TIME’s cover snub proves rather…cumbersome.
Here’s our ultimate wishlist of the public figures we’d like to see start tweeting.
We asked you to submit your best ideas for celebrating the holiday on a budget, and here’s the results, from funny to sweet to delightfully weird. Happy thrifty Valentine’s Day!
Sure, nothing screams “I care!” like Godiva, Tiffany and a dozen red roses — but those kind of gifts are desperately traditional, and pricey to boot. What else have you got?
Twitter responded with sadness and outrage after a 15-year-old honor student and majorette was shot and killed in Chicago this week.
In a bid to preserve the French language, the government has officially banned the common Twitter word ‘hashtag’ and suggests replacing it with ‘mot-dièse’
Photos of the President meeting with and comforting members of the Newtown community have spread rapidly on social media
With 5.6 million votes, one candidate emerged on top out of a field that included everyone from Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to South Korean singer Psy
Executive Editor Radhika Jones answers your questions about how the choice is made, how editors keep it a secret and why inanimate objects are eligible.
A new project is using the popular photo-sharing app Instagram to shed light on one of the more shadowy aspects of modern warfare.
After a tense night of tracking voting returns, the results are in: Barack Obama has been re-elected as President of the United States. Both candidates put up a fierce battle right until the final votes were cast. We wanted to …
TIME asked our followers on Twitter to share their Election Day stories, experiences and photos. So far, the responses have been thoughtful, touching and funny — sometimes all in one tweet. If you want to share your …