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December 14, 1998
Geraldo's Last Laugh

Just when Geraldo Rivera scored a $36 million NBC contract and a shot at network legitimacy, he came out as Bill Clinton's passionate prime-time defender, driving his already scornful brethren mad. Does broadcasting's outlaw really want to join the establishment, or is he having too much fun being himself?

December 7, 1998
Painful Choices

One spring evening, 7-year-old Kara Ramos ate a rare hamburger at a family party. Days later she was lying in the hospital, trembling with pain as E. coli toxins coursed through her body. She screamed at her mother's touch. That's when Kara's doctor gave her parents a choice: Would they allow her to become the 28th child in America to take an experimental drug? It was the toughest decision they'd ever had to make. And they had to make it right away.

December 7, 1998
Tony Ricco Sleeps Very Well, Thank You.

Defending lowlifes hasn't made him Mr. Popularity. But he knows firsthand what his clients are up against -- and where they've come from.

October 19, 1998
Venice Off the Menu

In the off-season, Venice still has everything the savvy sybarite will ever need -- except the crowds.

October 19, 1998
*Hot Spots Paris*
October 19, 1998
Paris Never Forgets

The City of Light turns misty and introspective in winter -- a capital of nostalgia for pilgrims in search of their own past.

October 19, 1998
*Hot Spots London*
October 19, 1998
London Prowl

London's true northern soul comes out only in wintry weather -- on its hidden side streets and in its cozy pubs.

October 19, 1998
*Hot Spots Sydney*
October 19, 1998
Sydney Side Up

It's summer at the bottom of the world, but Sydney has a lot more than great beaches to gloat about.

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