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Dec 26, 2005
Vol. 64 No. 26
December 26, 2005
The Top of 2005
Our Year in the White House
It Was a Tough 12 Months. But in a Talk with People, President Bush and the First Lady Say That They—and the American People—Are Up to the Challenge
Long Before Eddie Murphy or Chris Rock, He Mined His Life as a Black Man for Laughs and Changed the Face of American Comedy
A Look Back at 2005
We Bid Farewell to Comedic Legend Richard Pryor, Say Hello to Unexpected New Romances and Discover What's Next for Jennifer Aniston
A By-the-Numbers Look at the Twists and Turns—They're Happily Married! No, Wait, They're Annulled!—of Hollywood's Most Whiplash-Inducing Relationships
They Said It This Year
Out of the Mouths of Stars—Some of 2005's More Memorable Comments and Declarations
Did These Fashion Plates Go Too Far—or Was It Just a Lean Year?
This Year's Fads
What We Obsessed Over in '05
These Dazzlers Lit Up the Red Carpet with Surprising Color, Rich Fabrics and Glittering Detail
New and Used Items We'd Like to Bid on
Newsmakers of the Year
Unthinkable Disasters, Astonishing Revelations—and Remarkable Human Spirit: Here Are the People Who Made 2005 Memorable
Hall of Shame
Bad Mistakes, Big Missteps, You Have to Wonder—Did They Really Do That?
Katrina's Littlest Evacuees
Hundreds of Newborns Were Stranded in Hospitals When the Hurricane Hit. Separated from Their Families, Airlifted Out Through the Storm, These Babies Found Their Happy Endings
I Do! I Do!
It Was a Year of Lavish Spectacles, Secret Ceremonies, Barefoot Brides and Big Surprises
Julia's Twins Celebrated Their First Birthday This Year, but a Whole New Cast of Tiny Stars Made Their Big Debuts
They Stood Out from the Pack This Year. We Can't Wait to See What Happens Next...
Surviving the Tsunami
Southeast Asia's Epic Disaster Claimed the Life of His Partner, Photographer Fernando Bengoechea, While the Two Were Vacationing in Sri Lanka. Now, Decorator Nate Berkus, with Help from Oprah Winfrey and Others, Has Begun to Heal
Witness to the London Bombings
The British Entrepreneur and Adventurer Recalls the Day His Beloved City Was Jolted by Terrorism
As We Usher in a New Year, People Looks Back at Personalities Whose Lives Made a Lasting Impact on Our Own
Violence Rages on in Iraq Arid Afghanistan, Where at Press Time, a Combined 2,401 U.S. Soldiers Have Died in the Line of Duty. In Order of Their Passing, Here Are the Names of the 903 Valiant Men and Women Who Gave Their Lives in the Past Year
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