America's First Transgender Mayor
In 2000, Stu Rasmussen spent $4,000 to get a pair of 36Ds. In January 2009, in Silverton, Oregon, he made political history.
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Aaron Schock: The Freshman
The youngest member of Congress is out to save the GOP before he turns 30.
The Fascist Who Loved Me
Jrg Haider, Europe's most telegenic Nazi-sympathizing politician, and his spin doctor, Stefan Petzner, seemed poised to return the Austrian far right to power. But after Haider died in a high-speed crash, Petzner revealed he'd been far more than his boss's protégé. Now all the young lover wants is to be the life of the party.
Meet the Man Who Lives on Zero Dollars
In Utah, a modern-day caveman has lived for the better part of a decade on zero dollars a day. People used to think he was crazy.
Would You Wear a Male Engagement Ring?
Pre-wedding bling is no longer a ladies-only affair, but what man wants to slip on an I'm-getting-married band?
Albert Talton: The Most Notorious Counterfeiter
He made more than $7 million in phony currency—using standard ink-jet printers.
Are You Still a Mama's Boy?
If you have your mother on speed dial and seek her opinion about all your dates, you have more in common with guys who sleep on Spider-Man sheets than you'd probably care to admit.
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Private Dwyer's Last Breath
The first hero of the war on terror, he survived 92 days of the most intense fighting in Iraq only to die five years later in North Carolina. What killed him? A can of Dust-Off.
How Looking Poor Became the New Status Symbol
They dress like hoboes but spend like millionaires. Meet the poorgeoisie.