Colleges: To Keg or Not to Keg? (American Notes)
To Keg or Not to Keg?
Intelligence: Step One For Gates (American Notes)
Step One For Gates
Military: Without Clear Proof: Without Clear Proof (American Notes)
Without Clear Proof
Scandals: No Apologies This Time (American Notes)
No Apologies This Time
Caution Sometimes Has Its Price (Grapevine)
In the worst mass murder in U.S. history, a gunman turns a Texas cafe into a killing field, leaving 23 dead
Gosh, Those Uniforms Look Familiar (Grapevine)
Nothing Subtle About These Charges (Grapevine)
After dishing the dirt on Thomas and Hill, journalists have to deal with allegations about themselves
Outraged over the Thomas confirmation, women vow political revenge. But like civil rights leaders, they face rank-and-file divisions.
Thomas Hearings Scorecard (Grapevine)
Vox Pop: Oct. 28, 1991 (Grapevine)
Where Have All the Credit Cards Gone? (Grapevine)
How Tout le Monde Missed the Story
The Nobel Peace Prize won by Aung San Suu Kyi, under house arrest since 1989, will not bring her freedom
Yes, says a new book by an investigative journalist, and they were America's top secrets: nuclear targets
A peace conference has been convened, but old antagonisms and new accusations could turn it into a diplomatic marathon -- or a bust
Bulgaria: Squeeze Play (World Notes)
European Community: And Now, a Euroarmy (World Notes)
And Now, a Euroarmy
Poland: Bye-Bye, Stanislaw (World Notes)
The Philippines: A Bit of Yanky Panky (World Notes)
A Bit of Yanky Panky
HEALTH & MEDICINE
Cancer From Germs (Health)
A stomach bug is linked to gastric tumors and ulcers
Danger in The Speed Trap (Health)
Are state troopers getting cancer from radar guns?
When Can Memories Be Trusted? (Behavior)
The remembrance of things past can be a mysterious process, with realities and myths blending into a vivid picture
A happy blend of whiz kids and free agents help Minnesota and Atlanta vault from the cellar to the World Series
STYLE & DESIGN
Saying No to Yo Heave Ho (Design)
A novel prototype takes much of the backache, barked knuckles and manpower out of traditional sailing
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Cinema: Seduction on Canvas (View Points)
Seduction on Canvas
Cinema: Speak Up, We Can't Hear You (View Points)
Speak Up, We Can't Hear You
Music: The Bells Ring Now, Tony (View Points)
The Bells Ring Now, Tony
Opera: Wagner in Slo-Mo (View Points)
Television No Hits but Plenty of Bobbles (View Points)
Time Magazine Contents Page (Contents)
Vol. 138 No. 17 OCTOBER 28, 1991
Vol. 138 No. 17 OCTOBER 28, 1991
Writing Off The Weapons
After the Star Is Gone
Take That, John Sununu!
Will You Program Me?
It's Stuck In Neutral
When Bahrain's rulers awarded a high-stakes oil deal to shaky Harken Energy, were they also trying to win favors from the White House?
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
A Ruthless Raider's Romance (Cinema)
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY Directed by Norman Jewison; Screenplay by Alvin Sargent
Asia's Hot New STAR (Television)
The BBC takes aim at CNN on a satellite-TV service
Candy Box (Theater)
Listen to The Lion (Music)
Even with a masterly new album, will Ireland's eccentric Van Morrison gain the success he has long deserved?
Mocking The Ethnic Beast (Show Business)
A sizzling young comedian draws on his roots to lampoon Latin stereotypes, but some Hispanics aren't laughing
Southern Pine (Books)
The Art Of Memory (Books)
Uneasy Riders (Books)
Brash and accessible, the Pop style revolutionized the art world, for better or worse -- but what was its lasting value? A big London show suggests some answers.
Tired of cramped seats in planes? Angry at rising fares? American Airlines chairman ROBERT CRANDALL argues that you are still better off in the deregulated skies.