Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,154 covers and 54,382 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
Jun 13, 2005
Vol. 63 No. 23
June 13, 2005
Will You Marry Me?
Garth Brooks Poses for a Statue, Then Poses the Big Question at the Unveiling. And Longtime Love Trisha Yearwood Says Yes
I Love Paris in the Springtime
After a Five-Month Courtship, Human Photo Op Paris Hilton and Super Rich Greek Shipping Heir Paris Latsis Announce Their Engagement
Mystery Solved: Deep Throat Revealed
After More Than 30 Years of Silence, the Family of Former FBI Agent Mark Felt Says He's the Man Who Helped Bring Down Nixon
With a New Husband and Raves for Cinderella Man, Renée Zellweger Heads for Her Own Happy Ending
What Happened to Shasta and Dylan?
Weeks After Police Found Their Big Brother, Mother and Her Boyfriend Brutally Murdered, These Idaho Siblings Remain Missing—and Police Have Few Leads
Carrie Got the Votes, but Bo's Red Hot. Who Will Be the Real Winner?
Carrie got the votes, but Bo's red hot. Who will be the real winner?
The Greatest Gift
With His Kidneys Failing, Sitcom Star George Lopez Got a Transplant from the Person Closest to Him-His Wife
Help on the Home Front
Spare Cash, a Wedding Dress or Simply a Hug: For Some, 'Support Our Troops' Isn't Just a Bumper Sticker
Putting Things Right
Facing Charges and Seeking Psychological Help, Runaway Bride Jennifer Wilbanks Writes a Check to Her City
A Do-It-Yourselfer Says 'I Do'
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's Constance Ramos
Nicole Richie's Thin Man
Adam Goldstein (aka DJ AM) Drops 155 Lbs
Breast Milk Is Now Available Online. But Is It Good for Baby?
Wearing Out Their Bodies?
As More Kids Train for Sports Like Pros, They're Suffering Grown-Up Injuries
Actors from the Hit Broadway Show (Plus Rosario Dawson) Find a New Home—Onscreen
The Children of the Tsunami
What Happened to the Orphans? Grieving but Determined, Young Victims in the Region Hit Hardest by the Disaster Face An Uncertain Future
The Boys Are Back!
After Some Roller-Coaster Highs and Lows in Their Personal Lives, the Backstreet Boys Return with Their First CD in Four Years
Baby on the Way
Talk About Top of the Pops! Rod Stewart Takes on Fatherhood for the Sixth Time with Fiancée Penny Lancaster
Paige Adams-Geller Battled Anorexia and Became the Queen of Jeans
I Remember Anne Frank
In a Rare Interview, Miep Gies, 96, Talks About Trying to Save the Extraordinary Young Girl from the Nazis
More Green Less Screen
Put Down That Game Boy! Step Away from the TV! More Nature, Author Richard Louv Tells Kids, Can Soothe Body and Soul
Eddie Albert: 1906-2005
The Veteran Hollywood Good Guy Made Green Acres the Place to Be
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