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Craig Horowitz

July 16, 2001 | Feature
A Cop's Tale

Seven years ago Detective Zack Zahrey walked into a station house to look into the murder of a schoolyard hoops pal -- and walked out a suspect. The victim of an overzealous investigator and a crooked informer, Zahrey has aimed a $40 million lawsuit squarely at the way cops -- and prosecutors -- play the game.

July 9, 2001 | Feature
DEFCON Judith

As the World War III of divorces draws to a close, publisher Judith Regan detonates a new A-bomb -- on her ex-divorce lawyer.

April 9, 2001 | Feature
Divided We Stand

When Ehud Barak put Jerusalem on the bargaining table, it sealed his political fate. But dividing the holiest of cities is still the best way of saving it.

January 15, 2001 | Feature
The Not So Private Eye

Some investigators make a point of being inconspicuous. Not Bill Stanton. In the past he's hung out with Bruce Willis and Sly Stallone, and now he's a fixture at Elaine's and the China Club. His nightlife, he says, is for his business -- it's not a bad way to make a living.

November 6, 2000 | Feature
Beyond Hip and Unhip, There's the China Club

Back when the China Club started, Reagan was president and Adam Ant was a major musical figure. After fifteen years as one of the hottest rock clubs in history, it's as strong as ever. (Where do you think the Yankees party?) The secret? No attitude.

November 6, 2000 | The City Politic
The Zion Game

Will a Bush administration be "good for the Jews," or should supporters of Israel worry that Dubya's foreign policy might be a replay of his dad's pro-Arab tilt?

October 30, 2000 | The City Politic
The Arafat Expert

The author of the Oslo accords always knew Arafat was capable of derailing the peace process, but he believed -- and still believes -- that it's the only option.

October 23, 2000 | The City Politic
What's Left?

After the violence, many of Israel's longtime peace advocates are wondering whether they've been duped. But others ask: Is there another option?

August 21, 2000 | Feature
The Kosher Campaign

News of Al Gore's mitzvah sent a joyful shock wave through the city's Jewish circles. And New Yorkers' confident answers to the inevitable worries (is the country really ready? Is Joseph Lieberman somehow too Jewish?) show a community in vigorous (if very contentious) health.

July 17, 2000 | Feature
Sons and Killers

The Brown family lived the kind of life that's the envy of their Long Island neighbors: a successful business, luxury cars, golf at the country club. But when his parents were found bludgeoned to death, Steven Brown wondered: Could his own brother have been the most envious of all?

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