In the aftermath of Monday’s deadly tornado that ripped through Oklahoma, this week’s new issue of TIME, hitting newsstands and tablets Friday, May 24, is dedicated to covering the devastation.
As a massive twister tore through the Oklahoma City area Monday, many residents took to social media to share their stories. Some of the most striking reports came in the form of short videos, via the mobile app Vine.
After Moore, TIME takes a look back at 10 other deadly tornadoes that have wreaked havoc throughout U.S. history.
Hard-hitting frozen-banana reporting from the ‘Arrested Development’ fans here at TIME.
This week’s news that legendary Manchester United football manager Alex Ferguson would be retiring later this month — and passing his job to David Moyes — got us here at TIME thinking about how certain roles can be very tough …
We’ve learned much about the three women rescued in Cleveland on May 6. Here are the newest details—and the key questions that still remain
Oscar winner Ben Affleck’s next project is a challenge aimed at raising money and awareness for global poverty.
Police and tactical teams have been combing every inch of Watertown, Mass. ever since the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing led police here early Friday morning.
In one of the most compelling moments of a harrowing day, Ruslan Tsarni, uncle of the suspected Boston Marathon bombers, lashed out at his nephews in an emotional press conference.
As police continue to hunt for the second Boston Marathon bomber, Boston residents have been told to stay inside. Now, people are taking to Twitter to share what it looks like when the city’s usually bustling streets are suddenly deserted.
On April 23, TIME will host a gala at New York City’s Jazz at Lincoln Center in celebration of the TIME 100 — our annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.