The Queen, British Prime Minister David Cameron and more than 2,000 dignitaries pay their last respects to Baroness Thatcher …
In our current age of weak leaders transfixed by oncoming global crises like rabbits in the headlights, it’s sobering to realize that the Lady’s not for returning.
My dear, dear friend David Kuo slipped away from us at 10:25 last night—April 5, 2013—after a courageous 10-year struggle against a cancer that was insidious and capricious, coming and going and finally staying. He was 44.
Ebert was a great film critic, a joyful viewer who always preached that great art and popular entertainment were not exclusive.
On February 5, 2003, Secretary of State Colin Powell went to the U.N. to present the American case to go to war with Iraq.
TIME honors the memory of Rosa Parks on the 100th year anniversary of her birth.
“When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal.”
Richard Nixon taps the ivories for Jack Paar in part 4 of Swampland’s 5 part series this week, as TIME celebrates the anniversary of Richard Nixon’s 100th birthday with his most memorable moments.
Not sure how to celebrate Richard Nixon’s 100th birthday? Take a look at any of his record-setting 52 TIME covers here.
Part 2 of Swampland’s 5 part series this week highlighting Richard Nixon’s most memorable moments. The 37th President of the United States, Nixon would have been 100 on January 9.
Richard Ben Cramer, a journalist I knew and admired greatly, has passed away at the age of 62.
This being the week of Richard Nixon’s centennial, Swampland will pause briefly each day to take note of the 37th president’s special appeal and powers. To kick things off, we offer up part of one bloodless diagnosis from William …
Before there was Minnesota Sen. Al Franken, there was Franken and Davis, a comedy writing duo that became one the best comedy teams in American history. They were high school friends, who went on to become founding writers for Saturday Night Live, and much more. Davis died last week after a long battle with cancer. On Thursday, Franken …