Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 21, 2006
Vol. 66 No. 8
August 21, 2006
The Killers in Apt. 1083?
Fifteen Dead, 29 Injured: A Plague of Serial Killers Turned Phoenix into a City Under Siege. The Arrest Last Week of Suspects Brought Some Relief—but One Madman, the Baseline Killer, Still Lurks
The Boys Are Back
Brad, George, Matt and the Gang Reunite in Vegas to Film Ocean's Thirteen
Keeping Hope Alive
Despite Bones So Brittle They Can Snap at the Touch of a Hand, 6-Year-Old Hope Moss Strives to Be Just Another Kid
Little Big Man
To Lose 90 Lbs., Michael Clarke Duncan Had to Run (Holding a Tractor Tire), Pump and Pass on the Chips
Should He Be Forced to Have Chemo?
Sixteen-Year-Old Abraham Cherrix Has Hodgkin's Disease. He Wants to Treat It with Alternative Medicine, but the County Disagrees
As the Star of a Hit Show and a Mom to a 2-Year-Old Who Doesn't Throw Tantrums, Weeds Actress Mary-Louise Parker Has Found Her Groove
Whose Dog Is It Anyway?
Thousands of Pets Lost During Katrina Found New Homes—but Now Some Former Owners Want Them Back
Joe Nichols Comes Clean
The Guy Behind 'Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off' Admits Drinking and Drugs Made His Brain Shut Down—Until He Got Help
With a Van Full of Paint, Glitter and Gluesticks, Carmella Ricciardelli Keeps Thousands of Kids Happy on Long Summer Nights
A Chilling Photo
CSI: Miami Star Eva La Rue Learns Her Sister Once Posed for a Real-Life Killer
Sheryl Crow & John Mayer
Back to the Beach!
Cliques, Cat Fights and Class Prom: Laguna Beach Returns with New Faces and Fresh Dramas
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