Tearaway Burkas & Tinplate Menorahs
By Al Franken
Our intrepid comedian heads to Iraq on a USO Tour and discovers he’s funny enough, brave enough, and doggone it, the troops like him.
By Julia Whitty
Her father was dying, and the drug company wanted $47,000 for his medication. So she did what any daughter would do: She became a liar and a fraud.
The Longest Arm of the Law
By Tim Golden
Chilean dictators, Basque terrorists, Belgian drug lords, even Osama bin Laden—Judge Baltasar Garzón is not afraid to take them all on. Maybe he should be.
The New Yankees
By Maggie Jones
When Somali refugees began flocking to Lewiston, Maine, they weren’t exactly greeted with open arms. Yet they may turn out to be the town’s best chance for survival.
Toxic Tipping Point
By Andrea Rock
Are the CDC, the FDA, and other health agencies covering up evidence that a mercury preservative in children’s vaccines caused an epidemic of autism?