Top 10 U.N. General Assembly Moments

Tuesday, Sep. 23, 2008 takes a look back at the 10 most memorable moments in the General Assembly's history — from Iranian President Ahmadinejad's declaration that the U.S. is on the brink of collapse to Nikita Khrushchev's shoe-banging tantrum

50 Authentic American Experiences 2008

Monday, Sep. 22, 2008

Here you'll find 50 picks — one for each state — of unique places, activities and events that you might not have considered the last time you traveled

Top 10 Campaign Ads

Monday, Sep. 22, 2008

From attack ads to feel-good jingles, TIME takes a look at the best campaign commercials

Worst Embassy Attacks

Friday, Sep. 19, 2008

On Sept. 17, militants launched the worst attack on a U.S. embassy in a decade. It's not the first time an embassy has been used to send a message to (or blackmail) a representative country and sadly, it probably won't be the last.

Top 10 Tom Cruise Roles

Thursday, Sep. 18, 2008

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary DVD release of Risky Business, TIME looks back at a quarter century of Tom Cruise performances

Top 10 Campaign Songs

Thursday, Sep. 18, 2008

Whether it's Stevie Wonder or Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too — You can't run for President without some catchy theme music

10 Greatest Speeches in History

Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2008

As the political season heats up, TIME takes a tour of history's best rhetoric

The Winners and Losers of the Wall Street Mess

Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2008

Wall Street's woes may have started with the mortgage problems, but the knock-on effects keep on coming. The crisis claimed Lehman Bros., on Sept. 15 sending financial markets into a tailspin. Here's a look at the big players in the action

Top 10 Bankruptcies: The Harder They Fall

Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2008

Lehman Brothers' Sept. 15 bankruptcy filing is the largest in U.S. history. Since the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978, companies ranging from public utilities to airlines to brokerage banks have filed for protection under the bankruptcy code

Top 10 Dubious SNL Hosts

Monday, Sep. 15, 2008

They can't act or sing — but can they take a joke? What happens when Saturday Night Live's guest stars go bad

Guide to an Entertaining Fall

Monday, Sep. 08, 2008

From fiction to film, television to theater, TIME's critics offer 47 things to see, hear and do in the arts this autumn

Romance from Toronto

Tuesday, Sep. 09, 2008

Here's a look at six romantic movies from the Toronto Film Festival

Postcards from the Venice Film Festival

Wednesday, Sep. 03, 2008

TIME film critic Richard Corliss searches for masterpieces in the Adriatic sun

Women In Luxury

Thursday, Sep. 04, 2008

The Women who are reinventing the business of style

Class Is in Session

Monday, Sep. 08, 2008

From computers to textbooks to hidden fees, TIME explores how students are paying — and paying, and paying — for college

Grading the GOP Speeches

Friday, Sep. 05, 2008

John McCain followed some underwhelming warm up acts to deliver a solid, but not spectacular, speech to close the RNC

10 Things to Know About Sarah Palin

Friday, Aug. 29, 2008

Until Friday she was a little-known governor. Now she's McCain's running mate. An instant guide to the candidate

Grading the Dems' Final Speeches

Thursday, Aug. 28, 2008

Barack Obama proved again that he can deliver a breathtaking speech at an absolutely pivotal moment, says Mark Halperin

The Songs of Summer 2008

Monday, Aug. 25, 2008

In 2007, it was Rihanna's Umbrella that stayed hot all summer long. So what song ruled this season? Music critic Josh Tyrangiel counts down the top 10 tracks

5 Democrats to Watch

Monday, Aug. 25, 2008

You may not know all these up-and-coming Democrats yet. You soon will

Joe Biden's 6 Defining Moments

Saturday, Aug. 23, 2008

From 26 years in the Senate to two failed Presidential campaigns, the experiences that forged Obama's Veep nominee

Worst Vice Presidents in U.S. History

Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008

After Barack Obama makes his choice, the nation now waits for John McCain to announce his running mate. TIME looks back at the worst ever to occupy the nation's second highest office

Georgia-Russia Crisis

Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008

Tired of being treated like a second-rate power, Moscow is out to prove it is still boss. How did the situation get to this point?

