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TERRORISM Training New Recruits to Kill The suicide at-tack that nearly hit U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney last week may signal worse to come in Afghanistan.

Defining Civil War

Is Iraq in a civil war? The CIA has developed its own secret guideline for answering that increasingly contentious question. CIA officials offered the definition of "civil war," which remains classified, at a closed-door Capitol Hill briefing to discuss the latest grim Pentagon assessment of the conflict, according to two U.S. officials familiar with the briefing's content who asked for anonymity due to the sensitivity of the material.

An Ounce of Prevention

Though few men understand it, and fewer still admit it, men are the weaker sex. It's true, of course, that males have larger frames and bigger, stronger muscles.


"America can do better, and help is on the way." Presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry, in his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Boston last week"The Tea Party was very nice, and we greatly appreciate it.

One Battle at a Time

To most Americans, a diagnosis of cancer raises fears of a losing battle: operations followed by debilitating drug treatment followed all to often by death.


Exclusive: Failure to Investigate?The FBI blew repeated chances to uncover the 9-11 plot because it failed to aggressively investigate evidence of Al Qaeda's presence in the United States, especially in the San Diego, California, area, where two of the hijackers were living with one of the bureau's own informants, according to the congressional report set for release this week.The long-delayed 900-page report also contains new evidence suggesting that Omar al-Bayoumi, a key associate of two of...

The Biggest Prize Of All

For Men, The Challenge Is To Take Better Care Of Themselves. Now Science Is Showing Them How. A Newsweek Special Report


If I Were a Rich ManThe guy makes only $19,000 a year, but the ratings were extravagant. Fox's "Joe Millionaire" drew more viewers last week than any other premiere of a new show this season.

Arts Extra:Being Robert Mitchum

I remember the first time I saw a picture of Robert Mitchum. I don't know exactly how old I was, but old enough to read, because I was already wasting a lot of time poring over the ads for movies in the local paper.

So, How's Your Health?

Has the 20th century been good for our health? Of course it has, you say. Vaccines, antibiotics and improved living conditions have tamed such killers such as smallpox and diphtheria.

Attention: Aging Men

FIVE YEARS AGO, ON THE EVE OF HIS 50th birthday, Ron Fortner realized that time was catching up with him. Like countless men his age, the Palm Springs, Calif., radio personality had drifted away from exercise, but not from stressful days or fatty meals.

Perspectives 1995

"My fear is that Oliver Stone would remake it as a film about cannibalism in an orphanage.House Speaker Newt Gingrich, when asked if the film "Boys Town," which Gingrich introduced to a television audience, should be remade by a Hollywood studio."I accept Candy...