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Dec 28, 1992
Vol. 38 No. 26
December 28, 1992
Letter from the Editor
Bill Clinton & Hillary Rodham Clinton
In Their First Joint Interview Since the Election, They Talk About Christmas, Chelsea and An Arkansas Hot Line to the White House
Peddling Soft Drinks, Style Tips or Workout Videos, This Supermodel (and Hollywood Wife) Remains Refreshingly Down-to-Earth
Liberated by His Billions from Conventional Politics, the Blunt-Spoken Texan Played by His Own Rules
With a Riveting Performance in the Epic Malcolm X, the Elegant Actor Joins the Ranks of Elite Leading Men
Unable to Keep Her Misery with Charles Under Her Hat, Britain's Beloved Royal Reached the End of the Road to Happily Never After
Accused of Crimes Against Trust, He Twists, Protesting, in the Wind
Hotter Than Big Bird, He's the Superstar of the Terrible Twos
Billy Ray Cyrus
A Honky-Tonk Heartthrob Gives Pop An "Achy Breaky Heart" Attack
The Road to the White House Ran Through the Bare Bones Studio of the Ebullient Everyman from Brooklyn
The Author of Waiting to Exhale Enjoys the Sweet High of Commercial Success and Breaks New Ground for Black Writers
The Plucky Youngster Won a Divorce from His Biological Mother
She KO'd Iron Mike but Remains More Victim Than Victor
Not Quailing, Murphy's Creator Defended Her TV Family's Values
The Movies! The Album! The Naughty Pictures! Once Again Madonna Was Everywhere, Shouting, "Look at Me—Every Inch of Me!"
An Astrophysicist Completes the Blueprint of Creation
Today's Savvy Co-Anchor Put Her Show Back on Top by Excelling at the Tough and Fluff—and by Making Bryant Not So Gruff
An Italian Superhunk Steps Off the Covers of Romance Novels and into the Hearts (and Cash Registers) of An Adoring Nations
Stricken with AIDS, the Tennis Star Presents a Profile in Courage
Whether He Was Being Presidential or Pubescent, the Chameleon Funnyman Clearly Captured a Comedy Mandate
The Nation's Top Health Researcher Champions a Cause: Women
Carol Moseley Braun
In the Year of the Woman, She Made History—and the Senate
A Master of Pleasure Gave Art Lovers the Time of Their Lives
A Glacial Goddess Ignites a Hollywood Meltdown
Suddenly, Her Whoops Pack a Powerful New Wallop. Actress, Author, Activist—There's No Stopping This Sister's Act.
Just Zip It!
There They Were—Smart, Successful, Mysterious. Then They Opened Their Mouths and Spoiled It All. Oh, How We Wish They Hadn't Shared These Thoughts. (Like, Who Asked Them Anyway?) How We Wish We Could Have Our Illusions Back. How We Wish They'd Just Give It a Rest.
Love and Hisses
Meet the Achiest, Breakiest and Let-Them-Eat-Cakiest Couples of the Year
Samaritan in Somalia
As U.S. Forces Reach Out to the Starving, American Relief Worker Mary Taylor Looks Beyond the Despair, the Disease and the Violence—and Sees the Stubborn Survivor, Hope
The King & I
Sure, Carville Got the Credit, but Clinton May Really Owe It All to Elvis
Curtain Up, Curtain Down
The Great Ones Always Know When It's Time to Move Over. Or Roll Over. From Bird (Larry) to Dog (Millie), They Did Just That in 1992. Let Us Honor Their Gracious Goodbyes as They Take Their Final Bows. As for the New Faces...Socks, You're On.
Bosnia's War Orphans Survive a Harrowing Trip to Germany, and the Injured Farm Boy from North Dakota Starts College. We Catch Up with Some of the Year's Biggest Headliners.
Good Friends and Celebrated Colleagues Say Thanks for the Memories to the Champs and Charmers Who Touched Us All
Taking Their Licks!
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