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June 26, 2006
Engaged, Never Married

The day before he went to Iraq, Army Reserve Sergeant Joe Velez of the Bronx decided to marry his girlfriend. Last week, he was killed by a roadside bomb.

October 3, 2005
Pining for Bork

He was as divisive a Supreme Court nominee as can be imagined. But Democrats should hope they get a pick like him. Here’s why.

September 19, 2005
Katrina and The Clintons

The flood in New Orleans gives a sharp new focus to Bill Clinton’s New York conference—and a boost to Hillary’s presidential hopes.

May 9, 2005
Al Qaeda’s New York

The terrorists are still obsessed with the city—which is why the NYPD is trying to learn to think like terrorists.

November 22, 2004
Phase Three

This issue completes the three-part renovation of New York Magazine that we began earlier this fall.

May 24, 2004
Equal Wrongs

The images of women abusing Iraqis, and having sex in front of them, are shocking. But in committing wartime atrocities, a woman can be just like a man.

May 24, 2004
The Prince of Pop

Downtown restaurant manager Tim Moore served the stars, then became one himself—an intimate to thousands whose kindness was repaid in murder.

March 22, 2003
Twisted Seven Sister

Are women’s magazines run by a liberal cabal, as Myrna Blyth, former editor-in-chief of Ladies’ Home Journal, alleges? A colleague begs to differ.

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