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10 Female Politicos Hotter than Sarah Palin

To many, John McCain's choice of running mate has brought unprecedented eye candy to the presidential race. But here are ten women in politics who outshine Palin in terms of, er, broad appeal. read more
Mon, 10/06/08 AT 12:44PM
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The Trouble with Ray Nagin

New Orleans’ youthful, outspoken mayor grabbed the national spotlight after Hurricane Katrina and government incompetence conspired to destroy his city. Three years and another hurricane later he’s facing a different flood—of crime, corruption, and scandal—and this time there’s no FEMA to blame. read more
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The Faces of Death

Rahmat Khan and a man known simply as Hamza both arrived in Afghanistan with the same purpose—to die as Islamic martyrs. But their missions failed. Meet two of the suicide bombers behind the Taliban's new assault. read more
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Saturation Point: White Presidents

Historically, our chief executives have displayed whiteness that's more than skin-deep. Is the current campaign about transcending race, or are we just fed up with embarrassingly honkyish behavior? read more
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The Bin Laden Hunters

When he was sent to the border region of Pakistan in 2006, CIA case officer Art Keller's mission was straightforward: to kill the mastermind of 9/11. But like others who have been entrusted with the same task—from members of the special forces to the bin Laden intelligence unit at Langley—Keller found that locating the Saudi terrorist might be beyond even the most sophisticated military machine on earth. read more
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Q&A With John Ashcroft

The former attorney general explains why airport screening is liberating and Gitmo may be a humanitarian haven. read more
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Perverted Justice

In Miami, a group of men live in a makeshift settlement under a bridge. They're not drifters or off-the-grid—they're convicted sex offenders. read more
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Dead Man Walking

Glen Edward Chapman spent 14 years waiting to be executed for murders he didn’t commit. Then one day in the spring he walked out of prison, a free man. Now comes the hard part—living on the outside. read more
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Why Obama is Kissing This Kid's Ass

The Democratic contenders for leader of the free world are in serious need of this 21-year-old’s vote. Meet Jason Rae—the youngest superdelegate. read more
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The Fallen: Brothers in Arms

Andrew Velez idolized his older brother, Freddy. So when Freddy joined the Army and went to fight in the Middle East, Andrew followed. Now both brothers are dead—but only one of them is being called a hero. read more
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