The five stages of grief are so deeply embedded in our culture that they've become virtually inescapable. Every time we experience loss — whether personal or national — we hear them recited: denial, ...
Herman Cain isn't even in office yet, and the 2012 GOP candidate has already found himself in the middle of a political sex scandal over allegations he sexually harassed at least two female employees ...
As always, TIME's editors will choose the Person of the Year, but that doesn't mean readers shouldn't have their say. Cast your vote for the person you think most influenced the news this year for ...
After 400 years of dormancy, Indonesia's Mount Sinabung has woken up from its slumber with an eruption that has already displaced 30,000 people. TIME takes a look at other well-known volcanoes and the ...
No one could have known that when a Tunisian fruit vendor set himself on fire in a public square, it would incite protests that would topple dictators and start a global wave of dissent. In 2011, ...
The first time I looked into an open chest cavity at a heart muscle working to pump blood through the body, I was brought up short by the tragic graffiti of atherosclerotic plaque. This waxy goo, ...
As the South Asian International Film Festival kicks off in New York City, feed your Bollywood fever with TIME's list of the best Bollywood classics — as well as our Five Essential Bollywood movies to ...
With its Chinese lettering and unremarkable name, the fast-food outlet in a Shanghai shopping mall looks like many others selling local fare. East Dawning is crowded with customers on this winter ...
As a naked Kate Walsh graces the cover of Shape, TIME looks at some other nude magazine covers that have made a splash over the years ...
Pop star Mariah Carey named one of her new twins Moroccan after a themed room in her apartment. TIME takes a look at other unexpected celeb baby names ...
From the zany to the dangerous to the just plain dumb, here is TIME's list (in no particular order) of some of the world's bright ideas that just didn't work out ...
Bonesmen have, at one time, controlled the fortunes of the Carnegie, Rockefeller and Ford families, as well as posts in the Central Intelligance Agency, the American Psychological Association, the ...