A blue state narrowly defeats a city-level ban on late-term abortion, while some of the toughest anti-abortion legislation is allowed to stand in a neighboring red state. Is the local ballot box the next frontier in the abortion war?
Senate majority leader Harry Reid and 51 of his Democratic colleagues on Thursday changed how the chamber considers Executive Branch and most Judicial Branch nominees.
Madonna and Lady Gaga fought it out for the top spot.
Geoffrey Canada of the Harlem Children’s Zone made the TIME 100 list in 2011. Since then he’s begun a bold experiment to transform one of Harlem’s most distressed neighborhoods.
Why did Mars lose its atmosphere and almost all of its water 3.7 billion years ago? The MAVEN spacecraft may bring us answers.
150 years after Lincoln gave his speech eulogizing the Battle of Gettysburg, it has become one of the most celebrated speeches in history. Here’s a pop culture tribute to the Gettysburg Address.
Inflated prices at auction threaten to reduce public access to fine art
Democrats on the ballot next year are worried.
Former LIFE editor Richard Stolley shares the stranger-than-fiction tale of how he purchased Abraham Zapruder’s film of JFK’s murder — “the most infamous home movie in American history” — for LIFE magazine in 1963.
An interim deal on Iran nuclear’s program was close, but did not happen.