August 30 Issue

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After a surprising, meteoric rise in the polls, Bill de Blasio is suddenly on the brink of becoming New York's next mayor. What does he really believe?

Too Radical for the Taliban

A high-level fighter accuses his fellow militants of going soft—and engineers a schism that could have major consequences for Afghanistan.
People Get Ready
In Focus

People Get Ready

Martin Luther King Jr. got a star-spangled salute August 28 for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and his “I Have a Dream” speech. Tens of thousands turned out for the march, and Presidents Carter, Clinton, and Obama spoke from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The Bushes were unable to attend due to health issues.
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Art's Big Road Trip

Doug Aitken's 'Station to Station' throws artists, musicians, and everything in between on a cross-country train to see what sticks.