The Best Travel Gadgets of 2009

Monday, Nov. 02, 2009

Next time you hit the road, stay connected, be mobile and look drop-dead cool with 25 of the world's best tech gadgets

Six Tax Tips for the End of the Year

Monday, Nov. 02, 2009

As 2009 winds down, a few smart tax-saving tactics can help make the year a winner for your personal finances

Top 10 Cameron Crowe Moments

Tuesday, Nov. 03, 2009

As Crowe's directorial debut Say Anything gets a well-earned 20th anniversary re-release, TIME turns back the clock and assesses Crowe's finest moments from his back catalogue

Top 10 Game-Show Moments

Sunday, Nov. 01, 2009

It's been exactly 50 years since contestant Charles Van Doren admitted that his victory on the game show Twenty-One was rigged, but the industry remains as popular as ever

Planning for Retirement At Any Age

Monday, Oct. 26, 2009

The market crashed — then recovered. Feeling safer? Here's a strategy for retirement planning in a new, uncertain age — and for every age group

TIME: 50 Years In the South Pacific

Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009

In 1959, TIME magazine published its first edition for Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. We look back at the politicians and pop idols, activists and athletes who shaped the region of the past five decades

Who's Who on the CIA Payroll

Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009

Allegations that Afghan President Karzai's brother worked for the CIA are a reminder of a long list of distinguished and not-so-distinguished assets

Top 10 Concert Movies

Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009

With Michael Jackson's This Is It hitting theaters, TIME takes a look at some of the greatest concert films ever

Voices from the Grave: Top 10 Posthumous Albums

Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2009

To mark the release of Michael Jackson's highly anticipated This Is It, TIME looks back at the albums that brought fame and fortune to singers after they were gone

The Sugary Brands Doing the Most Kid-Chasing

Friday, Oct. 23, 2009

For the first time, obesity researchers have data showing that the least healthy cereals are the ones marketed most aggressively to kids. Here's the skinny on the 10 most frequently marketed cereals to children on television

Top 10 Unlikely Celebrity Albums

Friday, Oct. 23, 2009

Bob Dylan's 47th album, Christmas in the Heart, was released on Oct. 13 — to much bafflement. In honor of the music legend's sudden foray into holiday cheer, TIME examines other celebrities' bizarre musical experiments.

Top 10 Shocking Hoaxes

Tuesday, Mar. 16, 2010

Georgians were in for the shock of their lives on March 13 when the pro-government Imedi station reported Russian tanks were invading again. In honor of this bizarre news hoax, TIME takes look at more of history's most outrageous deceptions

Top 10 Celeb-Inspired Halloween Costumes

Monday, Oct. 19, 2009

In the fame game, you're nobody till somebody makes a Halloween costume in your image. TIME takes a look at some of 2009's best straight-from-the headlines outfits

What Women Want Now

Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009

A quiet revolution has changed the status of American women; so what's new now? Plus: a TIME opinion poll on gender

Where Will the Next Five Big Earthquakes Be?

Friday, Oct. 16, 2009

Quakes can't be predicted with the same accuracy as the weather, but a look at global fault lines and the geologic record suggests some places are due for a rumble

Top 10 Internet Blunders

Friday, Oct. 16, 2009

In light of Sir Tim Berners-Lee's admission this month that he should have designed World Wide Web http addresses without the double forward slashes, TIME looks back at some other memorable screw-ups involving the Internet

Enviro-Sex: The Anti-Petroleum Jelly Market

Friday, Oct. 16, 2009

Look out, petroleum jelly! Getting it on is getting greener

Top 10 Crazy Celebrity Collectibles

Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009

Two bizarre pop culture artifacts are up for auction this weekend: hair belonging to both Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. TIME surveys the out-there celeb keepsakes only die-hard fans could love

Top 10 Obama Backlash Moments

Friday, Oct. 09, 2009

That Barack Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize came as a shock to most people, especially his critics. As pundits analyze the award's aftermath, TIME looks back at the most memorable moments of Obama overkill

Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About The Moon

Friday, Oct. 09, 2009

NASA has sent two probes on a collision course with the moon in hopes that the impact will reveal signs of water. That's right: water on the moon. A look at some more little-known facts about that pie in the sky

Heroes of the Environment 2009

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2009

From saving wild mountain rivers in China to measuring the Arctic's icy expanse, from protecting the lush forests of Africa to conducting a feisty online debate, our green heroes are informed by this simple notion: We can all make a difference

Top 10 Twilight Zone Episodes

Monday, Oct. 05, 2009

The reliably weird The Twilight Zone kicked off its first TV run 50 years ago this month. A look at some of the best episodes

Top 10 Dubious Toys

Friday, Oct. 02, 2009

The American Girl Company has caused an uproar with the release of its limited edition Gwen doll who's cute and cuddly and also happens to be homeless. TIME takes a look at some of the other toys that have made jaws drop

What You Need to Know About the H1N1 Vaccine

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2009

As the CDC prepares to launch its vaccine program, here's a primer

The Committee To Save Detroit

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2009

They're not really a committee — some of these people can get fairly crosswise with one another — but if Detroit is going to turn itself around, it'll happen because of the efforts of these locals and many others like them

