140 characters in these streets.
Just in time for that Thanksgiving Nor’easter.
The tweeting mayor has changed his habits since becoming a Senator on Oct. 31. A TIME analysis reveals a politician who is sleeping more but posting more too
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Surprise, surprise: the more self-motivated and driven you are, the more money you’ll make.
Compare any two years in the Pew Research Center’s ongoing survey of global attitudes toward the U.S.
According to TIME’s analysis of the Congressional Biographical Directory, which includes family relationships between past and present lawmakers, there are 37 current members who have a relative who served in Congress.
West Virginia is the most neurotic state, Utah is the most agreeable and the folks of Wisconsin are the country’s most extroverted, a new study says. Take TIME’s test to find out which state most suits you
A guide to the 144 House members who opposed the deal to end the shutdown and raise the U.S. Treasury debt ceiling
As the U.S. careens toward possible default, a TIME interactive shows its available funds nearly in real time
An agency-by-agency look at which parts of the federal bureaucracy are exempt from closure