The high court faces the abortion question -- and asks a few
Blunders: Extra! Extra! Vito Lives (American Notes)
Extra! Extra! Vito Lives
Congress: 1-for-3 for The G.O.P. (American Notes)
1-for-3 for The G.O.P.
Illinois: Murder or Mercy? (American Notes)
Murder or Mercy?
Race: The Price of Penance (American Notes)
The Price of Penance
Bush seeks Reagan's approval, even as he edges away from him
Washington wives have one basic career path -- their husbands'
"The People's House"
A brutal gang rape in New York City triggers fears that the U.S. is breeding a generation of merciless children
A missile maelstrom threatens NATO's nuclear balance
With 150,000 students on the march, Deng agrees to open a dialogue. Will talk be enough?
As kinken-seiji -- money politics -- claims Takeshita and his aide, the Japanese anxiously wonder, What next?
King Hussein moves to stem a crisis
Lange widens the feud with a threat to break up ANZUS
As Washington predicts a rigged election, U.S. policy remains adrift
Mauritania: Fatal Division (World Notes)
Middle East: A Question of Rejection (World Notes)
A Question of Rejection
Prizes: And the Winner Is . . . (World Notes)
And the Winner Is . . .
South Africa: Food for Thought (World Notes)
Food for Thought
Two obscure chemists stir up a fascinating controversy in the lab, but new tests challenge their hopes of creating limitless energy
Environment: Nature Aids the Alaska Cleanup (Environment)
Despite disappointing progress, hope is in the air
HEALTH & MEDICINE
Restaurants of culinary schools move to the head of the class
Las Vegas, Nevada Stock Tips and Slot Machines (American Scene)
At a casino, newsletter gurus listen for butterflies
Should Israeli police masquerade as reporters?
The "woman question" dims hopes of Anglican-Catholic union
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Vol. 133 No. 19 MAY 8, 1989
Vol. 133 No. 19 MAY 8, 1989
Say It and Wear It
A Taxing Decision
For Sale: High-Class Trash
Who Injured This Child?
Who Said Talk Was Cheap?
How to get ahead in the herd, and other dinosaur wisdom
The maker of Valium splits the world's priciest stock
From green to shining green, Americans in the fortysomething set are making golf the game for the 1990s
A 380-horse, $50,000 Corvette dazzles the motor critics
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Lucille Ball: 1911-1989
Books: Beasty Boys (Books)
Critics' Choice: May 8, 1989 (Critics' Choice)
Books: Fat Pickings (Books)
Books: No Tears, but No Comfort (Books)
Karajan and Previn quit, and the big scramble begins
After long neglect, a look at the 17th century's Guido Reni
Travel: You're Under Arrest! (Travel)
Hollywood goes Florida at the Disney-MGM park
ROSEANNE BARR: Slightly To The Left Of Normal (Interview)
ROSEANNE BARR, TV's hottest star, as unfettered off camera as on, talks about the pain and anger that produce her unique brand of humor