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Cover Stories

Litigator with a cause

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Ken Connor seems to work in reverse. As an attorney in Florida, he helped put eldercare issues on the national political map. Now, as the new president of the…

Cover Stories


by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Enfeebled by age and unwilling to burden their families, many seniors waste away in nursing homes. But with millions of baby boomers beginning to peer into…

In this issue: "Aging in place," March 31, 2001


Memo to Washington

By Mindy Belz

International | Beyond empathy: A high-profile policy on Sudan needs careful behind-the-scenes calculations

Back to basics?

By Gene Edward Veith

National | The failure of the XFL and the return of baseball's high strike may signal a recovery of civilization

Faith card or race card?

By Tim Graham

National | Supporters of "charitable choice" go negative as others raise questions about the proposal



The helm is right here-and that means in this chair for now, constitutionally, until the vice president gets here. Alexander Haig, then-secretary of state, to…


By The Editors

A glut o' glitterati:Julia Roberts complained about George Bush to an interviewer, saying "Republican comes in the dictionary just after reptile and just…


By The Editors

Thirty-three years after rescuing a fellow Marine whose name he still doesn't know, 52-year-old Jim Lockhart of Topeka, Kan., received the military's third…

The Buzz

By The Editors

PLEA DEAL: CLINTON DONOR ACCEPTS RECORD FINE FOR ILLEGAL CONTRIBUTIONS Not Riady to rumble Indonesian businessman James Riady, sometime churchgoer and…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political Buzz from Washington


Video Rentals

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 videos in popularity as measured by rental receipts for the week ended March 11

Failing into success

By Beth Impson

Culture | A basketball player's trials led him down a life-changing road


Go for the vouchers

By Joel Belz

Time to cut through the malarkey and give them a test

True character

By Marvin Olasky

Four theories of change, but only one offers true hope


Drilling me softly Thanks to Marvin Olasky for his "third definition" of the word proselytize in the March 3 issue ("Nonnegotiable"). I represent a group of…

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