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May 21, 2007
Vol. 67 No. 20
May 21, 2007
Paris' New Cell
A Judge Sentences Paris Hilton to 45 Days Behind Bars. If She Loses Her Appeal, What's in Store for Her in the Clink?
After the Fury
Last Week Greensburg, Kans., Disappeared in 12 Minutes. Survivors of the Monster Tornado Tell Their Stories
One Mother's Crusade for Early Warning Radios
Dancing with the Stars' Laila Ali My Father, Myself
As Muhammad Ali, Battling Parkinson's, Visits to Cheer Her On, His Daughter Tells How Dad Taught Her Self-Confidence—and Courage
Formidable, Definitely. But—Displaying Spontaneity and Compassion on Her Fourth State Visit—81-year-old Queen Elizabeth Reminds Americans She's Likable Too
'Yes, I Use Botox'
Oscar-nominated Virginia Madsen Reveals Why, at 45, She Regularly Goes Under the Needle—and What It's Like to Age in Hollywood
Cutie for Tootie!
The Facts of Life's Kim Fields Welcomes Her First Child, Son Sebastian
After 35 Years of Shopping Games, Giddy Contestants and Fabulous Prizes, Bob Barker Bids Farewell to The Price Is Right
The Stars of Heroes and Their ... Super Moms
Sure, They Can Fly, Bend Time and Read Minds. But for the Cast of TV's Hit Superhero Drama, the Person Who Really Wears the Cape in the Family Is Mom
Setting Boys Free
It's Time to Turn Off Those Video Games—The Dangerous Book for Boys Is Here to Teach Kids Some Time-honored Skills
Taylor Swift: Country's Teen Queen
Swapping High School Prom for a Tour with Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift Is Nashville's Star Pupil
A Bedtime Tale, from Jail
To Stay Close to Their Kids, Dads Read Them Stories—from Behind Bars
Home on the Range
Judy and Jerry Horton Built a Ranch in Texas with a Purpose: To Give Daughter Kelly and Other Young Adults with Down Syndrome a Meaningful Livelihood and Sense of Belonging
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