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After the Climb

Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson talk about their historic Yosemite climb, and ask: "What\'s your Dawn Wall?"

Beauty in Tragedy

The ruins of the Catskills great resorts make for stunning photographs and grim history lessons

Newsweek Reporter's Ordeal in Iran

On June 21, reporter Maziar Bahari was rousted out of bed and taken to Tehran\'s notorious Evin prison—accused of being a spy for the CIA, MI6, Mossad … and NEWSWEEK. This is the story of his captivity—and of an Iran whose rampant paranoia underpins an ever more fractured regime.

What's New in the World of Medicine

' Fertility & Diet ': Readers of our 'Health for Life' package and cover story on how diet and exercise can help overcome infertility praised self-empowerment, calling medication a last resort.

Secrets and Protests

It has been a trip marked by secrecy and surprise. Following an unannounced visit to Afghanistan, President George W. Bush left India a day early, choosing to spend Friday night under heavy security in Islamabad, where he is set to meet Saturday with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.The White House had initially announced that Bush would spend only a few hours on the ground in the Pakistani capital out of security concerns.

The Editor's Desk

As a happily married woman in her 40s, Karen Springen sometimes used to feel sorry for singles her age. "How wrong!" she says now. "After reporting this week's cover story, I realized how many single boomers are enjoying themselves immensely." Judsen Culbreth, 56, the author of "The Boomers' Guide to Online Dating," told Karen how, after going on only two blind dates in two years, her love life was transformed by the Internet.

PRESSURE ON THE PRESS

They had one amateur video, six peasants' corpses and more than 10 eyewitnesses to the siege a day before. But on June 12, after Beijing News journalists were first at the scene where freelance thugs brutally attacked and killed village farmers in Hebei province, no one knew how their exclusive coverage would go over with the censors.

Pressure on the Press

They had one amateur video, six peasants' corpses and more than 10 eyewitnesses to the siege a day before. But on June 12, after Beijing News journalists were first at the scene where freelance thugs brutally attacked and killed village farmers in Hebei province, no one knew how their exclusive coverage would go over with the censors.

Boston Blog

Saturday, July 31 | 4:45 p.m. ETPat Wingert: Before Kerry's speech Thursday night, a select group of Democratic Party bigwigs were corralled into a holding room in the Fleet Center to watch the nominee's speech--and await their cue to head to the stage for the party's big show of unity amidst a shower of balloons and confetti.

The Editor's Desk

If you've been reading this magazine for the past few years, you know what that figure to your right is. It's the Alexander Calder sculpture of an elephant that is given out to winners of the National Magazine Awards, the Oscars of the magazine world.

See More About Me

At the moment, I don't think there's a writer who fascinates me more than Kent Braithwaite, though he's written only one novel which I haven't read and have no plans to buy.

Olive And Kicking

Olivier Baussan has always loved olive oil. He is so enamored of it, in fact, that three years ago he launched a boutique entirely dedicated to it. Apparently, the oil has other admirers, too.From one store in Paris in 1998, Baussan's Oliviers&CO. (or O&CO.

All I Want For Christmas...

This year, for once, we got our vicarious shopping done early. Avoided the crowds coughing germs on us, beat the lousy weather, maxed out the credit card before the Fed could jack up interest rates any further -- we're in a holiday mood!

Grace &Amp; Iron

IT'S NOT CLEAR FROM THE PICTURE WHO IS more doting, the throng of reporters and photographers, or her proud husband, the president. Jackie Kennedy was a national treasure, and almost everyone, even jaded members of the press, felt a little proprietary.

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