Iran’s President-elect is an insider, a moderate and a mystery.
The White House last week said the U.S. will start arming certain Syrian opposition groups with light weapons, moving to intervene in that country’s bloody civil war. The question now is how deeply America will become involved in …
Ideas include reforming top-secret clearance process, an NSA internal affairs unit and regular reviews of old clearances.
After the Senate voted last night to debate the Gang of Eight’s comprehensive immigration reform bill, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham talks about what’s next.
TIME speaks with two members of the Russian dissident girl band Pussy Riot as their videos and music are banned in Russia.
In Samantha Power and Susan Rice, Obama taps a more activist overseas team
Obama on Tuesday also nominated Samantha Power, one of his foreign policy advisers, to succeed Rice at the UN.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford—Canada’s Sarah Palin—is accused of smoking crack.
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…
Brandon Morgan wanted to get up early to chase tornadoes…
Ignoring human-rights protests, the Obama Administration is looking at long-term investment in Burma, er, Myanmar
Obama weighs appointing big names and fundraisers to patronage posts
Senators say “stonewalling” and “stovepipes” blocked information sharing between law-enforcement and intelligence agencies