It’s 11:30 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. While average users flock to their Facebook account to brush up on the latest news …
TIME Person of the Year
As the rest of society skates its way through the remnants of the recession, the effervescent pop star has plowed her way to the top of the charts in record fashion.
For years, men dominated the tempo and tenor of the financial industry. As the nation digs itself out of a monstrosity of debt, three women have been entrusted to help turn the tide in a positive direction.
Nine years ago, America’s acclaimed novelist could have quit with his hit book, The Corrections. Instead, he spent a few more years working on another gem that hit the hearts of the nation’s readers.
For more than 10 weeks, the world watched as 33 men battled through an underground ordeal of unforeseen proportions.
Long before Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert descended on the National Mall, the Fox-News figurehead summoned his followers to the Lincoln Memorial for an equally public outpouring of political activism.
The former BP CEO watched his credibility burn alongside the Deepwater Horizon, as his leadership flagged in the face of an unprecedented environmental disaster.
Here at Time Magazine, we’re closing in on our version of The Decision. What should we do?
Between the arrival of the new iPhone 4 and the debut of the ingenious iPad, Apple exceeded its calendar of avant-garde expectations.
This past Halloween, generic costumes were an afterthought for hundreds of thousands of individuals visiting our nation’s capital.
She’s no longer a sidekick. Since joining John McCain’s 2008 presidential ticket, the former governor has morphed into a formidable GOP headliner.