Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,155 covers and 54,454 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
Nov 05, 2001
Vol. 56 No. 19
November 05, 2001
Serving on Two Fronts
While Most of the 32,325 National Guard Members and Reservists Called Up to Battle Terrorism Are Still Awaiting Orders, Some Have Already Faced Down the Enemy
Viva Las Vegas!
With Only Their Moms Watching, Parents-to-Be Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf Secretly Say 'I Do'
Gone Too Soon
Four Years After Losing Her Husband to Cancer, Katie Couric Mourns Her Sister Emily
It's Only Rock and Roll, but Paul McCartney, The Who and Others Turn Music into Millions for Victims of the Terrorist Attacks
Pitching Through Pain
Dazzling Even Under Personal Stress, World Series Hurler Curt Schilling Throws Heart and Soul into His Game
Heir of Mystery
His Wife Disappeared Years Ago. Now Robert Durst Faces Charges in a Texas Murder
Love & Marriage
Former Bundy Babe Christina Applegate Gets Married...with Romance
Her Hymn Endures
A Rocky Mountain High Moved Katharine Lee Bates to Write 'America the Beautiful'
Going with the Flow
Searching for 10 Years, 3 Friends Find 240 Unknown Waterfalls—in Yellowstone
A Political Lifer with the Common Touch, Michigan's Debbie Stabenow Makes Some Noise in the Senate
Power of Attorney
Jackie Haberfeld Cuts Through Red Tape for Those Who Lost Loved Ones on Sept. 11
Up and Addams
Jimmy Workman, the Boy Who Played the Portly Pugsley Onscreen, Aims for a Post-Brat Career
The Corporate World's Boldest Boss, Jack Welch, Gears Up to Chill Out.
Iron Monkey's Donnie Yen Knows Not to Mess with Mom: She Taught Him All His Martial Arts Moves
Back to Cool
With Glamor, Dancing and Jokes—Not to Mention a Surprise Guest—the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards Suggest That, Yes, Once Again It's Okay to Play
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