Campaign finance and recess appointment power cases on a busy docket
After decades of decline, the city of Detroit, once the cradle of the U.S. auto industry and middle-class urban prosperity, filed for bankruptcy on Thursday.
Closing smaller bases is the first step in what the military calls retrograde–the arduous and complex process of bringing home all of the U.S.’s equipment in Afghanistan.
With the help of photographer Yuri Kozyrev, TIME documents the winding down of the twelve-year war.
After dismantling and repatriating the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, the guidelines for the next war – or humanitarian catastrophe, will be more clear.
In January 2011, Jason Bowles crossed the finish line as champion of the Toyota All-Star Showdown, a race that features some of the best drivers in NASCAR’s minor leagues. When he takes to the track on Saturday at Daytona …
Chris Christie is only the latest in slew of politicians whose supposed 2012 aspirations turned out to be nothing more than D.C.’s collective fever dream.