A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station
Chris Christie's weight-loss surgery, genetic testing for prostate cancer, and why licking your baby's pacifier clean isn't such a bad thing.
Author and Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski talks about her food addiction, obesity in America, and how writing her book 'Obsessed' transformed her life and that of her collaborator, journalist Diane Smith.
Singer Natalie Maines on motherhood, the future of the Dixie Chicks and why she can't go back to country music
As Jodi Arias is pronounced guilty, gasps are heard throughout the courtroom
Alex Ferguson annoucnes his retirement as head coach of Manchester United. TIME's Ishaan Tharoor discusses the legacy he will leave behind
An Ohio man aided Berry in escaping her captors before fully realizing who he was helping.
Missing for 10 years, Amanda Berry escapes kidnapper's house and calls 911.
From ancient Greek statues brought to life, to aliens, to dinosaurs, Ray Harryhausen made some memorable movie monsters. Here's the top five.
Author of 'Who Owns the Future?,' Jaron Lanier, explains why corporations shouldn't monopolize information and why you should profit from the surveillance state.
The Labor Department announced that the U.S. unemployment rate fell slightly in April to 7.5%. TIME economics reporter Rana Foroohar delves into the numbers.
Dr. Paul Farmer talks about saving lives in Haiti, Rwanda's thriving health care system and how to improve humanitarian aid
CNN reporter Rafael Romo explains that President Obama understands the value of Mexico as a trade partner.
New studies about allergies in America, HIV testing, Omega-3 fatty acids and obesity top this week's news in health
Archeologists discovered bones they say may prove that Jamestown settlers resorted to cannibalism in the brutal winter of 1609-1610