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Mar 23, 2009
Vol. 71 No. 11
March 23, 2009
Britney's 'Circus' Comes to Town
The Comeback Kid Kicks Off Her High-Thrills Tour in New Orleans
Then and ... Wow!
What a Difference Better Hair—and a Better Stylist!—can Make, Taking These Stars from Frumpy to Fabulous
Jon & Kate 'I Did Not Cheat on Kate'
The Busiest Parents on TV Say the Split Rumors Aren't True—but Confess They're Going Through a Rocky Time Raising Eight Kids in the Spotlight
The Bachelor's Melissa Moves On
One Week After Her Public Breakup on The Bachelor, Melissa Rycroft Waltzes Onto Dancing with the Stars—and Talks About Her New Boyfriend
Could You Eat for $1 a Day?
To Make a Point About Living Healthfully, Rebecca Currie Searches for Fresh Food for Less
Idol's Lucky 13
Aww, Look How Cute! This Year's Top 13 American Idol Finalists Share Childhood Photos That Show They Had Star Power from the Get-Go
U.K. Reality Star Dying on TV
Seven Years After Breaking Out on Big Brother, British Tabloid Regular Jade Goody Keeps the Cameras Rolling as She Battles Terminal Cervical Cancer
On Their Own
These Young People Have "Aged Out" of Foster Care or Fled Troubled Families. They Dream of Homes, a Better Life—and Just a Little Bit of Help
Chris Brown & Rihanna: the Legal Battle Begins
Chris Brown Is Charged with Two Felonies—and Must Now Face Prosecutors and the Court of Public Opinion as Graphic Details of His Alleged Attack Surface
Patty Smyth and John McEnroe Still Rockin'
After Leaving the Limelight to Nest with Her Tennis Champ Husband and Their Blended Family, the Ex-Scandal Frontwoman Puts Out Her First Single in Over 10 Years
The People Weight-Loss Challenge!
In January We Took Six People from the Nation's Fattest Professions and Put Them on Diets. Check Out Who's Struggling—and Who's Succeeding
A Teen's Heartfelt Mission
After Nearly Dying of Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Kaitlin Forbes Teaches the Skills That Saved Her Life
He Rescued a Family from the Street
'My Scars Make Me Unique'
Tahlia Brookins Bares Her Third-Degree Burns from a Childhood Accident
'I Want My Son Back'
In 2004 David Goldman's Wife Stole Their Son Away to Live in Brazil. Today, After Her Death, He Is Still Fighting for the Boy's Return—and Now Has Hillary Clinton on His Side
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