Evidence of a brutal chemical attack in Syria poses a defining test to the U.S.’s reputation and to Barack Obama’s foreign policy vision
When it’s time for a new Federal Reserve chief, Yellen is a far smarter pick than Summers.
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Texas Senator Ted Cruz believes the new way to win in politics is to break the old rules. And it’s working.
If Germans insist on austerity elsewhere in Europe, they must spend more at home or risk losing the common currency they need more than anyone else.
Never mind the U.S. Constitution’s prohibition on American political royalty. Family dynasties still rule.
I was the last White House press secretary Helen interrogated. But I certainly didn’t get it as tough as my predecessors did or any of the 10 Presidents she covered in a remarkable career that spanned seven decades…
Ibrahim Al-Asiri’s unique bombmaking skills make him the Obama administration’s top target.
Thanks to immigration, stronger laws and years of hard work, our poisonous biracial era is ending.
The night that a Florida jury acquitted George Zimmerman of killing Travyon Martin, Otis Moss III, the pastor of Barack Obama’s old Chicago church, Trinity United Church of Christ, sat down to talk with his son after watching the …
TIME invited two adversaries to have a civil conversation at the zoo—and captured the wild things on video
Grover Norquist, Alan Simpson and I spent a summer afternoon at the National Zoo. This is what I saw.