The tweeting mayor has changed his habits since becoming a Senator on Oct. 31. A TIME analysis reveals a politician who is sleeping more but posting more too
Selfie may be the official winner, but twerk is just better. It doesn’t hide its problems behind a diminutive suffix
A new study shows that the popular kids in high school wind up making more money. Then again, a lot of people still hate them
Ten years after Massachusetts, we’ve moved from a gay-rights agenda to a gay-responsibility agenda — and we should never look back
Ten years ago, GLAD lawyer Mary Bonauto triumphed in the first case to allow same-sex marriage. Here she reflects back on that key decision and how far we’ve come since then
Thinking about the Kennedy assassination becomes a way to think about how things could have happened differently in a way that serves our own political agenda
The explosion of awareness about eating disorders has become a double-edged sword whereby anorexia has become shorthand for “fragile and interesting”
The president should have established a “zone of immunity” for truth-tellers who could deliver the bad news
The scaremongering is undermining delivery of supplies
Why are black women seen as more threatening, more masculine and less in need of help? Because they’re not being seen as women at all
A co-founder of Lululemon said his yoga pants just aren’t built for “some women’s bodies.” That’s just a bad business decision.
Partisanship starts in infancy, but that’s no reason our elected officials can’t outgrow our parochial natures
A recent article in TIME sparked controversy over sexism in haute cuisine—and the media. Here, Alice Waters and other prominent women restaurateurs weigh in on what’s holding female chefs back.