TIME’s former managing editor writes about the man he knew—a prisoner turned peacemaker who carried South Africa out of …
The Democratic Party member represented Missouri for 17 terms
TIME asked a wide variety of the industry’s leading photo editors, photographers, authors, educators, and bloggers to tell us which image moved them most—and why
Congresswoman Boggs might not have entered political life as a Congresswoman, but she was born to become one.
From John F. Kennedy to Barack Obama, Helen Thomas covered a half-century of presidencies as White House correspondent. In memory of the ground-breaking journalist, who died Saturday at 92, take a look at shared moments with the …
Here are the 300 senators who have died in office.
Lautenberg will probably be best remembered for his successful fights against the alcohol and tobacco industries—including leading the effort in 1989 to ban smoking on commercial flights.
The New Jersey Governor remarks on the death of the World War II veteran serving in Congress. “Sen. Lautenberg fought for the things he believed in and sometimes he fought just because he liked to.”
The Queen, British Prime Minister David Cameron and more than 2,000 dignitaries pay their last respects to Baroness Thatcher at St Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday
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.