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Craig Horowitz

March 22, 1999 | Feature
The Connection Man

The mourners at the funeral of New York Post editorial-page editor Eric Breindel ran the gamut from Bobby Kennedy Jr. to David Dinkins to Rudy Giuliani to Rupert Murdoch to Norman Podhoretz. How did a right-wing ideologue (with a heroin bust on his résumé) become the power elite's favorite journalist?

February 8, 1999 | Feature
The Time-Bomb Genes

More and more women are being tested for genetic defects that can cause breast and ovarian cancer. But learning you are at risk presents a near-impossible choice: Should you remove healthy breasts and ovaries to combat a disease you may never get? A report from the medical frontier.

April 27, 1998 | Feature
America’s Jews Israel’s Lost Tribe?

At age 50, Israel is obsessed with its own troubles, and American Jews feel pushed away. No wonder no one could agree on a birthday celebration.

January 26, 1998 | Feature
The Anti-Sharpton

Calvin Butts, Harlem’s Reverend Inside, thinks black New York needs new leaders. (Reverend Outside begs to differ.)

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