TIME Basketball

See NCAA Coaches Shouting During March Madness Games

Whether they're angry or just trying to be encouraging, these coaches have a lot to say

TIME Egypt

See Egypt’s Pyramids From Space

The pyramids of Giza in Egypt, seen from space.
Samantha Cristoforetti—European Space Agency The pyramids of Giza in Egypt, (center left) seen from space.

Look for the triangular shadows

Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti took a photo of the famous pyramids of Giza in Egypt from her current home on the International Space Station. Follow her on Twitter @AstroSamantha.

TIME India

See the Aftermath of the Deadly Landslide in Kashmir

At least 6 people were killed in a landslide after unseasonal rains lashed India, authorities said Monday. It occurred in a village some 25 miles from Kashmir's capital city of Srinagar.

Read next: At Least 6 Die in Kashmir Landslide

TIME Social Media

Facebook’s Gorgeous New Campus Has a ‘Green Roof’ the Size of 7 Football Fields

See photos of Facebook's expanded headquarters

Facebook didn’t hold back in its expansion of the company’s Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters.

The 430,000 square ft.-building, known as MPK 20, can hold up to 2,800 people and is certified by the U.S. Green Building Council, according to sources familiar with the project. It includes a 9-acre green roof — that’s roughly the size of seven football fields — with a half-mile walking loop and over 400 trees.

The building, which Facebook announced in August 2012, was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry’s firm, Gehry Partners. Though Gehry’s name is tied to several elaborate landmarks including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Calif., the Canadian-American architect said the Facebook’s new campus has a decidedly simpler design.

“From the start, [Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg] wanted a space that was unassuming, matter-of-fact and cost effective. He did not want it overly designed,” Gehry said in a statement. “This is the building that we created for him.”

 

TIME Japan

Springtime for Tokyo as Cherry Blossoms Show Their Colors

Japan's Meteorological Agency announced on March 29 that the city's cherry blossoms had reached full bloom, five days earlier than in an average year

TIME Accident

Watch the Building Collapse in Manhattan’s East Village

In a video provided to TIME by Dan Bowens, a Fox5 reporter, a building in New York’s East Village neighborhood collapsed Thursday after witnesses reported hearing an explosion, sparking a fire that spread to several other buildings. At least 12 people were hurt.

Read next: A Dozen Injured in Manhattan Building Explosion

TIME weather

Witness the Deadly Tornadoes That Hit Oklahoma

Tornadoes ripped through large portions of Oklahoma on Wednesday, marking the start of tornado season. The storm killed at least one person and left scores with damaged homes and tens of thousands of households with no power

TIME Music

See One Direction Over the Years

Zayn Malik has announced that he's leaving One Direction. Take a look back at the boy band's time together

TIME France

Witness Scenes From the Plane Crash in the French Alps

Officials said 150 people are feared dead after the Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed Tuesday near the village of Digne-Les-Bains in the French Alps

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