Believe It or Not: Snow Again!

Wednesday, Feb. 02, 2011

Blizzard warnings, ice storms and freezing rain strike the U.S.

The World's Most Elusive Primates

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011

Photographers Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers capture the charisma of man's evolutionary cousins

Scenes from the Slamdance Film Festival

Tuesday, Feb. 01, 2011

Billing itself as the festival "By Filmmakers for Filmmakers," the annual gathering in Park City, Utah, nurtures the spirit of independent movie-making. Photographer Maya Adrabi tells the stories of the young hopefuls behind this year's entries

A Brief History of Sex on TV

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

Racy teen drama Skins is far from the first show to cause a stir about what's appropriate for television. TIME takes a look at the boob tube's long, delicate relationship with all things sexual

Obama's First Two Years: An Inside View

Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011

Chief Official White House photographer Pete Souza shares his favorite images from his coverage of the first half of the Obama administration. An intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the multilayered world of the President.

Scenes from Obama's State of the Union

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011

The photographers in the chamber capture a number of angles that television missed

From Actor to Politician: 1966, Ronald Reagan's Pivotal Year

Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011

When a washed-up B-movie actor announced that he would run for governor of California, LIFE magazine sent photographer Bill Ray to cover the story.
A gallery of rare and unseen images from Reagan's first foray into big-time politics

The Pakistan Floods — Six Months On

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011

The long-term challenge is to help the Pakistani people rebuild their lives with focus shifting to infrastructure, agriculture and basic living standards.
Photographs by Russell Watkins and Vicki Frances / Department for International Development

The Challenger Shuttle 25 Years Later

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011

Before its tragic end on January 28, 1986 NASA vehicle OV-099 was the workhorse of the shuttle fleet

Snowstorms Hit the East Coast — Again

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011

New York and Washington are blanketed by a foot of snow

Protests in Lebanon

Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011

Demonstrators take to the streets to oppose the appointment of Hizballah-backed Najib Mikati as Prime Minister

Mongolia Marches Toward Modernity

Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011

Once a nation of nomads, Mongolians are using resource wealth and technology to transform their country

Photographs by Timothy Fadek / Polaris

Moscow Airport Struck by a Suicide Bomber

Monday, Jan. 24, 2011

A blast at Russia's largest airport claims more than 30 lives

Farewell to Jack LaLanne

Monday, Jan. 24, 2011

The fitness entrepreneur was regarded as the founder of the modern physical-fitness movement

The Busy Life of Kim Jong Il

Friday, Jan. 21, 2011

North Korea releases a flurry of images of the dictator visiting, checking, urging and examining

Tunisia's Tumultuous Month

Friday, Jan. 14, 2011

A seemingly small act of defiance in December triggers a revolution that ultimately topples a corrupt Arab regime

The Ransacked Mansions of Tunisia

Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011

A tour of the vandalized homes of the Tunisian president and his family

Hu Jintao's Day at the White House

Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011

Photographer Brooks Kraft captures the Chinese President's historic meeting with President Obama

Photographs by Brooks Kraft / Corbis for TIME

The Fastest Woman in the World on a Motorcycle

Monday, Jan. 10, 2011

Leslie Porterfield holds land speed records in several classes

Photographs by Michael Kirby Smith for TIME

A Brief History of People Power

Monday, Jan. 17, 2011

As mass protests in Tunisia seek to bring about regime change, TIME looks at other instances of popular rebellion

Dakar Rally 2011

Friday, Jan. 14, 2011

The world's most brutal off-road race runs in South America for the third year in a row

Desert Storm Revisited

Friday, Jan. 14, 2011

Twenty years after the first Gulf War began: a familiar enemy, but a different result.

