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Nina Burleigh

January 22, 2007 | Intelligencer
From Baghdad to the L.I.E.

How an Iraqi archaeologist survived Saddam Hussein, only to have to flee to Long Island in the face of the civil war.

July 9, 2001 | Feature
White Power

Against Arab terrorists or Wall Street criminals, U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White always plays to win. But is investigating the president who appointed you really such a good career move?

January 22, 2001 | Feature
Johnnie Come Lately

Six years after O.J., Johnnie Cochran is living on 57th Street, teaming up with Al Sharpton on police-brutality cases, and vowing he's done with criminal law. His final challenge: making sure the D.A. doesn't lay a glove on Puffy.

January 24, 2000 | Feature
Pictures From an Execution

An art gallery tries not to cause a "Sensation" with its new show.

October 18, 1999 | Feature
Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams

At the Russian Tea Room, Warner LeRoy unwraps a fabulous Fabergé egg of a restaurant -- even as a messy divorce threatens to divide his kingdom.

April 5, 1999 | Feature
The New Healers

Backed by an army of celebrity patients, buttressed by clinical studies, alternative medicine is winning new respect in New York. Some of the best practitioners in the world are a cab ride away. And also some of the loopiest.

January 18, 1999 | Feature
The Trouble with Harry Winston

When he died in 1978, Harry Winston left his two sons the most prestigious diamond emporium in the world. Now their decade-long battle has gotten so nasty that neither one may get the company. Nina Burleigh reports on the fight for the family jewels.

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