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
Jul 21, 2008
Vol. 70 No. 3
July 21, 2008
...and It's a Boy for Matthew and Camila!
The Singer & the Slugger Major League Mess
After Batting Away Her Own Split Rumors, Madonna Lands in the Center of New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez's Messy Divorce and Denies Reports She and the Baseball Star Had An Affair
Held Hostage by Colombian Rebels Since 2002, Ingrid Betancourt Is Joyously Reunited with Her Family
Christina's Tragic Loss
Christina Applegate Was Close to Her Ex Lee Grivas—Until He Was Found Dead from An Overdose on July 1
The Pregnant Man Gives Birth It's a Girl
In Oregon, Transgender Male Thomas Beatie Delivers a Healthy Daughter
Suicide or Murder?
Hugues De La Plaza Allegedly Stabbed Himself to Death—but Where's the Knife?
Christie Brinkley's Divorce: "It's Been Pure Torture"
As Shocking Details About Her Marriage to Peter Cook Emerge in Court, the Model Braces Herself for the Battle Over Their Kids
Best Friends Forever
Two Girls Born Without Thigh Bones—and Separated by a Thousand Miles—Share a Bond
His Free Cuts Lift Needy Kids' Spirits
He Won Six Gold Medals in Athens and Is Expected to Take as Many as Seven in Beijing This Summer. The Superstar Swimmer Fills in the Blanks About Everything from Dating to National Pride, Poker and His Pet Bulldog Herman
The Bachelorette at Last She Gets Her Man!
Heartbroken No More, Deanna Pappas Snags An Engagement Ring—and 'Soulmate,' Snowboarder Jesse Csincsak
Gone Too Soon
Ex-West Wing Actress NiCole Robinson Lost Her Son to a Rare Disorder. Now She's Fighting to Help Others
Karina Smirnoff of Dancing with the Stars Discusses Her Painful Split from Mario Lopez
Celeb Trend Tattoo Sleeves
Lower-Back Stamps? Initials Etched on Your Ankle? So 2005! Today's Body Art Makes a Much Bolder Statement
Tomatoes: Are They Safe?
After Targeting Them as the Likely Cause of a Salmonella Outbreak That Has Affected 971 People in 40 States, Federal Investigators Now Aren't So Sure Tomatoes Alone Are the Culprit. So What's a Salad Lover to Do? Experts Weigh in
From Star Search to Stardom
Twenty-Five Years Ago, TV's Groundbreaking Contest Began Giving Future Superstars Their First Taste of Fame
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