It was a little more than a year ago that Dave Petraeus stopped by Time’s Washington bureau so we could chat with him about what 9/11 meant to him. He spoke glowingly of the soldiers he served alongside. “Our country has an …
For residents of Staten Island already displaced by Hurricane Sandy, an early nor’easter was an ominous warning: winter is coming, and help isn’t exactly on the way.
Several neighborhoods in the city remain without power. TIME spent the night of Nov. 6 in a still-unelectrified part of Queens
Voters in the Golden State have averted disaster, and now, with Democrats holding a rare supermajority, politicians have a window of opportunity to end the fiscal crisis for good
Like most vanquished candidates, Mitt Romney’s website displays a simple “Thank You” message along with an banner image of the nominee framed by the waving American flags of his supporters.
Voters want actors in adult films to wear condoms, but the industry is threatening to sue and shift production elsewhere.
The Navy has issued career-ending letters of reprimand to seven members of SEAL Team 6 – including one involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden last year – for showing some of their secret gear to a video-game …
After each election, the media tends to brood over a predictable set of issues, like the small mindedness of campaign policy proposals to the nastiness of negative advertising.
The top U.S. military officer in Europe lost his chance to run the U.S. Navy because of a trip he took aboard a U.S. military aircraft to attend an event sponsored by the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, an international …
With Veterans’ Day looming, it’s important also to recognize those who didn’t live long enough to warrant that title.
We noted Army Lt. Col. David Cabrera’s car-bomb death in Afghanistan last year because we had interviewed him on the dearth of military mental-health professionals. “We’re …
Marines in Helmand province Nov. 6 check out the Cargo Resupply Unmanned Aircraft System, which ferries food, fuel and other stuff to troops at remote bases where the IED threat has made ground deliveries too dangerous.
The medical marijuana trade has set up the protocols for the newly-approved recreational version
Acts of kindness abounded in the aftermath of the destructive Superstorm Sandy, but that communal spirit didn’t enter every soul, it seems — including some of the ones most responsible for rendering aid.