May 17, 2004

05/06/2004 at 12:05 PM EDT

May 17, 2004
Up Front
Pioneers like B.B. and Joe De Laine helped outlaw racially segregated schools.

Kate Hudson had 60 lbs. to lose after the birth of son Ryder, and it was no piece of cake.

Back from a 14-year retirement, Jane Fonda pals around with costar Jennifer Lopez on the L.A. set of Monster-in-Law.

Five funny stars (and their moms) prove that comedy begins at home.

Donald Trump prepares for a trip down the aisle with model Melania Knauss.

U.S. Army Reserve soldier Ivan Frederick, accused of abusing prisoners at a notorious Iraqi prison, says he has been wrongly singled out.

For just $30 – the price of one of his lawnchairs-turned-wheelchairs – engineer Don Schoendorfer transforms lives.

In Her Own Words
A mountain lion tore off half of her face. Now, Anne Hjelle talks about her amazing recovery.

The cast of Frasier takes their final bow.

Just how much of reality TV is really real?

For Mother's Day, a selection of truly inspiring moms.

Jada Pinkett Smith finds her inner rocker chick.

The Swan contestants reveal their new selves.

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