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U N I T E D   S T A T E S
: Bring on the Supremes
Amid the electoral roil, the nation's highest and most awe-inspiring court allows itself to be heard
: In the court of Judge Sauls
: G.O.P. vote tampering in Seminole?

LAW: DNA Can Exonerate
But can anything be done about wrongful incarceration?

MEDICINE: The Latest Downfall of Robert Downey
His new arrest supports the idea that drugs rewire the brain

 


E U R O P E
HEALTH: Mad As Hell
Leaders talk down the bse panic, but consumers stay nervous
Victims: Why did five people die in one English town?

THE NETHERLANDS: Lawful Death
The Dutch parliament votes to legalize euthanasia

THE BALKANS: On the Edge of War
An Albanian insurgency in southern Serbia piques tensions

FRANCE: Where to Park the Magots?
Parisians fear an offensive from abandoned pet monkeys

A F R I C A
SOUTH AFRICA : Nowhere to Run
Judge Richard Goldstone wants a permanent war crimes court

T H E   C AR I B B E A N
HAITI: The Cocaine Connection
The troubled nation has become a post office for drug dealers

A S I A
CHINA: The Acid Test
One woman's journey through disfigurement and corruption

JAPAN: Did Somebody Mention Pinochet?
Peru's ousted ex-President Fujimori copes with exile in Japan

 

 

 

 


 




B U S I N E S S
ENTERTAINMENT: The Kingdom of the Clan
The Diggs brothers rap as Wu-Tang and as a conglomerate

SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
ENVIRONMENT: The Green Wave in Automobiles
Honda and Toyota combine gas engines and electric motors

INNOVATORS: New Lights of the Spirit
From a multimedia bishop to a Muslim academic in Geneva, meet Time's visionaries of faith for the new millennium

T H E   A R T S
: Australian painting's best-kept secret

: M. Night Shyamalan's eye for the unseen

BOOKS: A judgment of
The we never knew - fortunately

LETTERS

NOTEBOOK

MILESTONES

PERSONAL TIME

PEOPLE

ESSAY