The Pity of War
A 14-year-old Afghan girl is inadvertently killed by shrapnel from a U.S. mortar strike (Time)
Extreme Couponers Get Groceries for (Almost) Free
Her framing business subsided, so Treasure Philips devotes most of her efforts to strategizing how to get big supermarket discounts. (Time)
Holy Cow Jumping!
The sport of Course Landaise, France's answer to bullfighting, combines leaping, spinning and smarter bovines. (Time)
Paying for Petting Time in Japan's Cat Cafes
An Osaka café provides feline lovers with a place to get their kitty fixes. (Time)
Rape in Haiti's Tent Cities
Following the devastating earthquake, many Haitian women and girls now face a new kind of terror. (Time)
Komodo: Living with the Deadly Dragons
The world's largest and most dangerous lizards live on an Indonesian island where residents -- and tourists -- give them a wide berth. (Time)
The Fish That Could Feed Haiti
Fish farming seems like a natural enterprise for this island nation, but it took a hard-working consultant from Ivory Coast to make it happen. (Time)
Ready, Set, Solve: A Crossword Puzzle Showdown
The documentary 'Wordplay' inspires newbies to compete against its star -- the five-time reigning champion of the annual tournament. (Time)
They Might Be Giants of Science
With the release of the quirky alternative-rock duo's latest children's album, they reveal the appeal, and challenges, of entertaining kids. (Time)
Saving the Man Who Saved My Life
An American writer races to aid the badly injured Port-au-Prince orphanage manager who had once helped cure him of malaria. (Time)