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October 5, 1998
The Best Man?

New York's Senate race has left national gay leaders in a painful bind: Will they reward the Senate's most pro-gay Republican or back his more reliable Democratic rival?

October 5, 1998
Political Science Fiction

Republicans and pundits bet that the videotape would convince us the Clinton presidency is over. But the upcoming election could prove them wrong yet again.

September 7, 1998
Wolff's Brill's Content

When Steve Brill decided to investigate me, I decided to investigate him back -- and therein discovered the "true" nature (more or less) of his overreaching crusade.

July 27, 1998
Deep Impact

That deadly asteroid homing in on Geraldine Ferraro's campaign is Charles Schumer, who has the record and now the money to win the primary and take on Al D'Amato.

June 29, 1998
Double Exposure

In 1996 and '97, the city routinely subjected minor offenders to humiliating strip searches -- a policy that could now cost all of us as much as $1 billion in damages.

June 8, 1998
Deep Impact

That deadly asteroid homing in on Geraldine Ferraro's campaign is Charles Schumer, who has the record and now the money to win the primary and take on Al D'Amato.

June 1, 1998
Ticket Masters?

The shade of the late Arthur Goldberg -- great man, terrible candidate -- hovers above Rye, where Democrats will gather to select candidates for statewide offices.

January 19, 1998
Whose Life Is It, Anyway?

There might be something, after all, to Woody Allen's insistence that his art isn’t imitating his life: Lately, in fact, it seems to be imitating Philip Roth's.

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