See aspiring dancers try out for the Rockettes, who celebrated their 85th anniversary in 2012.
Welcome to the post-Newtown world. Elite Sterling Security LLC of Aurora, Colo., is marketing a new line of body armor including backpacks and clothing made specifically for schoolchildren.
On the anniversary of Julius Caesar’s assassination, TIME recalls other politically motivated murders that shook the world — and in some cases changed the course of history
Of all the ways that human beings have developed through the centuries to illustrate abstruse concepts, arguably the most elegant is the clock. Or, to be more specific, the old-school, analog clock face. Hours, minutes, seconds …
The third-generation family business has been repairing dolls, teddy bears, rocking horses and antique toys of all types for 100 years.
People across the country line up and push their way in as the traditional post-Thanksgiving shopping mania gets underway
Moses, a seven-and-a-half month old elephant calf, was found alone and close to death in the Vwanza Wildlife Reserve in Malawi, near the border with Zambia. But the orphaned baby elephant was adopted by Jenny Webb, owner of the …
Yousuf Karsh photographed many of the most important figures of the 20th century, from heads of state to movie stars. On the 10th anniversary of his death, TIME’s photo editors bring you a selection of some of his rare, color potraits.
Since 1956, the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games have attracted Scots and Americans of Scottish ancestry to the misty mountains of North Carolina for a weekend of traditional Celtic entertainment.
Americans across the country—and some abroad—celebrate America’s 236th birthday.
In a June 22 contest some critics deemed “macabre,” fourteen Israeli Holocaust survivors between the ages of 74 and 97 competed for the title of “Miss Holocaust Survivor.” The contestants shared stories of survival and community …
June is LGBT Pride Month — a period of celebration for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered communities of the world — marked by marches, parades and parties in cities from Athens to Tel Aviv to New York City.