Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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May 17, 2004
Vol. 61 No. 19
May 17, 2004
Justice for All
The White Kids Had a Bus. The Black Kids Had to Walk. Fifty Years After the Landmark Brown Decision, a Town Recalls How Its Struggle for Equality Helped Change America's Schools Forever
Kate Loses It!
After Gaining 60 Lbs. During Pregnancy, a Suddenly Slim Kate Hudson Wows New York
Jenny & Jane on the Block
In Next Year's Comedy Monster-in-Law, It'll Be J.Lo Vs. J.Fo, When Jane Fonda Comes Out of Retirement (It's Her First Film in 14 Years) and Does Battle with Jennifer Lopez. Offscreen "They're Getting Along Really Good," Says Director Robert Luketic.
Five Funny Stars Pay Tribute to Their Moms—Who (Almost) Always Got the Jokes
Heart of the Deal
After Romancing Model Melania Knauss for Five Years, Donald Trump Proposes a Permanent Merger.
Inside Iraq's House of Horrors
Charged with Tormenting Iraqi Prisoners, Sgt. Ivan Frederick Maintains His Innocence, but Photographs and Army Reports May Tell a Different, Terrible Tale
Don Schoendorfer's Brainstorm Gives the World's Disabled Poor a Priceless Gift—Mobility
After Half Her Face Was Torn Off by a Mountain Lion, Anne Hjelle Tells the Story of Her Survival and Inspiring Recovery
Frasier—The Only Show with a Moose, Three Cranes and 31 Emmys—Prepares to Leave the Building
I Don't Know How She Does It
A Husband in Iraq. A High-Powered Job. Six Toddlers Under One Roof. Here's How These Moms Make It Through the Day
Really, Every Actress Worth Her SAG Card Has One Nowadays: a Side Gig Singing in a Band
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