How Detroit Lost Its Way

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2009

A look back at what brought this iconic American city to its knees

Top 10 Newscaster Bloopers

Friday, Sep. 18, 2009

On Sept. 16, Fox broadcaster Ernie Anastos joked around with weatherman Nick Gregory on live television and accidentally told him to go (bleep) a chicken. In honor of Arnastos' verbal mishap, TIME takes a look at previous newscaster slip-ups and meltdowns

How Not to Get H1N1 Flu

Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2009

With flu season beginning early this year, here's how you can navigate the fall and winter ahead

Top 10 TV Dads

Friday, Sep. 18, 2009

To mark the 25th anniversary of The Cosby Show, TIME picks the 10 most memorable fathers in TV history

Recent Stadium Designs That Scored

Thursday, Sep. 17, 2009

The new Cowboys Stadium joins an impressive roster of recent innovative stadium designs worldwide. Here are the five best

Top 10 Airport Books

Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2009

Dan Brown, whose latest novel The Lost Symbol hits stores Sept. 15, is the undisputed king of airplane books. But who else makes the list? Hudson Booksellers shared a list of their top 10 bestsellers over the past five years

The Financial Crisis After One Year: Where Are They Now?

Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2009

The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers one year ago marks the beginning of a wild, hair-raising year for investors and regulators. Here's a look at how the biggest players are faring.

Top 10 Outrageous Kanye West Moments

Monday, Sep. 14, 2009

Interrupting country star Taylor Swift's acceptance speech for Best Female Video at the MTV Video Music Awards was just what you might have expected from Kanye West. TIME looks back at the famously cocky rapper's most out-there stunts

Responsibility Pioneers: 25 World-Changing Companies and Consumers

Wednesday, Sep. 09, 2009

How companies big and small, old and new — and consumers too — are changing the world

Out of Work in America: The Faces of Unemployment

Thursday, Sep. 10, 2009

Coping with bills due, dreams deferred and the need to plot a new life, read how some Americans are facing the prospect of long-term unemployment

Top 10 Things to Watch this NFL Season

Thursday, Sep. 10, 2009

Which quarterback will come out on top? Is the end in sight for the salary cap? And will Terrell Owens keep smiling all season long? TIME tells you what to watch for this year in the NFL

Style & Design: Women in Fashion

Wednesday, Sep. 09, 2009

Twelve innovative entrepreneurs who are keeping their industry rigorous and relevant in changing times

TIME's Fall Entertainment Preview

Sunday, Sep. 06, 2009

TIME's arts critics round up the autumn's most anticipated movies, books, TV shows, albums and exhibits

Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About the Beatles

Wednesday, Sep. 09, 2009

In honor of the long-awaited The Beatles: Rock Band release and the band's digitally remastered studio albums, TIME explores some of the lesser-known facts about the Fab Four

Top 10 Inept Terrorist Plots

Tuesday, Sep. 08, 2009

A group of Miami men who plotted to blow up the Sears Tower face federal sentencing on Sept. 7, despite an admission from federal authorities that the men were so incompetent that the plan had little chance of ever reaching fruition

Top 10 Colorful First Spouses

Monday, Sep. 07, 2009

Miyuki Hatoyama, the wife of Japan's new leader, claims to have been to Venus and knew Tom Cruise in a previous life. Here's a look at some other world leaders' colorful companions

Top 10 Public-Service Announcements

Friday, Sep. 04, 2009

A recent Welsh ad warning against texting and driving is a viral sensation, but it's got nothing on Smokey Bear and singing pills

Top 10 Celebrity Grave Sites

Thursday, Sep. 03, 2009

As Michael Jackson is laid to rest in Los Angeles, TIME takes a look at some of the most famous celebrity memorials from around the world

Turning Point for the Global Recession?

Thursday, Sep. 03, 2009

The recession is easing, but how are the hardest-hit doing? A look at the Baltics, Ireland and Singapore

Top 10 Back-to-School iPhone Applications

Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2009

Back-to-school doesn't have to mean a return to the low-tech world of notebooks, textbooks and ballpoint pens. Here are our top 10 picks for iPhone applications to make life in the classroom quicker and easier.

America's Health Checkup: A Shot at Cancer

Thursday, Sep. 03, 2009

We get vaccinated against all manner of diseases — except the one we fear most. But that may be changing

Tools for Account Management After Death

Thursday, Sep. 03, 2009

What happens to your online accounts after you die?

Top 10 Oddest Marvel Characters

Tuesday, Sep. 01, 2009

Sure, Disney's acquisition of Marvel gives it rights to a stable of bankable superheroes. But it also inherits thousands of lesser-known heroes and villains from the Marvel universe. Here's 10 of the oddest

Appreciation: Ted Kennedy 1932-2009

Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009

Complete coverage of Senator Ted Kennedy's life and career including photos, articles and TIME magazine covers

10 Lessons from the Summer Box Office

Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2009

Forget the stars, hire Transformers, and don't forget the women — here are the ten things every movie mogul should keep in mind when it comes to the summer of 2010.

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