TIME natural disaster

9 Photos of Molten Lava Destruction From Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano

Lava flow from the Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii's Big Island flowed close enough to residents this week that officials warned of evacuations. See how the lava continues to creep closer to civilization and threaten the village of Pahoa

TIME movies

Photos: Go Behind the Scenes of Interstellar

Take a first look at Christopher Nolan's new movie — including some never-before-seen photos of the production

Christopher Nolan’s new movie Interstellar explores the limits of space and time. With the earth devastated by a crop disease called “the blight,” NASA discovers a wormhole that could promise a brighter future.

Scientists implore explorers, two of whom are played by Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, to travel through the wormhole in hopes of finding a new world for humanity. McConaughey is forced to choose between staying on earth with his children — especially his young, vulnerable daughter Murph, whose grown-up self is played by Jessica Chastain — and finding their future in the cosmos.

TIME Companies

Go Inside an American Steel Mill

Nucor Corp. is the largest steelmaker in the United States, manufacturing some 20 million tons of steel each year to supply steel for skyscrapers, bridges, cars, and appliances. TIME visited Nucor's mill in Crawfordsville, Ind., one of the company's 24 steelmaking facilities

Cheap natural gas is giving manufacturer Nucor a shot at reversing the long decline in American steelmaking

On the day after christmas 2013, John Ferriola received a FedEx package containing a dozen metal pellets, each about the size of a blueberry and the color of charcoal. They had been refined with natural gas at a temperature one fifth that of the surface of the sun. To most, the contents of the box would have looked like a heap of rubbish. To Ferriola, CEO of Nucor Corp., the tiny pellets represent a huge bet for the biggest steelmaker left in the U.S.

The technology may also help rekindle American steel manufacturing. Nearly a third of U.S. steelmaking jobs have disappeared over the past 15 years as the industry has boomed in China and other emerging economies. The lone …

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TIME Internet

See Google Doodles Through the Years

Most logos rarely change, but Google's changes all the time thanks to their team of Google Doodlers

TIME space

See an Astronaut’s Minimalist Photo of a Sunrise

Sunrise seen from the International Space Station
Reid Wiseman—NASA/EPA

Ever wondered what sunrise looks like from space?

Following the explosion of the Antares rocket, Astronaut Reid Wiseman shot this picture of the sunrise, captured from the International Space Station (ISS).

“Not every day is easy,” Wiseman wrote. “Today was a tough one.”

He was referring to the failure of the Orbital Sciences Corporation Antares rocket and Cygnus spacecraft, moments after launch at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The Cygnus spacecraft was filled with about 5,000 pounds of supplies slated for the ISS, including science experiments, hardware, spare parts and crew provisions. The station crew is in no danger of running out of food or other critical supplies, NASA said.

TIME celebrities

See the Transformation of Taylor Swift Over the Years

A look back at the music star's life in the spotlight

Take a look back at how she’s gone from country sensation to pop phenomenon.

TIME celebrities

See How Katy Perry Has Changed Over the Years

The pop star turns 30

Katy Hudson, better known by her stage name Katy Perry, started off as a Christian rock singer before rising to fame in 2008 with her single I Kissed A Girl. Take a look back at how Katy Perry and her many shades of hair color have changed over the years.

TIME Baseball

Top 10 Most Memorable Moments in World Series History

Of the 109 World Series played so far, these are the biggest highs and (depending on which side of a victory you're looking from) lows

TIME fun

Feel Good Friday: 15 Fun Photos to Start Your Weekend

From flying off mountains to backflipping in Palestine, here's a handful of photos to get your weekend started right

TIME

Meet America’s Most Successful Political Families

It's that time of year again: Bushes and Clintons galore are on the campaign trail supporting candidates who are up for election. Here's a look at America's most successful political dynasties

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