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Chris Smith

November 4, 2002 | Feature
Name to a Face

After Matias Reyes's confession in the Central Park jogger case, one of his earlier victims finally discovers who attacked her.

October 21, 2002 | Feature
Central Park Revisited

Thirteen years ago, the Central Park jogger case gave callous new faces to New York's social breakdown and began to usher in the Giuliani era. Now a new confession has reopened old racial scars and raised questions about how police do their work.

September 15, 2002 | Feature
American Idol

From lame-duck mayor to GOP superstar, Rudy Giuliani has in the past year become "the hottest political property" in the country. The question is not whether he will run again -- but how far he can go.

September 8, 2002 | Fall Preview
Rise and Shine

After three decent major-label releases, Kim Richey lets fly a masterpiece.

August 25, 2002 | Feature
Tennis Stars -- And Stripes

As the 9/11 anniversary nears, this year's U.S. Open is going all-American.

August 12, 2002 | Profile
Trial by Fire

Controversial ex-FDNY head Thomas Von Essen sets out to save his reputation.

May 20, 2002 | Feature
Cardinal's Rules

Edward Egan climbed fast thanks to his gifts as a canon lawyer -- "I think in Latin," he's said -- and as a "man's man" whose ease with the powerful makes him an expert fund-raiser. Rome may be happy with his work. But the crisis is in New York.

April 8, 2002 | Feature
The Yankees' YES Man
March 18, 2002 | Feature
The Smoldering Fires of 9/11

Six months after that terrible day, the FDNY's struggles -- with budget cuts, union leaders, intrusive tourists, health and emotional problems, and the painful work of recovering the dead and caring for their families -- require a different kind of heroism.

December 24, 2001 | New York Awards
New York Awards: Sports

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