The In Crowd - The 2023 Hollywood Portfolio
For our 29th Annual Hollywood Issue, a dozen captivating young stars gathered for the after-party of our dreams
Let's Have a Real Conversation About Barbara Walters
Seventeen leading broadcasters on her legacy and making their way in the world she made.
We're Already in the Metaverse
Reality is blurred. Boredom is intolerable. And everything is entertainment.
Into the Mystic
The neo-soul icon Erykah Badu has long made spiritual, theatrical, ethereal style her calling card. Finally, fashion has caught up with her.
Through tears, joy, and hard model-turned-designer work, the is reimagining her life.
Jeremy Strong Won't Break
His portrayal of Kendall Roy has made him a major sensationand infamous for his extreme approach to the craft of acting. Here, on the verge of what may be the end of the show and the character that made his career, Jeremy Strong responds to his critics and contemplates life after Succession.
100 Years of TIME
A century-long tradition began March 3, 1923, with the first issue of TIME. Ten decades later and counting-we're still covering the world's news through the stories of the people who shaped those events. To mark TIME's centennial, we're looking back at some of our most influential moments, all framed by the cover's red border-and looking ahead to the stories that the events of tomorrow may bring. Find more at time.com/100-years
With a mind-blowing blend of beauty and philanthropy, Gracie Hunt is a woman with the means to make a difference
The Original King of Crypto is Back
Arthur Hayes rubbed success in the government's face and got busted. With his sentence over and his fortune intact, he's trading and tweeting through what's left of a reeling industry.
Life After Food
A diabetes miracle drug has become an off-label appetite suppressant, changing the definition of being thin and what it takes to get there.
ChatGPT Creates an A.I. Frenzy
Microsoft is poised to invest billions in OpenAI and its groundbreaking bot. Why the future Sam Altman is building is both awesome and terrifying.
Kyrie Irving – Head Games
Kyrie Irving arrived in Brooklyn as a bona fide weirdo. Four frustrating seasons, one antisemitism scandal, and zero covid shots later, he leaves on even stranger terms.
AI Search Engines Can Now Chat With Us, but Glitches Abound
Nearly a quarter-century after Google's search engine began to reshape how we use the internet, big tech companies are racing to revamp a familiar web tool into a gateway to a new form of artificial intelligence.
The billionaire symbol of India’s growth is a lot less rich after a short seller’s attack
Channing Tatum – Magic Man
After a lengthy hiatus, Channing Tatum is back to cap off his blockbusting strip trilogy. The man with the moves opens up about laughing, crying, dancing, and finding love with Zoë Kravitz
Pedro Pascal – "I'm Not a Tough Guy."
Pedro pascal cares about you. He's also self-conscious about caring about you. This is exactly what makes him great.
Engines of Wow
Generative AI can now make better art than most humans.Soon it will transform how we design just about everything.
Betty Buzz – Every Little Detail
Do you obsess? Overthink? Plan to perfection? Blake Lively used to hide those instincts in herself-but by learning to channel them, she built a business that's selling millions.
Boost Your Mood Right Now!
Science-backed ways to lift your spirits when you need it most
Don't Underestimate Clarence Thomas
Critics of the enigmatic Supreme Court Justice have overlooked his influence for too long.
In Defense of Algorithms
They’re good for us. They might even be good for democracy.
Can Ron De Santis Ride 'Woke' To the White House?
The Florida governor’s attacks on business leaders who promote progressive values are finding traction with the Republican grassroots
The Final Campaign
Inside Donald Trump's sad, lonely, thirsty, broken, basically pretend run for reelection. (Which isn't to say he can't win.)
What Makes Us Human
Tantalizing new findings suggest that neanderthals, our human cousins, are a lot like us. How, then, did we manage to win the evolutionary competition?
New Year – What's next for the world's biggest tech firm
2022 was a big year for Apple, with the Cupertino company unveiling new industry-leading technologies like the Apple Watch Ultra, Mac Studio, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The stakes look set to be higher in 2023, with several rumored new products entering the sphere.
Lily-Rose Depp – An Idol Rising
Lily-Rose Depp reflects on fame, privacy and growing up as she channels her inner pop star in photos inspired by her edgy new HBO series
Why Isn't the World Made of Lego Blocks?
Lego bricks are among the most durable building materials in existence. So why don't we make everything out of them?
23 Things to Look Forward to in 2023
The events, innovations, products and developments that will inform, inspire and delight us in the new year
A Love Story
Jennifer Lopez has always led with her heart. Now, newly wed and about to release a highly personal album, she has achieved something hard-won: true happiness.
How one website has become a magnet for kids and sexual predators, and what it might mean for the future of tech.