A New Way to Photograph War

Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2011

Danfung Dennis has been documenting war for years. Still, he found himself unsatisfied, feeling that coverage of war was becoming mundane. An idea was born: Condition ONE, an app to provide a new form of storytelling.

The Mountain Gorillas of Rwanda

Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011

Photographer Andy Rouse journeys into the forests of the Virunga Volcanoes to document the behavior one of man's closest living relatives. Photos from the book, Gorillas: Living on the Edge

Double Vision: Valérie Belin's Black Eyed Susan

Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2011

French photographer Valerie Belin's latest series Black Eyed Susan turns the lens on a dreamy montage of women who embody the ideal post-war female, interlaid with sharp images of flowers

Food Crisis in North Korea

Monday, Oct. 10, 2011

A rare glimpse of the Hermit Kingdom's fight against malnutrition

Photographs by Damir Sagolj / Reuters

* NOTE: The photos in this gallery were taken on government-led tour for media

Soviet-Era Propaganda

Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2011

Excerpts from a collection of postcards commemorating the Yuri Gagarin's historic journey fifty years ago

Oil Spill Reaches New Zealand Beaches

Monday, Oct. 10, 2011

A Liberian cargo ship's oil leak begins to take its toll on New Zealand's wildlife

Riots in Cairo

Sunday, Oct. 09, 2011

At least 24 are dead as Coptic Christians protest the attack on a church in southern Egypt

Tawakul Karman Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

Friday, Sep. 30, 2011

Yemen's "mother of the revolution" is recognized by the Nobel Committee for her activism in the country during, and before, the Arab Spring

Dispatch from Japan: Photographs by Dominic Nahr

Monday, Apr. 11, 2011

TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr is documenting the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Nahr, represented by Magnum Photos, arrived one day after the 8.9-magnitude quake hit on March 11.

The 2012 World Monuments Fund Watch List

Thursday, Oct. 06, 2011

Every year, the World Monuments Fund presents a list of notable archaeological and architectural sites that are somehow at risk from the outside world. Here are highlights, from ancient capitals to modernist cubes

By Ishaan Tharoor

Land Mines: A Study in Afghan Portraits

Wednesday, Apr. 06, 2011

Remembering Steve Jobs Around the World

Thursday, Oct. 06, 2011

After news of the Apple founder's death, fans pay worldwide tribute at Apple stores and elsewhere

The Evolution of Ryan Gosling: From Child Star to Hollywood Hunk

Thursday, Oct. 06, 2011

The former Mouseketeer has transformed into an Academy Award–nominated silver-screen sex symbol and star of George Clooney's latest picture, Ides of March

When We Was Fab: George Harrison

Tuesday, Oct. 04, 2011

To prepare for Martin Scorsese's nearly 3½-hour-long documentary George Harrison: Living in the Material World, which premiers Oct. 5 on HBO, TIME takes a look at the quiet, peaceful Beatle

Car Bomb Kills Dozens In Somalia

Friday, Sep. 30, 2011

A suicide attack, carried out by Al Qaeda-linked militants in front of the Ministry of Education in Mogadishu, rocks the Somali capital

On Set With Audrey Hepburn

Friday, Sep. 30, 2011

A behind-the-scenes look at the star of Breakfast At Tiffany's fifty years after the release of the actress' most famous film

Philippines Hit by Back-to-Back Typhoons

Sunday, Oct. 02, 2011

Nalgae strikes land, leaving 59 dead

The Attempted Assassination of President Reagan Revisited

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 2011

On March 30, 1981, AP photographer Ron Edmonds took pictures of the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan that would earn him the Pulitzer for Spot News Photography. On the 30th anniversary, he talked to LightBox about the story behind the pictures

Last Meals on Death Row, Texas

Friday, Sep. 30, 2011

Photographer Mat Collishaw recreates the menus requested by men condemned to die; after killer Russell Brewer — executed September 21, 2011 — requested ten items and then ate none of them, the state has moved to discontinue offering last meals.

Russian Dacha Diary

Tuesday, Oct. 04, 2011

At a country house in the former Soviet Union, the simple life is not so simple

61 in '61: Roger Maris' Record-Breaking Season

Friday, Sep. 30, 2011

The Yankees slugger set a new home-run standard on Oct. 1, 1961, 50 years ago, hitting his 61st homer to beat the record held by Babe Ruth

Anwar al-Awlaki in the United States

Monday, Sep. 26, 2011

The late al Qaeda operative and anti-American cleric served as an imam at several religious centers across America

Photographs of Mercury

Thursday, Jun. 16, 2011

NASA's MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging mission (MESSENGER) delivers striking images of the surface of the planet closest to the sun

Disney World Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary

Thursday, Sep. 29, 2011

A look back at the memories and magic of Walt Disney's second resort, which opened on Oct. 1, 1971

Photos: James Nachtwey in Japan

Tuesday, Mar. 22, 2011

Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Makes Its Maiden Flight

Wednesday, Sep. 28, 2011

The long awaited delivery of the new aircraft is celebrated in the US and Japan

Rosh Hashana In Uman, Ukraine

Monday, Sep. 26, 2011

Hasidic Jews from the Breslover sect flock to the city where their founder is buried to celebrate the new year

Diving the Antarctic

Tuesday, Sep. 27, 2011

Norbert Wu photographs the life above and below the surface of the Antarctic continent

On the Ground in Tripoli

Monday, Mar. 21, 2011

Despite massive airstrikes by the U.S. and its military allies, TIME contract photographer Christopher Morris remains in Tripoli, documenting the ongoing conflict and its aftermath

India Floods Displace 2 Million

Monday, Sep. 26, 2011

Rising waters from heavy monsoon rains have killed scores and caused massive devastation

Wangari Maathai, African Environmentalist and Nobel Laureate

Monday, Sep. 26, 2011

The first woman from Africa to win a Nobel Peace Prize dies at 71, leaving a legacy of environmental conservation and political progress in Kenya

Pope Benedict XVI in Germany

Friday, Sep. 23, 2011

The Supreme Pontiff journeys to his homeland on his first official state visit

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