New York's Best Holiday Shows

Friday, Dec. 28, 2007

Take the family out this weekend: Richard Corliss picks the top three must-see Christmas spectacles in the Big Apple

Person of the Year: Vladimir Putin

Thursday, Dec. 20, 2007

The Russian President is no ordinary politician. He is charmless yet adored by his nation. He took a country in chaos and remade it in his own image: tough, aggrieved, defiant.

The Top 10 Everything of 2007

Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007

From the best movies to the worst business deals, 50 lists that sum up the year -- and start all kinds of arguments

Democrats Debate: Prepping for Finals

Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007

Mark Halperin grades the candidates in their last joint appearance

Grading the Republican Debate

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007

In the last GOP debate before the Iowa caucuses, Huckabee kept his momentum on track and Thompson was better than usual, says Mark Halperin. And Alan Keyes is back!

The Seven Essential Holiday Programs

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007

From Charlie Brown to the "electronic hearth" of the Yule Log, TIME's James Poniewozik takes a look back at yuletides past, and crafts his list of the seven unforgettable holiday TV moments

Grading the GOP YouTube Debate

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007

On a night when few candidates seemed comfortable with the format, Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney sparred while Mike Huckabee held his own, says Mark Halperin

The Year in Medicine From A to Z

Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007

The new stem-cell breakthrough is the scientific bulletin of the year, but 2007 provided a whole alphabet of medical news, as TIME's A-toZ guide shows

Hot Gifts for the Holidays

Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007

From video games to coffee table books, from CDs to DVDs, the best of the season's entertainment gifts

America by the Numbers

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007

In a country this big and diverse, being average still leaves you room to be different

Entrepreneurial Heroes: How We Started

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007

The founders of the online community talk about their business and their marriage. Plus photos and a podcast

The November 15 Democratic Debate

Friday, Nov. 16, 2007

In a debate that happened in Vegas but has major implications for Iowa, Mark Halperin says Clinton rebounded while Joe Biden shined

The Luxury Index 2007

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007

A complete guide to the people, places and products that are now influencing the luxury business and inspiring savvy consumers around the world

Cosa Nostra: The Boss of All Bosses

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007

A succession of legendary capi dei capi have fallen but there is always another Mafioso to take the lead and become a legend on his own

The 10 Best Coen Brothers Moments

Thursday, Nov. 08, 2007

From Blood Simple's private eye to Big Lebowski's bowling alley, Fargo's wood chipper and the ruthless killer of this weekend's No Country For Old Men, a look back at the 10 greatest Coen Brothers moments

Best Inventions of the Year

Thursday, Nov. 01, 2007

From the phone that has changed phones forever, to futuristic cars, to a building made of water, to a remote-controlled dragonfly--a dazzling display of ingenuity

The All-TIME Top 25 Horror Movies

Monday, Oct. 29, 2007

From silent vampires to animated murders, from sharks that won't die to a love story set amid a zombie takeover, more than a century's worth of big-screen scares

The October 30 Democratic Debate

Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007

Obama was supposed to take the gloves off against Hillary, but it was Edwards who landed the most punches, as the front-runner had a bad night. Mark Halperin scores the fight from ringside

Top Ten '08 Senate Races To Watch

Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007

The 2008 election isn't only about the White House. Here's a guide to some critical Senate seats also up for grabs

Green Heroes of 2007

Friday, Oct. 19, 2007

From activists to tycoons, politicians to inventors, these are the remarkable people trying to cool a warming earth

The October 9 Republican Debate

Tuesday, Oct. 09, 2007

Thompson was shaky but adequate in his first debate appearance, but overall it was Giuliani who dominated in Dearborn

The All-TIME 100 Novels

Monday, Oct. 08, 2007

TIME critics Lev Grossman and Richard Lacayo pick the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to the present

The Changing Face of Breast Cancer

Friday, Oct. 05, 2007

Once a disease of the Western world, breast cancer has become a global concern. How women, doctors and communities are fighting back and bringing hope to those in need

A Barrel of Gaffes

Monday, Oct. 01, 2007

When candidates suffer from foot-in-mouth disease, keeps track of the comedy of errors, and lets you rank each one

50 Space-Race Highs and Lows

Friday, Sep. 28, 2007

TIME examines the high and low points of space exploration in the years before and since Yuri Gagarin went into orbit

