Contributors: Mar. 15, 1999

TIMOTHY GREENFIELD-SANDERS, who recently won a Grammy for his documentary on rocker Lou Reed, had a different sort of star to photograph in Monica Lewinsky. Greenfield-Sanders, who is known for his elegant portraits, shot our cover story and the cover of her book, Monica's Story. How do you approach "that woman"? By treating Lewinsky to breakfast before the shoot. He was struck by "how genuinely funny she is."

SYLVESTER MONROE, our South bureau chief, reports this week on a crime syndicate that uses stolen airline tickets to smuggle illegal aliens into the country. He has been investigating this story on and...

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