Southern Europe Faces an Immigration Test

Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010

Millions of migrants have arrived in Greece, Italy and Spain over the past decade. To avoid serious social problems, those countries need to do a better job of making them feel welcome

Top 10 Awkward Press Conferences

Friday, Feb. 19, 2010

Tiger Woods finally emerges from seclusion to give a press conference on Feb. 19, following his highly publicized admission to "transgressions" in his marriage. Here's a look at press conferences that put the un in uncomfortable

Top 10 Congressional Tongue-Lashings

Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010

Toyota president Akio Toyoda is next up in the heated congressional hearing over whether the Japanese automaker did enough to ensure customer safety in its race to become the world's top car company

5 Things to Watch at Obama's Health Care Summit

Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010

The much-anticipated bipartisan gathering will be a political show, but it still may impact prospects for health reform. Here are key things to watch as the summit occurs

After One Year, a Stimulus Report Card

Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010

Grading the different programs of the $787 billion bill, signed into law a year ago

Top 10 Most Dangerous Foods

Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010

The American Academy of Pediatrics released a policy statement Feb. 22 recommending the labeling and possible redesign of hot dogs to prevent thousands of choking deaths among children every year. Here's a look at 10 risky foods

Top 10 Super Bowl Moments

Friday, Feb. 04, 2011

In the build up to Sunday's football finale, TIME takes a time out to review the greatest catches, tackles, passes and runs in Super Bowl history. As well as a kick to forget

25 Winter Olympic Athletes to Watch

Friday, Feb. 12, 2010

On Feb. 12, the world's best skiers, boarders and skaters will descend on Vancouver for the Winter Games. A TIME guide to all the fire on ice (and snow)

Top 10 Political Sequels

Tuesday, Feb. 09, 2010

As Viktor Yanukovych prepares to become Ukraine's next President — for the second time — TIME takes a look at other politicians who have left and returned to office.

Top 10 Assassination Plots

Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010

Dubai officials have issued arrest warrants for 11 suspects alleged to be behind the Jan. 20 murder a top official in the Palestinian militant group Hamas. TIME looks back at assassination plots that have gripped the world in the past

Health Checkup: How to Live to 100 Years Old

Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010

A century of life was once a rare thing, but that is changing. Science is slowly unraveling the secrets of the centenarians

The Top 10 Worst Figure Skating Costumes

Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010

One thing's for certain as the figure skaters take to the ice in Vancouver: there will be plenty of sequins, chiffon — and poor taste. TIME takes a look back at some of the most outrageous figure skating costumes of the last 20 years

Valentine's Day: A Cheapskate's Gift Guide

Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010

How do I love thee? Let me count the pennies

Portraits of the Acting Nominees

Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010

Our annual tribute to the actors and actresses whose work this year lit up the screen

Top 10 MTV Moments

Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010

For everyone who remembers when MTV used to play music videos, the news that the cable channel had removed the phrase "Music Television" from its logo only made its long metamorphosis into a reality-tv channel official

The Best and Worst Super Bowl Ads 2010

Sunday, Feb. 07, 2010

TIME TV critic James Poniewozik grades the ads of Super Bowl XLIV

Top 10 Worst Corporate Name Changes

Monday, Feb. 08, 2010

In honor of Comcast's decision to start branding itself as XFinity, TIME takes a look back at other questionable company moniker swaps

Handicapping the Best Picture Oscar

Thursday, Feb. 04, 2010

Everything you need to know about the 10 Oscar nominees

A Brief History of Baby-Lifts

Wednesday, Feb. 03, 2010

An American church group is being detained in Haiti for attempting to illegally take 33 children to an orphanage outside the country. Law aside, are good intentions enough, or is kidnapping kidnapping, no matter what? History offers some examples

Complete Coverage of the Haiti Earthquake

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010

One of the worst-ever natural disasters in the western hemisphere leaves the Haitian capital in ruins. What it will take to rebuild

Top 10 Invasive Species

Wednesday, Feb. 03, 2010

The Asian Carp, an invasive species of fish, may be making its way into the Chicago River. Here's a look at other species that have overstayed their welcome

The 2010 Oscar Nominations: Who Will Win?

