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Who Knew? The Lady Is a Dancin' Machine

My greatest fear is being the biggest dork at the Janet Reno Dance Party. I have never been anywhere in South Beach where I was not the least cool person in the...

The Trouble With Reno

It's Women's Equality Day, a sweltering Sunday afternoon at a Unitarian church in Boca Raton. You can tell it is Janet Reno's turf by the way the National...

Election 2002: A Florida Vote=A Mess

Say this for Florida's dim-witted election system: it makes the hot-button issue in the race for Governor--education--more urgent. During the state's primary...

Four Years Ago in TIME

When the U.S. retaliated after two embassy bombings, Americans wondered what else we were doing to fight terrorism. In an issue with President Clinton on the...

The Raid In Replay

This is what the relocation of one little boy can do to a great nation: By Tuesday, Little Havana had padlocked its doors in silent protest at the removal of...

Reno's Showdown

Six-year-olds are natural charmers, eager to please, brave, playful and about as grounded as soap bubbles. Now that Elian Gonzalez has made parents of us all, it...

The Long Way Home

It was hard to find anyone left standing--much less standing tall--after the government's strange case against nuclear scientist Wen Ho Lee came crashing to the...

WHY THE RENO-FREEH SPAT RUNS DEEP

Every time Attorney General Janet Reno tries to close the door on the case against Bill Clinton and Al Gore, something else slips out. Which is exactly what...

Feuding over Waco

No one quite believed what Janet Reno was saying. The Attorney General walked into the press conference on Friday, dressed in a straw yellow silk suit and...

The Elian Grab

Elian was having trouble sleeping. He kept climbing out of his little race-car bed and going into the living room, where his great-uncle Lazaro lay on the white...

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