The Power of Birth Order

Parents insist that how kids turn out depends on when they were born. More and more, science agrees


Brothers and Sisters (Photos)

A gallery of famous siblings and their sometimes fractious, sometimes harmonious relationships


Tunisia: The Price of Prosperity

Twenty years after its President seized power in a coup, Tunisia has achieved striking economic success. Yet its growth has come at a cost: democracy


To Our Readers: Forces of Nature (Heroes of the Environment)

At an awards ceremony in London, TIME hails its Heroes of the Environment for their remarkable efforts to change the course of history


Venice of the East (On Show)

An exhibition charts the port's links with the Islamic world

One Night in Beijing (TIME Traveler)

Got a spare evening in the Olympic city? Three residents tell you how to spend it

Time to Scoot (Check In)

Bangkok's Conrad hotel offers a cheap and easy way to beat the city's notorious traffic jams

Prosthetic Prowess (Curtain Raiser)

The world disabled volleyball championships head to Phnom Penh


Gripes About the Guide (Inbox)

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