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Jan 24, 2005
Vol. 63 No. 3
January 24, 2005
Phantom of the Opera's: Emmy Rossum
Arms of the Law
Jude Laws Christmas Surprise for Sienna Miller? A Big Ring—and a Wedding Proposal
Andrea Yates: Could She Go Free?
A Stunning Court Decision May Win Her a New Trial
Stalked by E-Mail
The Internet's Anonymity Gives Creeps Cover to Harass and Terrorize. Some Women Are Fighting Back
What Will She Wear?
Her Waistline Shrinking and Her Popularity Soaring, Laura Bush Gets Set to Light Up Inaugural Week in D.C.
Queer Eye for Girls
Bravo's Hit Makeover Show Undergoes a Sex Change for Its Spinoff, Queer Eye for the Straight Girl. Meet the New Team:
After Losing His Son to AIDS, the South African Icon Urges His People to Open Up About An Epidemic
A Daughter Lost, a Love Affirmed
Looking to the Future—with Grief Still in Their Hearts—Stu Breisch and Sally Nelson Wed in a Thai Hospital Nearly Two Weeks After the Tsunami Killed His Child Kali, 15
Lost in Translation Star Scarlett Johansson Paints the Town Red with Two New Films
The Girl Who Can't Feel Pain
Ashlyn Blocker Never Has a Tummy Ache or Cries About a Scraped Knee. But Her Rare Condition Also Robs Her of Fear and Caution and Makes Her World a Strange and Dangerous Place
Out on a Limb
Here Come the Sap-a-Razzi! James Balog Goes to Dizzying Heights to Take Stunning Photos of Trees
Rich Anna Poor Anna
After Losing An $88.5 Million Inheritance, Anna Nicole Smith Vows to Go to the Supreme Court
Psssst...What's the Answer?
No Problem. Some Teachers Worry High-Tech Electronics, Mixed with Old-Fashioned Sneakiness, Are Making Cheating Easier and More Widespread Than Ever Before
Paul Rusesabagina Stared Down Killers, Saved 1,268 Lives and Inspired the Acclaimed Film Hotel Rwanda
A Hero to Fans, a Horror to Critics, Eliot Spitzer Takes Aim at His Biggest Target—Becoming New York's Governor
Lost's Naveen Andrews
The British Actor Plays Sexy Sayid on the Hit ABC Show. Offscreen He Thrives on Actress Barbara Hershey's Kisses
While Most Students Only Read About Africa, Teacher—and Tribesman—Joseph Lekuton Takes Them There
British TV's No-Nonsense Supernanny Jo Frost Brings Her Child-Rearing Tips to America
In French Women Don't Get Fat, Mireille Guiliano Explains How They Stay Slim Without Saying Au Revoir to Fromage
Gwen Stefani Hits An Edgy, Playful Note on the Red Carpet—and in a Cheeky New Style Line
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