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Time for one thing: We're a sorry bunch Elizabeth Rapoport
Women are expert at reflexive apologizing for almost anything, but Elizabeth Rapoport points out that we could really have something to be sorry for if we don't stop
January 7, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
The Forgiven Michelle Goldberg
What would you do if your child were brutally murdered? These parents befriended the killers.
January 7, 1998 3:04PM (UTC)
Starting Out in the Evening Stephanie Zacharek
Stephanie Zacharek reviews 'Starting Out in the Evening' by Brian Morton.
January 8, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
The Inuit Olympics Mary Roach
Mary Roach reports on the Inuit Games, an annual competition involving Head Pulls, Knuckle Hops and other daunting competitions 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
January 8, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
21st: Apple's profit and gloss Scott Rosenberg
Steve Jobs offers Macworld a progress report on faster chips, new software and a brighter financial picture -- but makes some glaring omissions.
January 8, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
Newsreal: When Mr. Bono went to Washington David Corn
He came as a joke and went out as a mensch.
January 8, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
High (in)fidelity Courtney Weaver
A man on the verge of lifelong commitment has an affair instead.
January 8, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
The year that was wrapped-up James Poniewozik
In their year end round-ups, the newsweeklies grope for a way to wrap-up a season of celebrity deaths, weather and other non-stories
January 8, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
The forgiven Michelle Goldberg
What do you call someone who reaches out to the man who tortured, raped, killed and cannibalized her daughter? Crazy? Or a saint?
January 8, 1998 3:34PM (UTC)
In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great Michael Wood
The tale of journalist and filmmaker Michael Wood's journey via Landrover, camel, foot and boat in the path of Alexander the Great.
January 9, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
21st: Live! From my bedroom Simon Firth
"Homecam" operators broadcast their daily lives to Web voyeurs.
January 9, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
Newsreal: The man who would be god Jonathan Broder
... And the people ready to fight the anti-christ
January 9, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)
Mondo Weirdo: A book-lover's heaven in Wales Sharon G. Boddy
Sharon G. Boddy describes an idyllic visit to Hay-on-Wye, Wales, better known as 'The Town of Books.'
January 10, 1998 12:31AM (UTC)
Bad news for G.I. Jane? Dawn MacKeen
In the wake of Aberdeen, a female military specialist suggests that separating men and women during basic training is not a women's rights issue, but a national security one.
January 10, 1998 12:38AM (UTC)
Philip Glass Jack Skelley
January 10, 1998 1:00AM (UTC)

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