Tuesday, Feb. 02, 2010

Is this Jeff Bridges' year? Will Meryl Streep be blindsided by Sandra Bullock? Can Avatar's box-office clout be converted into Oscar gold? Richard Corliss surveys the 2010 Oscar nominations

Top 10 Oscar Nomination Snubs

Tuesday, Feb. 02, 2010

The list of movie greats who never won an Oscar — Charlie Chaplin, Greta Garbo, Alfred Hitchcock — is long and sad. Here are 10 of the Hollywood classics the Academy ignored come nomination time

10 Republican Surprises

Monday, Feb. 01, 2010

Grammy Awards 2010

Monday, Feb. 01, 2010

TIME writer Claire Suddath grades the performances of the 2010 Grammy Awards

25 (More) Authentic Asian Experiences

Friday, Jan. 22, 2010

From shearing a sheep in New Zealand to making noodles in Vietnam, here are 25 places to go, people to see and things to try across Asia

Top 10 Art Accidents

Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010

On Jan. 22, a New York Metropolitan Museum of Art visitor accidentally fell into The Actor, a 105-year-old painting, ripping the canvas. In honor of her embarrassing stumble, TIME takes a look at other discarded works of art.

Show's Over: Top 10 Moments of NBC's Late-Night War

Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010

As Conan O'Brien quits The Tonight Show and Jay Leno prepares to re-take his old time slot, tensions are running high at NBC — and so, surprisingly, are ratings. TIME takes a look some of the late-night feud's best moments

Top 10 Embarrassing Things Voters Have Overlooked

Friday, Jan. 22, 2010

Scott Brown won the Senate race in Massachusetts in spite of the nude pictorial in a 1982 Cosmopolitan magazine spread that made his detractors titter. Here's a look at other politicians who emerged victorious despite past indiscretions

World Economic Forum: Davos 2010

Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010

In Davos, signs of recovery for the economy — but it's not the same old world

Obama's First Year: The Top 10 Sound Bites

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010

A look back at some of the most memorable quotes from the first year of the Obama Administration

Obama's Troubled First Year: Grading Him on the Key Issues

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010

On the first anniversary of Obama's historic inauguration, TIME takes a look at what the President has been able to accomplish, and what he still hopes to get done

World Future Energy Summit

Sunday, Jan. 17, 2010

At this annual event, some of the world's leaders in developing sustainable energy solutions gather in Abu Dhabi to address the challenges of growing energy demand

Top 10 Pat Robertson Gaffes

Friday, Jan. 15, 2010

The controversial televangelist seemed to blame Haiti's woes — including its 7.0 earthquake — on a "pact with the devil" the islanders allegedly made centuries ago. Here are 10 examples from Robertson's rich history of gaffes

The 10 Deadliest Earthquakes

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010

An 8.9-magnitude earthquake has hit northeastern Japan, producing a destructive tsunami that swept through several coastal areas. TIME takes a look at some of history's most unforgiving earthquakes

Top 10 Elvis Impersonators

Friday, Jan. 08, 2010

Elvis Presley would have turned 75 years old on Jan. 8. The King may be gone, but there are plenty of people out there willing to take his place. Here's a look at some of the best Elvis acts, by some surprising personalities

How You Can Change Your Genes

Friday, Jan. 08, 2010

Dr. Lars Olov Bygren's research helps explain how a father's diet might affect certain traits he passes to his son

Top 10 America's Most Wanted Captures

Tuesday, Jan. 05, 2010

On Jan. 2, hours after being profiled on America's Most Wanted, Paul Michael Merhige was arrested for allegedly gunning down four family members on Thanksgiving. TIME takes a look at other notable captures

Restoring Wetlands Key to Avoiding Another Katrina

Friday, Aug. 27, 2010

Half a decade has passed since the levies in New Orleans' Ninth Ward broke, flooding the city and devastating lives. TIME looks back at the stories that were told there

Top 10 Roller Coasters

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010

Since the world's first full-circuit roller coaster opened at Coney Island 125 years ago today, the rides have gotten much faster — and heart-in-your-throat scarier

How to Fix a Phobia

Tuesday, Jan. 05, 2010

Three common treatments, plus a promising new one

Top 10 Notable New Diet Books

Friday, Jan. 01, 2010

Is your New Year's resolution to lose weight? Time to start reading!

The Five Big Questions About Retirement

Friday, Jan. 08, 2010

The U.S. Government says 2010 is the year many of us can convert to a Roth IRA. Here's what you should know before you decide

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