Nine-time U.S. Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis has set his sights on a seat in the New Jersey State Senate, moving from spiked cleats to wingtips as he tries to gain the same success in politics as he did on the track.
The former president of Hearst Magazines spent fewer than 100 days on the job running New York City’s public schools. That’s nothing compared to some of these short-lived jobs.
TIME’s Sean Gregory traded his notebook for a camera to provide a rare off-court look at the electric atmosphere at Reliant Stadium.
Hey, batters, hope you took extra swings this spring. Because you guys were pretty lousy last season.
A collective “aww” emanated from London this morning, as thousands logged on to the official royal wedding website to coo over the girl who would be queen.
There weren’t many surprises at the 2011 Academy Awards. But even though the front runners took their expected prizes, there were still moments to talk about at the watercooler the next morning.
TIME magazine recently named Mark Zuckerberg the second-youngest “Person of the Year” in the publication’s history. As part of the POY coverage, our colleagues were allowed into the brain of Facebook.
For years they ducked and dived whenever flashbulbs went off. But to mark their engagement, the royal couple recently got cozy with celebrity snapper Mario Testino.
The world has gone Harry Potter mad in the week before the second to last film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, hits theaters. Monday night, the film’s stars hit the New York premiere, chatting up fans and celebrity guests. …
After months of meeting voters, making campaign stops and manipulating the ad airwaves, 2010′s class of political candidates did anything but rest on Election Day.
(via The Daily What)