- February 23, 2004 | 2004 Race
- Gong Show
Despite all the gaffes, the good doctor hopes a strong voter turnout in Wisconsin will restore his street cred in New York.
- June 16, 2003 | Feature
- Justice for Allen
When Allen Myerson jumped from the fifteenth floor of the New York Times building, it wasn’t just the tragic end to a respected editor’s life. It was the beginning of a ferocious battle between his estranged wife and the sisters who accuse her of “murdering” him.
- October 28, 2002 | Feature
- Mother's Day
Camille Colvin would use any means to retrieve her son from her ex in China, but in the end, she just took matters into her own hands.
- August 25, 2002 | Feature
- The Lost Boy
When 4-year-old Griffin Guo was kidnapped by his father on an East Side street and taken back to China, it was a terrible consequence of a divorce not only between two people but between two cultures. And Griffin's mother, Camille, knows what a hard road she'll have to travel to get her son back.
- May 6, 2002 | Feature
- If You Knew Suzy...
As the top editor, Suzy Wetlaufer brought spark and energy to the stolid pages of the Harvard Business Review while regaling colleagues with tales of her exploits among the moguls featured in the magazine. Then she met Jack Welch, and good things really started coming to life.
- April 15, 2002 | Feature
- Jail Bait
Awaiting trial for murder in a Texas prison, real-estate scion Bobby Durst reaches out for support.
- March 29, 2002 | Feature
- GOTHAM EXTRA
Did Bobby Durst Put It in Writing?
- March 12, 2001 | Feature
- Who Killed the Gangster's Daughter?
Writer Susan Berman, whose devoted circle of intimates included real-estate scion Bobby Durst, didn't discover her roots as a Mafia princess until a freewheeling stint at New York in the seventies. Her father died of natural causes, but she was murdered, gangland-style, in L.A. just before Christmas -- leaving questions worthy of one of her own mysteries.
- November 20, 2000 | Feature
- Election Diaries:
Pal of Al
On the longest election night in history, Steve Armistead is doing what he's always done: taking care of his childhood pal, Al Gore.
- October 23, 2000 | Feature
- Woman on Top
As the shamelessly sexual Samantha on Sex and the City, Kim Cattrall is proving to a new generation of single women (and men) that bad girls don't always get punished. Just ask her husband.