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07/26/2017
Transgender in the Military: Camouflaged Identity

President Donald Trump said that transgender people will not be allowed to serve in the United States military "in any capacity," reversing a decision by former President Barack Obama.

An estimated 15,000 transgender troops serve in the U.S. military. Each has risked dismissal from military service for revealing his or her identity.

Watch TIME's Red Border Films production on this important topic. Directed by Gillian Laub and Shaul Schwarz.

03/27/2017
A Year in Space: Trailer

Two years ago today, Scott Kelly embarked on an extraordinary yearlong mission to the International Space Station. Our filmmakers were given incredible access throughout the mission as Scott prepared to leave his family and friends for launch with his spacefaring colleagues, Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka.

This Primetime Emmy-nominated 12-episode series chronicles their mission, the thousands of people who work to support live in space and the families they left behind. Watch the full series at http://time.com/space

“What I want to do,” Henline says, “is to help more people than the guy that blew me up can hurt.”
11/11/2013
From the Battlefield to the Comedy Stage: Healing Bobby Henline | LightBox | TIME.com

“What I want to do,” Henline says, “is to help more people than the guy that blew me up can hurt.”

Having survived an IED blast that killed four of his fellow servicemen and left him with burns covering almost 40% of his body, Iraq War Veteran Bobby Henline is a stand-up comedian today, healing scars that are not so physical.

Bobby Henline sustained burns on more than a third of his body from a roadside bomb explosion while serving with the U.S...
11/11/2013

Bobby Henline sustained burns on more than a third of his body from a roadside bomb explosion while serving with the U.S. Army in Iraq. After a long recovery, he's using stand-up comedy to bring light, comfort, and meaning to other vets and their families. Follow his remarkable story by watching "Healing Bobby," our first documentary (directed by Peter van Agtmael) live here: http://ti.me/19U1rpa

(Photo: Peter van Agtmael—Magnum for TIME)

"Healing Bobby" tells the remarkable, sometimes-funny but always inspiring story of Bobby Henline, a veteran who sustain...
11/11/2013

"Healing Bobby" tells the remarkable, sometimes-funny but always inspiring story of Bobby Henline, a veteran who sustained burns on more than a third of his body while serving in Iraq. Watch the full video, directed by Peter van Agtmael, live here: http://ti.me/19U1rpa

(Photo: Peter van Agtmael—Magnum for TIME)

11/06/2013

Our first major project traces the life of Bobby Henline, a veteran who sustained burns on more than a third of his body during the Iraq war. He's turned to stand-up comedy to help ease the pain, bringing comfort to veterans and their families.

Watch the trailer for "Healing Bobby," directed by Peter van Agtmael now: http://ti.me/HGsiei

The March on Washington was a peaceful demonstration for racial equality. But it would not have happened without the bea...
08/27/2013
One Dream – 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream Speech | Time.com

The March on Washington was a peaceful demonstration for racial equality. But it would not have happened without the beatings, arrests and violent struggle for civil rights that had already engulfed the Deep South.

Fifty years ago, 250,000 people converged on the National Mall for a March on Washington, and Martin Luther King Jr. shared his dream for America.

Five decades after the March on Washington, Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of social justice for all is still a work in ...
08/16/2013

Five decades after the March on Washington, Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of social justice for all is still a work in progress. http://ti.me/16NR1Un

(Frank Dandridge—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

From white college students to Southern black women in church hats, the March on Washington showed the power of diversit...
08/16/2013

From white college students to Southern black women in church hats, the March on Washington showed the power of diversity to push for political change: http://ti.me/16NRA0u

(Photo: Robert W. Kelley—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. led a march on Washington. TIME talks to the people who shaped it — from civil r...
08/15/2013

Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. led a march on Washington. TIME talks to the people who shaped it — from civil rights leaders to Hollywood stars — and offers exclusive images from the era.

Explore the history of the landmark #OneDream speech: http://ti.me/141C0Qf

08/11/2013

TIME is proud to announce the launch of Red Border Films, a new documentary filmmaking unit and interactive digital platform on Time.com, featuring deeply reported films by TIME journalists and photojournalists.

The first project kicks off this Thursday with a look back, 50 years later, at the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech.

More about Red Border Films: http://ti.me/16EzQVa

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