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Craig Horowitz

June 12, 2000 | Feature
Money: Harlem's Breakfast of Champions
May 29, 2000 | Feature
Rudy's Choice

After three weeks of remarkable melodrama, Mayor Giuliani's withdrawal from the race showed him to be a different man -- humble, grateful, ready to reach out. What changed him? His illness -- and his romance.

April 17, 2000 | Feature
The Cop and the Stalker

When Vinny Davis married Diane Pelatti, he got her ex-boyfriend, too -- a vicious young wiseguy who harassed the couple for fourteen years. Finally, Davis struck back -- and now he's the one on trial.

March 13, 2000 | Cityside
The Roots of Outrage

The Diallo case is making even moderate black leaders like Calvin Butts sound like radicals. How the mayor could mend fences -- and why he must.

February 7, 2000 | Feature
Winning the Cancer War

Thanks to a revolution in the understanding of cell biology, leading doctors predict that cancer and other killer diseases will be highly treatable in as little as five years. Can you hold on that long?

December 6, 1999 | Feature
The McCain Mutiny

In the backwash of the Clinton scandal, voters are more interested in the messenger than in the message, and that's made the freewheeling, straight-shooting John McCain a contender, even among Democrats. He may be against abortion and gun control -- but at least he believes in something.

October 25, 1999 | Feature
An Officer and an Atrocity

There are several conflicting theories about what happened in the 70th Precinct on the night Abner Louima was assaulted. Based on one of them, Charles Schwarz may spend the rest of his life in prison. A reexamination of the city's most depraved police-brutality case.

September 6, 1999 | Feature
Rebuilding the Barrio

With burgeoning Mexican and Dominican presences and a rapidly changing economy, East Harlem, the city's original Puerto Rican enclave, is struggling to redefine itself for a new century.

June 21, 1999 | Profile
Kosovo's Unlikeliest Casualties

The extraordinary life and tragic death of David and Penny McCall, power couple -- and patron saints.

April 19, 1999 | Feature
The Fall of Supermayor

Suddenly, after years of dominating city politics, Mayor Giuliani is vulnerable, and protesters -- and internal dissension -- are taking a toll. Can Rudy change course and salvage his second term?

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