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.
New guidelines would double the number of Americans on cholesterol-lowering drugs. Here's what you need to know.
Warning: There's some math involved.
Secretary of State John Kerry is pointing the finger at Iran for the failure to close a nuclear deal during talks in Geneva on Saturday.
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said he will not step down after admitting to smoking crack cocaine Tuesday.
Some consumers are angry their insurance policies are being canceled. And government officials are being asked to explain why the roll-out looks like a disaster so far. TIME's Kate Pickert explains.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Nightmare Before Christmas, TIME looks at the amazing animated films that inspired and followed the stop-motion classic.
Four star-generals Janet Wolfenbarger and Ann Dunwoody reflect back on their pioneering careers
Is the frequency of extreme weather events a sign that global warming is gaining pace and exceeding predictions? Climate scientist Bill Patzert explains
Is the frequency of extreme weather events a sign that global warming is gaining pace and exceeding predictions? Climate scientist Bill Patzert explains.
Directed by Peter van Agtmael, the latest Red Border Film tells the story of an Iraq War veteran turned comic who has made his injuries a part of his comedy.
Bobby Henline sits down with Time Magazine, and goes through his photo album.
Miley opened MTV's EMAs with her signature twerking, but no foam finger
'Healing Bobby' debuts on Veterans Day at Time.com/RedBorder
From proper eye contact to the best attire, here are five important tips for 'You' to ace a job interview