Silvio Berlusconi Resigns

Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011

The Italian Prime Minister calls it quits


Friday, Nov. 11, 2011

Scores of people celebrate the auspicious day around the globe

Unprecedented Image of Space Shuttle Released

Tuesday, Jun. 07, 2011

The International Space Station is seen with the docked space shuttle Endeavour in this photo released by NASA on June 7, 2011

A Perilous Threat to Rhinos

Monday, Jun. 06, 2011

There are two groups of people shooting rhinos in southern Africa today. TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr captures both

Brooke Army Medical Center

Friday, Nov. 11, 2011

For troops wounded in combat, life changes in an instant. But the road to a new normal takes years. For some of the grievously wounded troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, the early part of that journey takes place at BAMC

by Nate Rawlings

The Art of Clyfford Still Re-emerges

Friday, Nov. 11, 2011

After being sealed away for more than 30 years, the work of a 20th century master finally gets a home in Denver

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011

A Walmart heiress provides a new home for American art in Bentonville, Arkansas

By Richard Lacayo

Graphic: Decoding Cancer's DNA

Friday, Jun. 03, 2011

On the Ground in a Chaotic Yemen

Friday, Jun. 03, 2011

Yuri Kozyrev's photos shine a light on a country convulsed by violence, steeped in danger and seeking a way out

Riots Rock Penn State After Firing of Paterno

Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011

Students take to the streets of downtown State College as the school's Board of Trustees fires the longtime coach in the wake of a sex scandal

Chasing Sarah Palin's One Nation Road Trip

Wednesday, Jun. 01, 2011

TIME correspondent Jay Newton-Small and photographer Dima Gavrysh followed Sarah Palin's bus tour of historic sites up the eastern seaboard nearly 400 miles from Washington DC to New York City

Students Protest in London

Wednesday, Nov. 09, 2011

Demonstrators gather in opposition to higher university fees and austerity measures

Liberia's Election Marred by Violence

Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2011

Deadly clashes erupt ahead of presidential runoff voting

Joe Paterno: Dec. 21, 1926–Jan. 22, 2012

Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012

The legendary Penn State football coach has died from lung cancer, his family said in a statement

How America Celebrates Its Holidays

Monday, May. 30, 2011

Joe Frazier, Champion and Competitor

Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2011

Muhammad Ali's most famous opponent, and a boxing legend of his own making, died of liver cancer at age 67. A look back at the fighter's life in pictures

Warriors at Rest: Tim Hetherington's Sleeping Soldiers

Monday, May. 30, 2011

The late photographer's multimedia video installation showcases the surreal and brutal realities of war

Celebrating 'Id al-Adha

Monday, Nov. 07, 2011

Muslims mark the end of the hajj with the Festival of Sacrifice

Special Ops: A Photo History

Sunday, Nov. 06, 2011

The fascinating history of America's secret warriors.

Joplin: One Year After the Tornado

Friday, May. 27, 2011

The 2011 ING New York City Marathon

Sunday, Nov. 06, 2011

Photos from the annual event

The Mars500 Experiment Ends

Friday, Nov. 04, 2011

For more than a year and a half, six volunteers sealed themselves off from the world in an effort simulate a journey to the Red Planet

The Eerie Beauty of Iceland's Volcano

Wednesday, May. 25, 2011

Israel Drills for a Missile Strike

Friday, Nov. 04, 2011

The country's military and rescue services prepare for mass casualties from a chemical weapons attack

The War in Libya: Photographs by Michael Christopher Brown

Tuesday, May. 24, 2011

Photojournalist Michael Christopher Brown was injured in the same blast that killed Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington in Libya. His iPhone photos from the scene show the truth of conflict

Up in the Air: Kite Photography

Tuesday, May. 24, 2011

In a time when cityscapes can be uploaded by any airline passenger with a digital camera, Argentianian Esteban Pastorino Diaz gives us a slightly different view of the earth from 150 feet in the air

The Year of Guy Fawkes

Friday, Nov. 04, 2011

The stylized mask from the graphic novel and film V for Vendetta has evolved into a global symbol of insurrection. For Nov. 5 — a.k.a. Guy Fawkes Day — here is a world-wide round up of Fawkes wannabes

Flooding in Thailand

Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011

Frustrated Thais are starting to blame officials, not the rain, for flood damage, testing the country's new government

Candid Camera: Bob Dylan at Home, by Elliott Landy

Monday, May. 23, 2011

In 1968, a young photographer named Elliott Landy was assigned by the Saturday Evening Post to shoot a cover image of Bob Dylan

Scenes from the G-20

Thursday, Nov. 03, 2011

The world's most powerful leaders gather in Cannes, France

A Chevrolet Centennial

Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2011

A look back at the automotive giant, founded on November 3, 1911

Photos: Inside Libya, via iPhone

Sunday, May. 22, 2011

In Memoriam: Photographer Anton Hammerl Killed in Libya

Friday, May. 20, 2011

In late March and April, the frontline in the Libyan war was settling in the oil port of Brega. And so thats where the South African photojournalist Anton Hammerl headed, along with two reporters and another photographer.

Protesting the G-20: Send in the Clowns

Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2011

Demonstrators apply satire and humor to mock the leaders of the world's industrialized nations Freedom Riders 50th Anniv.

Friday, May. 20, 2011

Heritage Sites of Palestine

Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2011

Now that Palestine has been accepted as a member of UNESCO, the U.N.'s cultural organization, could these historic sites win World Heritage status and be counted as part of Palestine's national patrimony?
by Ishaan Tharoor

The Masked Monkeys of Indonesia

Thursday, May. 19, 2011

Emergency Landing in Warsaw

Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2011

A LOT Polish flight from Newark was forced to land on its belly after a landing gear malfunction

Henry Wessel's Californication

Wednesday, May. 18, 2011

Henry Wessel left a small town in Jersey and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1971. He never looked back

Who Is the World's 7 Billionth Person?

Monday, Oct. 31, 2011

Hospitals around the world invite the press into their maternity wards to mark the day the United Nations has estimated will see the birth of the planet's 7 billionth person

Early Snow Hits Northeastern United States

Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011

Rare storm blankets states from Maryland to Maine

Color in the Midst of Protest

Friday, May. 13, 2011

Suicide Bomber Strikes in Kabul

Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011

At least 13 Americans killed in Afghan bombing

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  1. Archive:
  2. 2013
  3. 2012
  4. 2011
  5. 2010
  6. 2009
  7. 2008
  8. 2007