Paris: Back to Black

Saturday, Mar. 01, 2008

This season it seems that few are willing to take the kinds of fashion risks that seemed so easy just six months ago. The shock of chic will have to suffice

Judging American Idol's Women

Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008

Amid a scattering of rockers and divas, few of the female singers made a big impression during '70s week

Political Stars Rate Oscar Dresses

Monday, Feb. 25, 2008

Forget Joan Rivers. TIME's Joe Klein and Mark Halperin dish out their first ever red carpet fashion reviews

Fun and Games at the Toy Fair

Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008

From a pet's-eye-view camera to an interactive Elmo, here's a look at the hottest games, dolls and gadgets from the annual American International Toy Fair

Grading the Dems' Texas Debate

Friday, Feb. 22, 2008

Overall Clinton did better than Obama. But, says Mark Halperin, his lead made it imperative that she have a game-changing performance, and she failed in that respect

Who's Holding the Handbag?

Friday, Feb. 22, 2008

You thought the Boomers were conspicuous consumers? Watch out — here come The Millennials

Judging American Idol

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008

It's time for the season 7 finalists to perform for real. TIME's music critic Josh Tyrangiel evaluates the female hopefuls

A Second Take on the Oscars

Monday, Feb. 18, 2008

Ten years after Titanic took the big award, Richard Corliss looks back at the '98 Oscars and picks what should have won

A Voter's Guide to Education

Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008

A guide to where each candidate stands on the education policies that will have the biggest impact in the classroom

Desert Dreams

Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008

Abu Dhabi is investing billions in oil and gas profits to turn itself into the world's leader in renewable energy. Read about the country's vision as well as China's soaring electricity bill and how nuclear power is making a comeback

Best and Worst of the Grammys

Monday, Feb. 11, 2008

The 50th Grammy Awards opened with a dead guy and gave a 67-year-old the big prize. Amy Winehouse and Tina Turner ruled, while the Beatles and Pavarotti got painful tributes

The 25 Most Important Films on Race

Thursday, Feb. 07, 2008

In honor of Black History Month, TIME critic Richard Corliss reflects on 25 defining works over nearly a century of cinema that broke down the walls of intolerance on the big screen

TIME's Super Bowl Ad Report Card 2008

Monday, Feb. 04, 2008

From Bud Light to all the "funny" foreigners, James Poniewozik reviews every ad on the industry's biggest day

Voter's Guide To the Issues

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008

The real fight is just around the corner in the general election. And the competing Democratic and Republican approaches to the key issues are like oil and water. Or Oprah and Chuck Norris.

Jan. 30 GOP Debate: McCain Keeps Momentum

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008

As a testament to his suddenly strong position in the battle for the GOP nomination, says Mark Halperin, the Senator showed off all of his worst traits -- and still easily beat back Mitt Romney's desperate efforts to knock him off his perch

The World Economic Forum

Friday, Jan. 25, 2008

A round up of pieces focusing on the annual World Economic Forum which takes place in Davos, Switzerland

Judging American Idol's Men

Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2008

Season 7 begins in earnest with 12 male finalists that run the gamut from "forgettable" to "karaoke." Still, at least one early favorite has emerged

The Jan. 24 GOP Debate

Friday, Jan. 25, 2008

Mitt has a moment -- just when he needed one. But for the rest of the field, it was a snooze-fest of missed opportunities

Dems Debate: Hand-to-Hand Combat

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008

Analysis: Any dreams of a Clinton-Obama ticket were probably ended after their testiest encounter yet. Mark Halperin gives Obama the edge

Asian Acts to Watch in 2008

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2008

The region's music is fresher than ever. If you haven't checked out these artists yet, you'll be doing so soon

All the Rage in Detroit

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008

Green was the favorite color of the North American International Auto Show. Hence lithium batteries and biofuel engines. But don't forget the cars...

Weighing the Diet Books of 2008

Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

A flood of new titles are hitting bookstore shelves, from low-carb to vegan, from anti-caffeine to tea-around-the-clock. TIME's Andrea Sachs gives the verdict on 10 of them

The Republicans Go At Each Other

Friday, Jan. 11, 2008

John McCain acted the confident frontrunner, Mike Huckabee was the regular guy, and Fred Thompson played attack dog. Mark Halperin scores the South Carolina debate

Dozen Most Important Cars of All Time

Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008

As India announces its new Nano, at $2500 the cheapest car in the world, here's a look back at history's groundbreaking cars

The Eight Keys to New Hampshire

Tuesday, Jan. 08, 2008

Fire Marshals, global warming, nostalgia — just a few of the factors that will help determine the nation's first primary

10 Keys to Caucus Victory

Wednesday, Jan. 02, 2008

With both the Republican and Democratic races in Iowa too close to call, the winner could turn on such small but crucial factors as snowflakes and babysitters

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.

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

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 Best and Worst Super Bowl Ads

Wednesday, Feb. 07, 2007

TIME's James Poniewozik looks at the real reason we all watch the Super Bowl, rating each ad spot from the big game

The Best of Fred Thompson on the Big Screen

Thursday, May. 24, 2007

The Watergate lawyer, Tennessee senator and 2008 Republican presidential hopeful has built an impressive resume of gruff yet avuncular supporting roles on TV and film

Innovators: Vacation Visionaries

Thursday, May. 03, 2007

Luxury, philanthropy and the $70 Greek cruise are only part of the inventive new world of travel

Who Won the G.O.P. Debate?

Friday, May. 04, 2007

Mark Halperin gives Mitt Romney the highest marks on a night that produced no gaffes, but also created no major shifts in the Presidential pecking order

The 2007 TIME 100

Friday, May. 04, 2007

Here's our list of the 100 men and women whose power, talent or moral example is transforming the world

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