And after this week, we really need ‘em.
Let’s… be careful out there.
In the 48 hours since two bombs tore through the crowd of spectators lining the route of the Boston Marathon, tributes to the victims and to the city have flowed in from around the world.
In today’s must-read links for your lunch break: celebrating in Louisville, and dancing on Thatcher’s grave.
As the former Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio himself might say, the Devil finds work for idle hands to do. In this case, while the world awaited the announcement of the new Pope, people on Twitter made mischief.
Because there’s football, and then there’s Beyoncé.
As Hurricane Sandy continues its path inland, leaving debris and flooding across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, TIME will continue to update this page as the storm develops. Please check back for the latest news.
It’s an age-old battle between (mostly) conservative politicians and (mostly) liberal musicians, and it’s still going strong in 2012.
Which you would prefer: a cool trophy shaped like a belt buckle or a boring old Oscar? We know the answer.
How does Kate and William’s fairytale wedding stack up against some of the most extravagant nuptials in recent history?
It has all the trappings of a Hollywood movie: a high-profile government agency brought down by allegations of sexual misconduct. Here are the stars of the Secret Service prostitution scandal, both home and abroad.
The television legend died of a heart attack on April 18. From American Bandstand to New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, watch some of his most memorable moments on screen