Edward Snowden is offering Brazil help investigating claims of U.S. spying. He wrote an open letter first published in the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo.
O’Toole is best known for his role as T.E. Lawrence in the 1962 epic “Lawrence of Arabia.”
“Lost” writer Damon Lindelof’s star continues to rise since he was named as (half) of one of the most influential people of 2010. But is he a fraud? TIME’s Joel Stein investigates.
The megastar managed to record 14 new songs along with 14 music videos and then release the album over iTunes with seemingly no leaks ahead of time to the media.
Mary Barra is the first woman to lead a major automaker. With the government now completely divested of GM stock, can Barra grow the company to dominate like it once did 50 years ago?
With two other professional sports having dealt with lawsuits over concussions in 2013, Major League Baseball announced plans to ban home plate collisions. If the player’s union doesn’t approve the change next year, the league still plans to enforce.
A flag-draped casket containing the body of Nelson Mandela arrived with a military honor guard Wednesday for display in an amphitheater where he was sworn in 19 years ago as South Africa’s first black president.
At least 91 world leaders gathered in Johannesburg for Nelson Mandela’s memorial service.
From the UN Security Council to the NBA game between the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls, individuals around the world observed a moment of silence to remember Nelson Mandela.
Ricky Gervais on what’s made him so successful