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updated 05/31/1993 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/31/1993 AT 01:00 AM EDT

STAR TRACKS 6
Sharon Stone dines out with the President. Tone-Loc saddles up for Posse. Joey Lawrence gets big brotherly, and more

UP FRONT

32 An epic—and anguished—battle over a 2-year-old named Jessica DeBoer pits the biological parents against the couple who have raised her since infancy

36 In London, Fleet Street goes to war over the Waleses' fighting words and a flurry of no-holds-barred books about the Windsors

38 At the World Music Awards in Monaco, Prince Albert and sisters Stephanie and Caroline put on a royal show with Michael Jackson, Tina Turner and—at the Prince's side again—Claudia Schiffer

40 A class of preschoolers in France survives a two-day hostage; drama thanks to the calm heroics of teacher Laurence Dreyfus

SCREEN 45
Lauren Holly scores a wicked one-two punch—as Bruce Lee's wife, Linda, in the hit movie Dragon and as Deputy Sheriff Maxine Stewart on TV's Picket Fences

STYLE 48
Forget her husband's battle to trim the deficit: Hillary Clinton visits super-shearer Frederic Fekkai—and tress-trackers nationwide wig out

HOST 50
At the Insect Club in Washington, D.C., the food isn't kosher—but it may be cricket

KIN 55
Sergei Khrushchev, son of the late Soviet leader Nikita, quietly builds a new life in the U.S.

CONTROVERSY 57
Marine Col. Fred Peek professes love for gay son Scott, but backs the military's ban

COVER 64
She's a noted singer, actress and director, but politicos are wondering these days what Barbra Streisand wants with Washington

SEQUEL 73
A kiss may be just a kiss, but some Frenchmen are suing over Robert Doisneau's famous photo

SPLIT 79
Crying poverty, '80s icon and ex-con Ivan Boesky is suing his ex-wife, Seema, for half her fortune and $20,000 a week in alimony

JOCKS 83
Only the second woman ever to race in the Indianapolis 500, Lyn St. James revs up

CRIME 87
Elizabeth Wilson, the feisty victim in Texas notorious condom-rape case, finally triumphs

SOLDIERS 90
Former Army nurse Diane Carlson Evans overcomes her searing memories of Vietnam and lobbies for a monument to the women who served there

PAGES 92
Newly appointed Rita Dove is another kind of Poet Laureate—young, gifted and black

MAIL 4
PICKS & PANS 11
THE INSIDER 31
PASSAGES 63
PUZZLER 76
CHATTER 94

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