Exploring Chinese Luxury

Monday, Aug. 11, 2008

For Blanc de Chine, history provides a wealth of inspiration, jewelry designer Michelle Ong talks about her jewelry line Carnet, and how your mother can get you the best tour of Beijing

The Other Olympic Sports

Friday, Aug. 01, 2008

Sprinters, swimmers and leotard-clad tumblers may drive ratings in the U.S., but here are five lesser-known Olympic disciplines that draw rabid fans globally

Edwards' Affair: Tabloids Strike Again

Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2008

The National Enquirer's scoop is just the latest in a string of stories broken by the tabloids before the mainstream press

25 Gotta-Have Travel Gadgets

Friday, Aug. 01, 2008

Why should you have to sacrifice your digital lifestyle just because you are on the go? Here are 25 great gadgets you should never leave home without

A Brief History of Indicted Senators

Thursday, Jul. 31, 2008

Congressman Ted Stevens of Alaska became the 11th Senator in U.S. history to be indicted on criminal charges. TIME looks back at the previously accused and their crimes

100 Olympic Athletes to Watch

Thursday, Jul. 24, 2008

TIME takes you on a world tour to introduce you to the most compelling athletes you'll be seeing in the Beijing Games

9 Kid Foods to Avoid

Monday, Jul. 21, 2008

Here's a sample of packaged foods parents may be better off avoiding, plus our next-best suggestions for what to buy instead

The Best iPhone Applications

Friday, Jul. 18, 2008

The new apps are in the stores. Many are useless; others are buggy. Here are some that make the whole thing worthwhile

The 12 Tastiest New Foods

Monday, Jul. 14, 2008

At the 54th Annual Fancy Food show in New York City, TIME scoured the immense exhibition space and found the 12 most notable gustatory innovations

A Brief History of Microphone Gaffes

Thursday, Jul. 10, 2008

The Reverend Jesse Jackson might be the latest public figure to forget about his mic, but he's certainly not the first. Here, TIME presents the top 10 most memorable microphone gaffes

Best (and Worst) Sports Executives

Friday, Jul. 11, 2008

From the NBA to the Olympics, lists the most notable — for good and ill — owners, commissioners and movers and shakers in sports

Fancy Names, Affordable Feasts

Wednesday, Jul. 09, 2008

Gourmet recipes don't always have to be expensive. Joel Stein looks into recipes and the chefs who give the ins and outs of make-'em-yourself extravaganzas

The G-8 Summit 2008

Thursday, Jul. 03, 2008

China wants clean technology; Japan, an old rival, has it to sell. Why necessity is trumping animosity in the global-warming fight

10 Things to Like About $4 Gas

Wednesday, Jul. 02, 2008

Pricey gas brings economic pain. But beyond the agony at the pump, life is getting a little better in ways we may not notice

15 Senate and House Races to Watch

Tuesday, Jun. 17, 2008

The presidential race has received most of the headlines. But this fall will also see a crucial battle for Congress. Here are 15 contests that could make the difference

2008 Summer Journey: Games People Play

Friday, Jun. 20, 2008

Sports and games are hurdling borders as never before, in the process breeding fresh champions, creating new wealth, and changing forever the lives of individuals and the destiny of nations

The 50 Best Websites of 2008

Sunday, Jun. 15, 2008

Some are useful, others enjoyable time wasters. All together they're's picks for the best the Web has to offer

Playing the Veepstakes

Tuesday, Jun. 10, 2008

As John McCain and Barack Obama focus on choosing a running mate, TIME looks at some of each party's top contenders and dark horses


Wednesday, Jun. 18, 2008

TIME takes a look at the UEFA Euro 2008 Championships taking place in Austria and Switzerland

Life After the Throne

Friday, Jun. 06, 2008

As the roster of the world's monarchs dwindles, here's a look at where some former royals are spending their time

What to See, Read, Hear and Do This Summer

Sunday, May. 18, 2008

From the newest tunes (Coldplay and Missy Elliott) to the latest art exhibits (Moore in America), the freshest TV shows (Swingtown) to the hottest movies (The Dark Knight), a survey of the artistic offerings to come in the summer of '08

Ian Fleming's Centenary

Wednesday, May. 28, 2008 celebrates the centenary of Ian Fleming with features on the British writer and his most famous creation, James Bond

American Idol: Battle of the Davids

Wednesday, May. 21, 2008

One gave the crowd what it wanted. The other looked like he was throwing the contest. James Poniewozik on the final duel

The Divided World of the Middle East

Thursday, May. 15, 2008

While Lebanon is inflamed once more by old hatreds, elsewhere in the Middle East a new Arab world is emerging, with powerhouses like Qatar and Dubai leading the way

American Idol: Top Three Tuesday

Wednesday, May. 14, 2008

The last three contestants get three tunes each to show their stuff as the contest heats up

Israel 60 Years From Now

Thursday, May. 08, 2008

On the 60th anniversary of its founding, TIME asks 12 thinkers and statesmen to speculate on what 60 more years will bring

The 2008 TIME 100

Wednesday, Apr. 30, 2008

Our fifth annual list of the world's most influential people: leaders, thinkers, heroes, artists, scientists and more

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