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December 11, 2006
Mr. Settlement

Sharpton’s “closer,” Sanford Rubenstein, to rep the 50-bullet victims.

December 11, 2006
Rudy’s Way Would Be to Shun Rev. Al

Bloomie embraces and Randy Mastro rolls his eyes.

December 4, 2006
Bonfire of the Puggle

Two forensic pathologists, an ex-con, and the hunt for one irresistible designer dog.

November 6, 2006
Stiffed

How the NYPD’s elite Cold Case Squad, which investigates long-unsolved crimes, is falling victim to a slow bureaucratic death.

October 23, 2006
The East Hampton Chain-Saw Incident

A swastika-loving 16-year-old, a Latino classmate, a bottle of vodka, and a power tool. The battle over immigration gets ugly in the shadow of wealth and privilege.

October 16, 2006
Rape, Justice, and the ‘Times’

“I’ve never felt so ill,” says one reporter about the paper’s coverage of the Duke lacrosse-team case. Luckily, a blogger’s on the story, too.

October 16, 2006
The Organ Grinder

The living need the dead like never before, and Michael Mastromarino had a Dickensian scheme for supplying the parts.

October 16, 2006
Under Surveillance

Another day, another fall from grace for a public figure with a checkered past. How to watch your back—and your cell phone, your e-mail, your husband ...

October 9, 2006
Gun Nuts

Can Bloomberg�s firearms initiatives hit their target? Turf wars, slander suits bedevil crusade.

October 9, 2006
Getting His Due

For forcing Swiss banks to repay their debts to Holocaust survivors, NYU law professor Burt Neuborne was hailed as a hero. Then he submitted his bill: $4,760,000.

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