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

Who's in the News Now

Friday, Jun. 29, 2007

TIME brings you the latest this week in celebrity deals, scandals, gaffes and spats

Photos: The Evolution of Barry Bonds

Wednesday, Jul. 25, 2007

TIME looks at the all-star ballplayer's development since his rookie year in 1986

The YouTube Debate — It'll Be Weird

Friday, Jul. 20, 2007

Monday night's Democratic debate will be the first in which all the questions have been submitted by YouTube users. Here's a selection of 10 you probably won't see

What Writers Are Reading

Thursday, Jul. 12, 2007

16 of your favorite authors confess what they're indulging in this summer, from cookbooks to mysteries and everything in between

Sixteen Years of Israeli-Palestinian Summits

Wednesday, Jul. 18, 2007

The Oslo peace process has come and gone, but the two-state solution remains elusive

50 Best Websites 2007

Sunday, Jul. 08, 2007

Our annual picks for the best of what's new and exciting on the Web today, from news to social networking

Who's the Top Sports Mastermind?

Tuesday, Jul. 10, 2007

This All-Star break, we profile 50 of the world's most prominent sports execs and throw open the polls for fans to rank them from top to bottom

Bruce Gordon's Split with the NAACP

Monday, Jul. 09, 2007's homepage producer Madison Gray spoke with the former chief of the civil rights group about why he decided to leave after only 19 months at the helm

Machines on the Big Screen

Tuesday, Jul. 03, 2007

The Transformers are the latest in a long tradition of smart machines on the silverscreen. TIME looks back at 10 historic robot films

The Lessons of J.F.K.

Tuesday, Jul. 03, 2007

TIME looks at this prudent warrior and timeless icon to show today's leaders how to navigate a dangerous world, what candidates should say about faith and why civil rights can't be compromised

Harry Potter and the Sinister Spoilers

Thursday, Jun. 28, 2007

An inside look at the elaborate secrecy campaign around the biggest book of all time

The 12 Most Influential Gizmos and Gadgets

Friday, Jun. 29, 2007

Apple's iPhone is already among them. What are the other pieces of tech wizardry that have changed the way we live today?

Democratic Debate Report Card

Friday, Jun. 29, 2007

Obama and Clinton scored big at a forum focused on America's minority communities. But the most memorable -- and odd -- performance of the night went to Joe Biden

Down (and Dirty) at Glastonbury

Saturday, Jun. 23, 2007 surveys the scene at this past weekend's typically soggy British music festival, from the Killers and Arctic Monkeys to Arcade Fire and The Who

20 Ways to Get and Stay Happy

Wednesday, Jun. 13, 2007

As experts gather for the International Conference on Happiness, TIME looks at proven ways to find more joy in life

TIME's Summer Journey: We Are What We Eat

Friday, Jun. 15, 2007

From seaweed to chicken and chili, our food -- how we find it, cook it and eat it -- tells the story of the modern world

A History of Heartbreaks

Friday, Jun. 08, 2007

A chronology of letdowns and bogeys in U.S. Open history

Gallery of the Exonerated

Friday, Jun. 01, 2007

Ten stories of men who languished in prison for crimes they didn't commit, until the Innocence Project and DNA technology helped win their freedom

Who'll Win the Tonys?

Thursday, Jun. 07, 2007

TIME's Richard Zoglin gives his appraisal of all the nominees for the four top awards and gauges their chances on this Sunday's awards show as Broadway honors its best

Republican Debate Report Card

Wednesday, Jun. 06, 2007

In perhaps their last scrimmage without Fred Thompson, Mark Halperin says Rudy, Romney and McCain had their way with the crowded field

Hong Kong, China: 1997-2007

Thursday, Jun. 07, 2007

Ten years since the handover, Hong Kong sparkles. Can it find still greater success in a changing China?"

Ranking the Candidates on MySpace

Wednesday, May. 30, 2007

TIME's Joel Stein ranked the 2008 presidential candidates' MySpace pages from lamest to coolest. In less than a year, you can tell people that the leader of the free world thanked you for the add

20 Reasons to Love the E.U.

Monday, Mar. 26, 2007

On the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, TIME spotlights 20 perks from a United Europe, including the French countryside, budget airlines and, of course, peace

Will Al Gore Run?

Wednesday, May. 30, 2007

In his first ever Podcast, the former Vice President talks with TIME's Eric Pooley about his new book, and why he's been so careful not to rule out a Presidential bid

The TIME 100—Who is Worthy?

Friday, Apr. 20, 2007

Every year, TIME magazine picks the 100 most influential people in the world. Now it's your turn to rank the importance of everyone from Angelina to Zeng Jinyan. Vote early, vote often.

Top 25 Greatest Movie Villains

Friday, Apr. 27, 2007

TIME film critic Richard Corliss picks his 25 favorite bad guys and gals, from sadists and cyborgs to nasty Nazis, mama's boys and of course Hannibal Lecter

The May 15 Republican Debate

Thursday, May. 17, 2007

The long shots threw some jabs and the favorites played defense. Mark Halperin rates each of the performances

50 Things to See, Hear, Read and Do This Summer

Friday, May. 18, 2007

From the blockbusters you know about to the art exhibitions you should know about, the pop culture events to look for

When Spelling Bee Champs Grow Up

Tuesday, May. 29, 2007

As the 80th National Spelling Bee champion is crowned, here's a look at where some of the past winners are today

The Best of Asia

Thursday, Apr. 26, 2007

TIME's annual look at the region's most remarkable places and experiences brings you the best of Asia for the mind, body and soul

The 10 Most Notorious Presidential Pardons

Wednesday, Mar. 07, 2007

As many wonder if Bush will pardon Lewis Libby, TIME takes a look back at notorious Presidential pardons in American history

The Top 25 Crimes of the Century

Thursday, Mar. 01, 2007

When Charles Lindbergh's baby was kidnapped 75 years ago, it was dubbed the "crime of the century." A look back at the 25 most notorious crimes that have also vied for that title

51 Ways to Save the Environment

Monday, Apr. 02, 2007

Can one person save the environment? Actually, yes. Here are 51 ways you can help build a greener planet

The Style & Design 100

Friday, Apr. 13, 2007

Good design is everywhere these days. Great design is more elusive. Take a look at the standouts

In Jackie Robinson's Footsteps

Friday, Apr. 13, 2007

Eight African American baseball stars who followed him talk about their struggles against the color barrier

The June 3 Democratic Debate

Monday, Jun. 04, 2007

As Mark Halperin scored it from New Hampshire, Hillary won the bout, while Edwards and Biden landed jabs

Five Paths to Understanding the Brain

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007

Multimedia: From gruesome ancient rituals to modern pharmacology, mankind had been trying to discover what's really going on inside our heads. A short history

The 10 Best Sopranos Ever

Thursday, Apr. 05, 2007

As the acclaimed series approaches its conclusion, TIME's television critic James Poniewozik picks his top ten episodes

Oscar's Faves: The Genre Test

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007

Historically, historical epics and war films have had a better shot at winning than comedies and crime dramas. Our interactive graphic gives a complete genre breakdown of all the winners

What's Next: A Look Ahead at 2007

Monday, Mar. 12, 2007

No one can see the future. But there's no harm in some enlightened guessing. TIME presents a thinking person's guide to the year to come

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