Though many Occupy activists remain wary of Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD, the movement has revitalized itself with relief work and a new moniker: Occupy Sandy
The nomination of the U.S. commander of the war in Afghanistan to run NATO and U.S. European Command — perhaps the Pentagon’s most prestigious overseas posting — has been delayed because the four-star Marine general is now …
For one day a week, citizens in the city of Los Angeles are encouraged to be ‘veg heads.’
From World War I to current conflicts, people around the world pause to remember the sacrifice of veterans and victims of war.
It is the mind-set of the American public that whenever a member of the U.S. military is captured by the enemy, the Pentagon will move heaven and hell — as well as purgatory if necessary — to get that person back.
Barack Obama and John Boehner traded opening bids on Nov. 9 in negotiations over the fiscal cliff.
Conventional wisdom holds that second presidential terms tend to be somehow fatally cursed—Eisenhower and the U-2; Nixon and Watergate; Reagan and Iran-contra; Clinton and impeachment; George W. Bush and Iraq and the financial …
The victories for gay rights activists were not just in Maine, Minnesota, Maryland and Washington. The vote on Nov. 6 may have been a national tipping point for the acceptance of gays and lesbians as everyday citizens
A U.S. Marine speaks with an Afghan Local Police commander during a meeting between the two forces in Khost village, Farah province, Nov. 2.
Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson won 1.1 million votes on Tuesday, more than any other Libertarian presidential candidate in history. In an interview with TIME, Johnson talks about his campaign, the consequences of re-electing Obama and his plans for the future.
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.