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PM Shinzo Abe listed in Time's Top 100 most Influential People

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has said that if Japan wanted to let the world know it was making an economic comeback, electing Shinzo Abe as Prime Minister was the right move. After fighting his way back from a serious illness in 2007, he has changed Japan.

Op-Ed: TIME editor compares Madiba with a white slaver

TIME magazine editor Fareed Zakaria has compared Nelson Mandela with George Washington and caused uproar for his insensitive words.

Heart-eating Syrian rebel defends action as revenge

The Syrian rebel commander branded a "cannibal" after video footage emerged of him biting into a dead regime soldier's heart, has defended his actions as revenge for regime atrocities.

Sad, spectacular time-lapse animation shows human impact on Earth

In only 30 years, great glaciers have retreated and a lake that was once the world’s fourth largest has all but dried up. For the first time ever, the human impact on the face of earth as seen from space is on full view, and it is not a pretty picture.

Kim Jong-un set to win Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ award

The Internet successfully trolled North Korea’s supreme leader this week by voting him to the top of Time magazine’s “Person of the Year” list.

Limbaugh: Fluke nominated for TIME Person of Year? Oops my bad!

As Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke has made the short list for TIME's Person of the Year for 2012, conservatives are quick to attack the nomination.

Video: The world of nannies, being invisible in a visible world

With recent talks about the nanny profession, Ai-Jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and one of the 2012 TIME 100, gives an in-depth look in the world of domestic workers in the US.

Video: TIME explains US energy independence a 'pipe dream'

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that the US could be energy independent in a few decades; but, that is met with skepticism as others give differing views and reasons.

Get the naming rights to Izumisano for $1.25 billion

Osaka - For those that have at least $1 billion to blow, the municipal government of Izumisano is offering the city's naming rights for at least that amount.

Sorkin answers skeptics about his new show HBO's The Newsroom

Los Angeles - Arron Sorkin who is the director and creator of the HBO television series faces his critics as they question his reasoning behind the show.

Time 100 — Anonymous leading the pack ahead of reddit

Each year the public gets the chance to vote for the person they consider most influential. Anonymous, while not a "person" per se, is ahead of reddit in the popular annual Time 100 poll, with announcements of the winner to be made on April 17.

How reddit is not so quietly dominating the Internet Special

The company's general manager is leading the Time 100 poll. Its users take real-world action for charitable causes. It also attracts more than 2 billion pageviews monthly. Find out why reddit will continue to be one of the most influential forces online.

Anders Behring Breivik could go to world's most humane prison

Halden - Anders Behring Breivik could find himself sent to a posh prison where inmates are provided with private rooms with bath, flat screen TVs, mini-fridges and have the opportunity to take cooking and drawing classes thanks to Norway's ideas on rehabilitation.

Cleanest and dirtiest cities in America: Portland and New Orleans Special

Portland - Time Magazine has recently released a list of the ten dirtiest cities in America, which hearkens to what citizens value in various regions of the country and what the culture decides takes critical importance in how money is spent as well.

Transgenic salmon included among the 50 ‘best inventions’ of 2010

The controversial fast-growing transgenic Atlantic salmon produced by AquaBounty Technologies has been included in a list of the 50 best inventions of 2010 in the on-line version of Time Magazine.

Disfigured Afghan teenager smiles again

A 19 year old Afghan girl, Bibi Aisha, who was left mutilated by her husband was at the “Art of Humanity Gala” in Los Angeles recently. While she is in the United States she will undergo reconstructive surgery.

Manny Pacquiao Ranked 16th in Time Magazine's Influential List

Time Magazine has listed Manny Pacquiao as one of the top 200 most influential people, ranking no.16 in the list along with US president Barack Obama who ranked no 11 on the magazine's list.

Manny Pacquiao on Time Magazine Asia Edition Cover

The November issue of Time Magazine Asia edition features Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao in its cover. Pacquiao graces five pages of the magazine which will hit the streets and newstands this weekend.

Manny Pacquiao to Appear on CBS Morning Show in New York

Manny Pacquiao is flying to New York next Friday to receive an award from the Boxing Writers Association of America where he will receive an award as 'Fighter of the Year'. He will also appear on CBS Morning Show for Time's Top 100 Influential people.

4chan Founder Listed As TIME's World's Most Influential Person

In something that should be a complete shocker, the winner of TIME’s third annual 100 poll is not who you would think it is. It is a person one would least expect. The winner is “moot,” founder of 4chan.org.

Op-Ed: Nation of Wimps? Thoughts on the idealized childhood of America

Some people will take a bull by the horns. Some will grab whatever other parts of its anatomy happen to be available. There’s a lady called Hara Estroff Marano, who’s been picking apart the obsessive, “smothering”, childhoods created by parents.

Op-Ed: Time Magazine shows some teeth, rips into Church of Scientology

TIME was the first to start hitting the sacred cash cow known as the Church of Scientology in 1991. Its expose remains as a current article, a primer about the issues. Scientology continues to make headlines, the story is as relevant as ever.

Forget Time Magazine, the Putin-Medvedev 'Dream Team' is All the Rage in Russia

Time Magazine might have chosen Russia's current president Vladimir Putin as 'Person of the Year' today, but in Russia, the Putin-Medvedev 'Dream Team' is all the rage. The business world is also happy about Russia's prospects under a possible Medvedev -

Time Announces Person of the Year: Vladimir Putin

Who would you pick if it were up to you to choose the person of the year? An exceptional journalist risking his life to cover war, a heroic soldier, a local hero who saved lives, none of the above? Would it be Vladimir Putin?

Op-Ed: Time Magazine Takes Cheap Shot at Imus Return

In April when radio legend Don Imus was fired, Time Magazine ran his photo on the cover and dedicated a significant part of the issue discussing the Hall of Famer's downfall.

iPhone Earns Time Magazine Invention of the Year

It's the one gadget the world has heard more about than anything: The Apple iPhone. In their annual award to a product that has stood out, Time magazine has given Apple's handheld the organization's prestigious Gadget of the Year award.

Time Magazine to raise price by $1

Cost per issue will now be $4.95

Albert Einstein: The White-Haired Wonder

He was Time magazine’s Man of the Century. Google the name “Einstein” and more than 18 million websites are referenced. Turn to Austrian artist Werner Horvath’s work called Wisdom and Beauty and it’s Albert and another modern icon: Marilyn Monro

Time Names Giuliani 'Person of the Year'

NEW YORK (voa) - The U.S. news magazine, Time, has named New York City's outgoing mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, as its 2001 "Person of the Year". Time said it chose Mr. Giuliani for his courage, leadership and faith in the American spirit in the aftermath o...
 

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