A deadly stampede at a storied music festival left 19 people dead this weekend and led concert organizers to nix any future performances.
Khmer Rouge prison chief Duch was found guilty Sunday of war crimes in Cambodia, sentenced to 35 years in prison for his role in the infamously cruel regime. See a brief history of the rise and fall of the Khmer Rouge on TIME.com.
Lake Delhi was nine miles long and a favorite vacation spot for Iowa residents. But in less than one day, a broken dam made the lake disappear.
“The Afghan government is shocked with the report that has opened the reality of the Afghan war,”
– SIAMEK HERAWI, spokesman for the Afghan government, on the release of thousands of previously classified U.S. documents, …
Rumors abound that BP will remove Tony Hayward as its CEO. The company’s board will meet tonight, potentially to discuss his fate.
The secret-sharing site just released 92,201 internal records from the U.S. military in Afghanistan. Find out more about this controversial organization.
As the Shirley Sherrod incident has made plain, the cautionary tagline of the world of online videos has to be context, context, context!
In light of whistle-blowing website Wikileaks publishing more than 90,000 secret military files on the war in Afghanistan, Australian founder Julian Assange decided to give a press conference in London Monday.
“If you can kill 14,000 people and serve only 19 years — 11 hours per life taken — what is that? It’s a joke.”
– THEARY SENG, a Cambodian who is now a U.S. citizen, on the sentencing of Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch, a …
Which horror flick had you sleeping with the lights on for the longest?
A male action drama can be handed to any guy who looks fit enough to do a chin-up. The female action genre? That’s pretty much Jolie. Head over to TIME.com for Richard Corliss’ review of the midsummer flick.
Bieber fever is catching on in a whole new way: the teen dream will be starring in the upcoming season premiere of CSI, CBS announced on Friday.