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, TIME.com 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 TIME.com'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

TIME.com 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


Monday, Apr. 07, 2008

French luggage maker Goyard caters to a faithful clientele, philanthropic parents are encouraging their children to follow their example, and it costs more than a house, roars like a jet engine and drives faster than anything on the road today

The Moon Race

Tuesday, May. 06, 2008

The destination may not have changed since Apollo 11, but space-racing technology certainly has

Judging American Idol: Hall of Fame

Wednesday, May. 07, 2008

One of the remaining four contestants flubs their lyrics during an evening of songs from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Nine Ways to Save Money on Gas

Monday, May. 05, 2008

You probably already know being thrifty with the air-conditioning and getting a tuneup before a road trip improves your mileage. Here are other smart ways to scrimp

Global Adviser

Tuesday, May. 27, 2008

TIME explores the most exotic, beautiful and interesting getaways

American Idol: Neil Diamond Week

Wednesday, Apr. 30, 2008

Paula Abdul gets confused after Idol changes the format and makes the judges give their verdict at the end of each round

The Cults That Went Wacko

Saturday, Apr. 19, 2008

On the 15th anniversary of the Branch Davidian conflagration in Waco, Texas, a look back at the murderous and suicidal groups that stunned the world

The Best of Asia 2008

Friday, Apr. 25, 2008

Our annual guide to the finest in Asia. And other delights for Mind, Body and Soul

Judging American Idol: It's Cats Week!

Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2008

The six finalists take on Andrew Lloyd Webber, and James Poniewozik tries to pick which one will be Superstar

How to Win the Global-Warming War

Thursday, Apr. 17, 2008

So far the U.S. has largely sat out the war against climate change — but that can change. We have a plan

Debate Scorecard: Obama's Surly Night

Thursday, Apr. 17, 2008

He seemed fed up with Clinton's fight during their faceoff in Pennsylvania, but she did nothing to dislodge him from his frontrunner status

Judging American Idol: 7 To Go

Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2008

It's Mariah Carey week. With advice from the diva songstress herself, do the contestants manage to impress the judges?

Top 10 Masters Meltdowns

Wednesday, Apr. 09, 2008

Tiger Woods is favored to win this year's Green Jacket. But will someone join the list of all-time great collapses?

Judging American Idol: 8 To Go

Wednesday, Apr. 09, 2008

Tonight's theme brings a selection of "inspirational" songs—but what exactly does that mean to the contestants?

Best Blogs 2008

Friday, Apr. 04, 2008

From millions of blogs about nothing, we've selected the 25 best about something—from politics to sports to sex. And, yes, we've got a few about nothing, too

Martin Luther King: The Last Memories

Thursday, Apr. 03, 2008

On the 40th anniversary of his assassination, TIME talks with the four surviving aides who were with him that fateful day

The TIME 100 Poll: Who Is Worthy?

Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2008

Vote for the leaders, artists, entrepreneurs and thinkers who you feel should be on our list of the world's most influential

Judging American Idol: 9 To Go

Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2008

Idol contestants duke it out singing Dolly Parton's hits. Which of the remaining nine put a convincing spin on the country diva's famous tunes?

The 2008 Design 100

Thursday, Apr. 03, 2008

Great design is no longer reserved solely for museum-worthy products, as designers turn their attention to everything from books to artisanal food, from lighting to transportation

Judging American Idol: 10 To Go

Wednesday, Apr. 02, 2008

Contestants sing songs that were hits the year they were born. It's another night in the 1980s, with a '70s and a '90s baby thrown in the mix. Will the group's third stab at the decade be the charm?

Top 10 NCAA First-Round Upsets

Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008

As March Madness begins, we rank the most memorable games in which top-ranked teams were knocked off early

Judging American Idol: 11 To Go

Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008

This evening brings back more selections from the Beatles. With a second chance, do the contestants make better song choices this week?

10 Ideas Changing the World in 2008

Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2008

More than money, more than politics, ideas are the secret power that this planet runs on. Here are a few you need to know about

Judging American Idol: The Top 12

Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2008

The competition is on with the opening of the Lennon/McCartney songbook. Which contestant takes the risks with these classic songs?

The Best (and Worst) TIME Covers

Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2008

On the magazine's 85th anniversary, here's a look back at the most memorable, and not so memorable, covers. Vote for your favorites

Outing a Political Sex Scandal

Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2008

Lurid revelations like those about Eliot Spitzer aren't new. But the ways they are uncovered have become more sophisticated

Judging American Idol: 8 Women Left

Thursday, Mar. 06, 2008

American Idol returns to its primordial decade -- the '80s -- and celebrates with strong female performances

Judging American Idol: 8 Men Left

Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2008

It's 80s night, which means -- yikes -- Wham!, as well as a surprisingly good Lionel Richie cover. So who survives?

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