Time special issue to look at extraordinary stories of the decade
TimeFrames will analyse how the world has changed since 2000
Time magazine will bring out a special issue this week - TimeFrames - where the single-topic issue will list the ten most important and influential stories of the past decade, including Hurricane Katrina, the 2000 election and the Iraq war.
TimeFrames hits newsstands on Friday, 26 November. The special will analyse how the world has changed over the first decade of the 21st century as well as "look at how these issues have impacted our culture."
Time magazine, in collaboration with CNN, will also produce a one-hour television programme hosted by CNN chief national correspondent and anchor John King, to be telecast on Thanksgiving, Thursday, 25 November.
The television special, featuring an interview with Time's managing editor Richard Stengel appearances by CNN & Time's Fareed Zakaria, and Time's Joe Klein and David Von Drehle, will be built entirely around the magazine's TimeFrames issue. Other special guests include Donald Trump and Sir Richard Branson.
Further, the show will display Time magazine's covers from the last decade to illuminate a wide variety of topics - from politics to pop culture.