Direct from 1979, it’s the 44th President on prom night
The Obama Administration formally admits to killing four Americans by drone. But the bigger story might be its secret new document guiding future drone strikes
Early Wednesday morning, the residents of Moore, Okla., gathered at the First Baptist Church in the shadow of the town’s water tower…
In the news: drone strikes against Americans, Gitmo, Japan’s stocks, the Fifth Amendment, NJ shore, leakers, and Luxembourg
Labor unions spent millions. The two candidates dragged each other down in a vicious negative campaign. And comedian Will Ferrell promised free waffles for everyone…
One American, Anwar al-Awlaki, was targeted and killed by the US, according to Attorney General Eric Holder.
TIME’s Jay Newton-Small reports from Oklahoma on the tornado tragedy.
To commemorate Harvey Milk Day, TIME republishes a snippet of its coverage on the remembrance of his death. The article “Another Day of Death” was originally published in the December 11, 1978 issue.
As soon as she heard the tornado siren start to wail on Monday, Tracy Stephen rushed to Plaza Towers Elementary School to pick up her 6-year-old daughter Abigail…
Anthony Weiner’s run for a renaissance is officially on.
In the news: Oklahoma’s tornadoes, a new L.A. mayor, the IRS drawout, Rubio vs. Cruz, Anthony Weiner’s run, weaseling out of Obamacare, Fox News’ phone records, and sequester part 2
The mayoral contest saw record spending — over $30 million overall.
Congressional Republicans are torn between their desire to help the reeling residents of Moore, Okla., with their recent zeal for deficit reduction.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, was welcomed to Washington Tuesday like a conquering corporate hero, not the boss of a firm that has found all sorts of ways to dodge the US Tax Code.