Bringing Wi-Fi to the Skies

Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007

Up to now it's been mostly all talk, but commercial airlines will soon deliver on their promises to bring web surfing and email to domestic U.S. flights

Paris Fashion

Tuesday, Oct. 09, 2007

Kate Betts gives first hand insight into the latest couture shows from the top designers

Facing Off With the Candidates

Wednesday, Sep. 19, 2007

In a experiment Dan Hill, a recognized authority on facial coding, looks into each candidate's eyes, etc. for clues to their innermost thoughts

Grading the Democratic Debate

Thursday, Sep. 27, 2007

John Edwards and Joe Biden won points for taking the gloves off against Hillary, says Mark Halperin, while Obama played it a little too cool

Candidate Spouses Speak Out

Thursday, Sep. 13, 2007

TIME asks the spouses of the presidential candidates eight questions about their campaigning, significant others and plans for the White House

The 100 Best TV Shows of All TIME

Thursday, Sep. 06, 2007

TV critic James Poniewozik picks the medium's greatest. See who makes the cut, with video clips of each

Toronto International Film Festival 2007

Thursday, Sep. 13, 2007

As the festival season gets into full swing, TIME takes a look at the increasing influence of Toronto

The 50 Worst Cars of All Time

Friday, Sep. 07, 2007

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Ford Edsel, TIME and Dan Neil, automotive critic and syndicated Los Angeles Times columnist, look at the auto industry's greatest lemons

The 10 Most Polluted Places on Earth

Wednesday, Sep. 12, 2007

The Blacksmith Institute, a New York-based environment group, makes its annual pick of the most contaminated cities

Grading MTV's Disastrous VMAs

Monday, Sep. 10, 2007

Britney's comeback wasn't pretty, and that just kicked things off. Music critic Josh Tyrangiel sat through every excruciating moment and grades all the performing acts

The Secret Life of Rivers

Friday, Sep. 07, 2007

From the flood plains of Australia's Top End, through ancient desert watercourses to coastal giants and pristine tributaries, TIME traces the lifelines of a thirsty continent

Winners, Losers in the GOP Debate

Thursday, Sep. 06, 2007

McCain was back in stride, while Romney was off his game, says Mark Halperin of last night's Thompson-free gathering

Style & Design: The Global Luxury Survey

Thursday, Sep. 06, 2007

How the best brands measure up in China, India and Russia

The Case For National Service

Thursday, Aug. 30, 2007

In a changing society facing all manner of new challenges, volunteers are helping bind America together. Why the U.S. and the next President should make a new commitment to national service

Fall Arts Preview: A Guide To What's Hot

Monday, Aug. 27, 2007

TIME critics pick the movies, TV shows, books, art exhibitions and Broadway productions not to be missed

Back to Campus

Monday, Aug. 13, 2007

From changes in study abroad and financial aid programs to safety concerns in the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre, TIME brings you the latest from U.S. colleges

Why Diana Mattered

Friday, Aug. 17, 2007

A decade after her death, Princess Diana still looms large in Britain's psyche

Where Are the Home Run Balls Now?

Wednesday, Aug. 08, 2007

Barry Bonds has his record. Now who gets the ball? A look at where some past record-setting baseballs have landed

Why New Orleans Still Isn't Safe

Friday, Aug. 03, 2007

How years of misguided policies and bureaucratic bungling left New Orleans defenseless against Katrina--and why it may happen again

Style & Design: Visionaries

Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2007

TIME Style & Design looks at the future through the eyes of the most creative icons and thinkers in their fields

Grading the Democratic Debate

Wednesday, Aug. 08, 2007

Before 15,000 union members in Chicago's Soldier Field, the candidates weren't at their best -- no A's this week -- but Clinton didn't wilt and Obama played well before the home crowd

J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter Series

Wednesday, Jul. 18, 2007

TIME book critic Lev Grossman grabs an early copy of The Deathly Hallows and finds it a sad but satisfying wrap-up to J.K. Rowling's seven-novel epic

India's 15 Most Influential

Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2007

As India celebrates 60 years of independence, TIME looks at the people who are shaping the country's next six decades

India Charges Ahead

Thursday, Aug. 02, 2007

It faces challenges the size of an elephant, but the world's largest democracy is living up to the dreams of 1947

Grading the YouTube Debate

Tuesday, Jul. 24, 2007

Mark Halperin scores it a win for Obama, a loss for Richardson and one giant step for user generated content

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