This week’s new issue of TIME, hitting newsstands and tablets Friday, May 24, is dedicated to covering the devastation that followed the pivotal 16 minutes between when sirens first alerted Moore residents and when the tornado touched down.
“I saw the cop lift up the baby. When I look at the photos, I cry. The baby was screaming.”
Freelance photographer Bill Hoenk was on hand to document the chaos following the second explosion at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. His photograph of a Boston police officer carrying a wounded child is the cover image of TIME’s digital edition, a special report on the tragedy in Boston.
Whatever you thought of Margaret Thatcher — and during an unbroken stretch in office from 1979 to 1990 the former Prime Minister, who died on April 8 after a stroke, aged 87, attracted both passionate support and deep loathing — you never doubted her force of will.
“My parents have been married for 45 years and I always knew that was something that I wanted. I want our children to say, ‘My daddies are married.’ We wanted to feel like a complete package.” — Eric LaBonté
This week’s cover story, ‘How Gay Marriage Won,’ explores the dramatic cultural shift towards recognizing same-sex unions. We’re asking our followers to share their stories and photos with us.
Why is marriage important to you? Share a photo that symbolizes your commitment to each other — whether it’s a wedding photo, a picture of your family or just an image that captures your love for one another. Post your photo to Tumblr using the hashtag #TIMEGayMarriage and you could appear on TIME.com