Streets of Fire

Sunday, Apr. 11, 2004

Iraq erupts into an urban insurgency that brought U.S. forces their heaviest combat since the war's end

Exposing North Korea

Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005

A rare visit to one of the world's last closed societies. Photographs by Christopher Morris for TIME

Style and Design: What's Next Now

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007

Looking into the future of 21st century style
Photos by Greg Kadel for TIME
Styled by Katie Mossman

Kashmir Recovers

Wednesday, Mar. 01, 2006

Spring brings new challenges to the quake stricken region

Scenes from Tucson in Grief: January 2011

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

Photographer Matt Slaby takes the pulse of the stricken city in the aftermath of the tragic shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others

Photographs by Matt Slaby / Luceo for TIME

Hundreds Die in Brazilian Mudslides

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

Flash floods and landslides claim lives and level buildings

Risky Crossings: Immigration in Greece

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011

As migrants from Asia pour across the country's borders onto the soil of the European Union, the Greek government considers building a fence

Photographs by Angelos Tzortzinis

Miss America Then and Now

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011

A look back at more than 80 years of the Miss America Competition

Haiti One Year Later

Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011

Reconstruction of the regions devastated in the January 12, 2010 earthquake proceeds very slowly — if at all

Photographs by Shaul Schwarz / Reportage by Getty Images for TIME

The Most Notable Assassins in U.S. History

Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011

The shooting in Tucson is just the latest in a long line of attempts on the lives of American politicians. TIME takes a look back at the gun-toting men who succeeded — and those who came all too close.

Flooding in Australia Spreads

Monday, Jan. 03, 2011

Brisbane and the coast are devastated by heavy rains and flash floods

Ivory Coast Postelection Violence Rises

Monday, Jan. 10, 2011

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

The World of Jared Lee Loughner

Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011

Scenes from the Tucson home and neighborhood of the alleged Arizona shooter

Southern Sudan Goes to the Polls

Friday, Jan. 07, 2011

The referendum on Jan. 9 will likely create the world's newest nation

Messages for the Tucson Victims

Monday, Jan. 10, 2011

The Tucson, Ariz., tragedy inspires an outpouring of grief in words and pictures

The European Elvis Championships

Thursday, Jan. 06, 2011

Eighty contestants gather in Birmingham, England, for a whole lotta shakin', moanin' and rockin'

Photographs by Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images

Wings of Mercy: Medevac in Afghanistan

Thursday, Jan. 06, 2011

TIME photographer James Nachtwey photographs the men of Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 214th Regiment

Photographs by James Nachtwey for TIME

Mourning the Victims of the Arizona Shooting

Monday, Jan. 10, 2011

The nation grieves the murders of six people after the assassination attempt on Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords

The Death of an Aging Nuclear Plant

Wednesday, Jan. 05, 2011

Technicians have been dismantling the Soviet-era reactor in Lubmin, Germany, for more than 15 years, and the job is nowhere near complete

Photographs by Michael Jungblut / Laif / Redux

Photos: In London, Turning Access into Apps

Thursday, Jan. 06, 2011

The London Datastore urges the city's agencies and civil servants to put their data into a public repository where anyone can access it, graph it, map it or track it, making the city more friendly, transparent and efficient

Christians Under Siege in the Muslim World

Tuesday, Jan. 04, 2011

A series of violent incidents underscores the fragile position of Christians living in Islamic nations

The Evolution of Corporate Logos

Thursday, Mar. 17, 2011

What's behind the trend toward kinder, gentler branding
by Josh Sanburn

Workers Lost in Libya's Turmoil

Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011

Thousands of foreigners are caught in the wake of the Libyan revolution

Kate Winslet's 10 Best Roles

Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009

Film critic Mark Harris runs down the actress's finest screen performances

Meryl Streep's Golden Career

Monday, Feb. 16, 2009

The acclaimed actress has been nominated for a record 16 Academy Awards

The 2011 North American International Auto Show

Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011

Commissioned during the depths of the recession, the cars unveiled at this year's NAIAS emphasize utility, efficiency and tradition. They also show that automakers believe customers expect solid designs and new technology

By Joseph R. Szczesny

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