Our panel of millennials worked with TIME editors to select young digital moguls, health pioneers and teachers from around the globe.
A crisis expert who grew up in Newtown argues that the costs of listening to the tapes outweigh the benefits.
A former Playboy Bunny spreading misinformation is bad enough
Instant replay has made sports persnickety, dilatory, and faux-precise—if only we could rewind
It is no longer every man’s fantasy to dominate a woman dressed as a furry woodland creature. It is no longer every woman’s fantasy to oblige.
These accomplished millennials helped TIME editors pick standouts in culture, education, energy, finance, science, sports, tech and more
Meet the co-founder and CEO of the Malala Fund, which was started a year after the Taliban tried to assassinate the 15-year-old girls’ rights advocate
Covering our ears will not make an ugly reality disappear, but paying close attention might make our response to it more rational
The bad news about those mediocre new rankings of America’s educational system is the complacency about fixing them
Those defending Obama’s contraception mandate should be trying to make the Pill available over-the-counter instead.
God is in the news much more than science. And He is also very popular on social media.
There must be a reason why companies seem unable to diversify their leadership, despite the growing evidence of the benefits of doing so.
Francis is being embraced by secularists for his secular-friendly statements. But they are in for a big surprise.
They’ve been on my living-room shelf for a year now — wrapped chocolate candy figurines from the Netherlands of Zwarte Piet, or Black Pete. A friend who lived there for a while gave them to me in irony. Black Pete is a …
You are hardly alone if you believe that humanity is divided into two great camps: the left-brain and the right-brain thinkers — those who are logical and analytical vs. those who are intuitive and creative. For years, an …