of cattle — and develop methods to treat them more humanely

Photographs by Matt Slaby / Luceo for TIME

2010: The Year of the '80s Remakes

Thursday, Apr. 01, 2010

This year, Hollywood seems obsessed with revisiting what it did 30 years ago. A before-and-after look at what audiences saw then and what they will see now

A Donated Kidney Saves a Life

Monday, Apr. 26, 2010

Photographer Laura Kleinhenz documents the miraculous year of kidney patient Matt Hinerfeld

The Earth from Above

Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2010

A selection of photos from the world's premier aerial photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand

When Lawmakers Attack: Ukrainian Edition

Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2010

A debate over a Russian naval-base lease escalates to physical conflict on the parliament floor

A Tornado Rips Through Mississippi

Sunday, Apr. 25, 2010

The natural disaster swept through the region causing destruction, injuries, and deaths

Deep-Space Photos: Hubble's Greatest Hits

Tuesday, Apr. 19, 2011

The Hubble Space Telescope is completing its 22nd year in space. In honor of that birthday, here are 22 of its most striking images—a tiny fraction of the things it's seen and the images it's sent home in its long and productive life

Cannabis Conventions

Friday, Apr. 23, 2010

In California and Colorado, medical marijuana growers, consumers and enthusiasts come together to talk pot

The Real Science of Avatar

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2010

How James Cameron drew inspiration for the flora and fauna on Pandora from life forms on Earth

Story by: Rebecca Keegan

A Brief History of the Elian Gonzalez Saga

Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2010

Ten years ago, a dramatic international incident came to a head when U.S. federal troops raided a Miami home.

Commerce Comes to the Aid of Haiti

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2010

American entrepreneurs are trying to revive the ailing country by focusing on business

Photographs by Richard Mosse for TIME

Exhibit: Photos by Henri Cartier-Bresson

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2010

A show at New York's Museum of Modern Art explores the many facets of photography's most protean talent

Summer Camp for Autistic Kids

Friday, Apr. 16, 2010

Dragonfly Forest offers a free overnight camp experience to kids with autism

Photographs by Mike Belleme

The Many Funny Faces of Jane Lynch

Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2010

A look at some of the breakout Glee star's roles throughout the years

In Honor of Secretary's Day: Great Secretaries of the Past 100 Years

Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2010

Created in 1952, Secretary's Day (a.k.a. Administrative Professionals' Day) is observed on the second-to-last Wednesday in April. In 2010, it lands on April 21

The Eerie Beauty of Iceland's Volcano

Friday, Apr. 16, 2010

Otherworldly images from the eruption at Eyjafjallajokull

The Oklahoma City Bombing: A Look Back

Friday, Apr. 16, 2010

Fifteen years ago, on April 19, 168 people were killed when a truck bomb exploded outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building

Poland's Days of Mourning

Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010

An entire nation grieves for the victims of the plane crash that killed the nation's President and many of its top leaders

NASCAR's Nation of Fans

Thursday, Apr. 15, 2010

Around the track with the devoted spectators of America's premiere motorsport

NASA's Great Moonbuggy Race

Monday, Apr. 12, 2010

An annual competition challenges students to design and build vehicles that address the same problems faced by the scientists who created the original Apollo lunar rover

Afghanistan: Inside the Battle for Hearts and Minds

Wednesday, Apr. 14, 2010

Deep in Taliban heartland, U.S. troops led by a determined young officer try to win hearts and minds by reopening a school. The obstacles they met show just how tough it will be to win the war

Photographs by Adam Ferguson / VII Mentor for TIME

Earthquake in Yushu County, China

Wednesday, Apr. 14, 2010

A 7.1 magnitude quake rocks a remote region in China

Thailand's Red Shirts: Photos from James Nachtwey

Thursday, Apr. 15, 2010

TIME photographer James Nachtwey documents the surging anti-government movement

Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens

Friday, Apr. 09, 2010

The longest-serving member of the high court announces his retirement

Offbeat Museums Around the World

Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010

If you can name it, you can bet there's a museum for it. A gallery of some of the wackiest collections on earth

Kyrgyzstan's Struggle for Power

Monday, Apr. 12, 2010

The opposition mourns while President Bakiyev refuses to stand down

Photographs for TIME by Ed Ou / Reportage / Getty Images

Glee's Broadway Roots

Friday, Apr. 09, 2010

A look at the theatrical backgrounds behind the stars of the hit Fox television show

Iceland's Volcano Causes Travel Chaos

Thursday, Apr. 15, 2010

Airline passengers face massive disruption across Europe after an ash cloud from a volcanic eruption in Iceland grounds planes

Paying Kids for Good Grades: Does It Work?

Wednesday, Apr. 07, 2010

Two schools in Washington DC participate in a four-city experiment to see if cash can truly make a difference in the classroom

The Best Cars for 2011

Monday, Sep. 20, 2010

Vehicles that run on battery power are grabbing headlines this fall, but carmakers are refining traditional segments with better interiors and more powerful engines

By Joseph R. Szczesny

30 Mosques in 30 Days Part II

Thursday, Sep. 16, 2010

In which two American Muslims, Aman and Bassam, conclude their Ramadan journey across America

The Beatles' Final Year

Thursday, Apr. 08, 2010

The band's internal feuds boiled over into public view on April 10, 1970, when Paul McCartney announced his intention to leave the group

Securing Loose Nukes in Chile

Thursday, Apr. 08, 2010

The devastating earthquake of Feb. 26, 2010, interrupted a U.S. team's top-secret effort to remove a potential nuclear bomb from Chile

Photographs by Enrique Siqués for TIME

Kyrgyz Government Ousted in Revolt

Wednesday, Apr. 07, 2010

An anti-government rally turns violent and the flees the capital

Baptism in the Jordan River

Friday, Apr. 02, 2010

Christian pilgrims journey to the place where John the Baptist is thought to have performed the rite on Jesus

The U.K. General Election Is Called

Tuesday, Apr. 06, 2010

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has finally made his mind up. He asked the Queen to dissolve Parliament, and Britain will go to the polls for the first time in five years on May 6

The U.K. Heroin Underground

Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2010

Photographer Andy Moxon reveals a sprawling community of addicts flourishing beneath the surface of a typical English city

Editor's advisory: Some of the photos in this gallery contain graphic content

Mining Tragedy in West Virginia

Tuesday, Apr. 06, 2010

An explosion rocks a small coal-mining town

Pillow Fighting Around the World

Monday, Apr. 05, 2010

Flash mobs gather around the world to fight it out with cushy weapons

A Soldier's Final Journey Home

Wednesday, Mar. 31, 2010

A year after the U.S. lifted the ban on media coverage of the return of dead service members, a rare glimpse into the last journey of a fallen soldier

Photographs by Peter van Agtmael / Magnum for TIME

The British Election Campaign

Wednesday, Apr. 21, 2010

All the color as Britain's political parties cross the country to try and win the closest election in decades

Doc Martens: 50 Years of Butt-Kicking Style

Thursday, Apr. 01, 2010

The brief history of an iconic shoe

Henri Matisse's Great Leap Forward

Thursday, Apr. 01, 2010

From 1913 to 1917, Matisse reinvented painting. A new show at the Art Institute of Chicago traces his path

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