Barack Obama boogied down on his trip to Tanzania. See George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton, Hugo Chavez and other world figures bust a move
Politicos tweeted their funky socks to the former President on his special day.
In an interview, Edward Snowden said he is leaving the “courts and people of Hong Kong to decide” his fate.
Edward Snowden is the Internet heartthrob of the moment, but his ballerina girlfriend, Lindsay Mills, has a growing fan club as well
Defense contractor Edward Snowden is being compared to Daniel Ellsberg, the military analyst employed by RAND who leaked the Pentagon Papers on the Vietnam War in 1971. Here’s how TIME covered Ellsberg’s revelatons at the time.
It looks like Americans are finally accepting gay marriage, even if nearly half still don’t approve of the same-sex unions.
When the People’s Republic of China leader, Xi Jinping, meets President Obama for the first time since Xi assumed the Presidency in November 2012, he’ll be negotiating in old hollywood deco.
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov with actress Elizabeth Hurley and a fluffy white kitten in Grozny on May 21, 2013
A “behind-the-scenes” look at how the New Jersey governor handles a crisis
Chris Christie killed a spider while school children visited his office, sparking disapproval from PETA.
President Obama wasn’t the only one offering up snark during the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner. There was plenty of it to go around on Twitter.
On Saturday night, Hollywood and Washington notables gathered for the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner in DC.