Table of Contents

Cover Story

It's good to be King

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | CNN's Larry King talks about objective journalism, faith, and cultural decline. And, for the first time, suggests his days with struggling CNN might be…

In this issue: "Interview with Larry King," July 28, 2001

Features

Politics of starvation

By Mindy Belz

International | Sudanese children in "no-go" areas will remain on the brink of death unless a U.S. delegation can change the way the world feeds the war's hungry

AI: Artificially intrusive

By Chris Stamper

National | IBM replaces tech guy with a Virtual Help Desk that may fix things that aren't broken; dot-com downturn doesn't dampen Net use; beware geeks bearing advice

Times are Ford tough

By Lynn Vincent

National | The service economy and Ford take a hit, while AOL Time Warner and FERC centralize power

A new modest proposal

By Gene Edward Veith

National | Harvesting embryonic children for their stem cells is evil, even if it would cure Parkinson's disease

Persuading a president

By Tim Graham

National | An adopted embryo named Hannah provides pro-life forces a human face in the stem-cell debate, but the private battle for the heart of President Bush rages on

Dispatches

Quotables

People from other countries want to see where Clinton was born, and then they always head to Memphis to see where Elvis lived. Beckie Moore, director of the…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

A QUARTER OF A BILLION MEGA-DITTOES: Rush Limbaugh is loaded. Swimming in cash. Filthy rich. Premiere Radio Networks says the host's new nine-year contract is…

The Buzz

By The Editors

AS BEIJING GETS THE GAMES, OLYMPICS CHAIRMAN LEAVES UNDER SIMILAR CONTROVERSY AS WHEN HE ENTERED Passing a tainted torch The 21-year reign of the most…

Flash Traffic

By The Editors

Political buzz from Washington

Culture

Crazy like a Fox

By Cal Thomas

Culture | The Fox News Channel has discovered the recipe for attracting viewers

The Movies

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 movies in popularity as measured by box office receipts for the weekend of July 15

Columnists

Thinking small

By Marvin Olasky

But North Lawndale's Wayne Gordon goes deep

Passenger at the well

By Andrée Seu

Talking to a stranger on the afternoon train

Mailbag

You mean, like, shallow? Bless Andree Seu's heart for attempting a positive look at the uproar over The Prayer of Jabez ("Nugget of gold," June 23). For all…

A standard, maybe

By Joel Belz

Will evangelicals unite around a new Bible translation?

Issue Cover