As America slides toward the fiscal cliff, both sides are debating ways to reduce the deficit in 2013 and also over the longer term.
The lights are back on at the Redfern Houses, but for many, the recovery has only begun
TIME’s photo editors bring you the best pictures from the front lines from around the world, and the home front.
Every now and again we hear stories about a kid getting suspended from school for some absurdly minor infraction.
In the constant blurring of lines between government and commerce, the Department of Veterans Affairs announces that it has registered “GI Bill” as a trademark. Bottom line: it can only be used by the government and those who comply with the VA’s rules on its use, slated to be issued by mid-2013.
The phrase already sports the …
Tired of getting those questions about contractors participating in holiday office parties and what kind of gifts can be exchanged between and among employees?
If so, you’re in luck as the Defense Department’s Standards of …
In 55 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad of the past 12 months
The youngest baby boomers will begin turning 50 next year, a noteworthy milestone in the graying of America.
“She’s like a member of our family.” Behind the well-intentioned sentiment, so often said of nannies and caregivers, lurks a sad truth.