April 26, 2004
After the killing of U.S. Army Spc. Michelle Witmer in Iraq, her two soldier sisters are relieved to learn they won't have to go back.
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and John Stamos separate after five years of marriage.
A failed sitcom behind her, My Big Fat Greek Wedding's Nia Vardalos returns to the big screen in Connie and Carla.
Pamela Martinez got her life sentence overturned – but her past comes back to haunt her.
Arthur Agatston's South Beach Diet is hotter than a Florida summer.
Stephen Chow, a movie clown prince in his native China, aims for U.S. success.
As parents know, shielding kids from Internet porn can be an arduous task. But is overexposure to online indecency warping children's views of sexuality?
Peter Sharpe flies high to save bald eagle chicks.
Christian scribes Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins release the final chapter of their megaselling Left Behind series.
Mitzvah mania spreads among affluent teens craving the same coming-of-age parties as their Jewish pals.
In Her Own Words
The Simpsons' Yeardley Smith speaks out about her battle with bulimia.
Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham and her soccer star husband, David – Britain's Brad and Jen – tough it out despite his alleged sexcapades.