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The Ten Most Dynamic Cities

If America is the world capital of reinvention, then Las Vegas is its heart. Every year it attracts tens of thousands of new residents, looking for a new life, a big break, a second chance.

The Box Is King

The city of Busan, South Korea's largest port, feels like a room crammed with oversize furniture. Apartment buildings and hotels crowd into a narrow strip between steep hills and a deep harbor.

12 Ways to Watch

It's April again—time for my annual, six-month-long root canal without anesthesia to begin. Yup, I'm a Cleveland Indians fan.There are reasons to be optimistic this year.

Predator and Prey

That familiar voice, at once men-acing and gently lilting, was back. After more than a year in which some U.S. officials had speculated openly he might be dead, Osama bin Laden resurfaced in his usual way, unannounced, dressing up threats of death in reasonable tones.

KEEPIN' IT ON THE DOWNLOAD

When--or if--the Discovery blasts off this week, cyberspace will have all the angles covered. AOL--fresh from its highly acclaimed continent-to-continent coverage of the Live 8 concert--will carry feeds from one camera beneath the engines, another attached to the external fuel tank, another with a long-range view of the launch and a fourth parked on a nearby beach.

AOL'S SOLUTION: A PORTAL IN A STORM

Nine years ago I wrote a column about the future of the three great subscription online services--CompuServe, Prodigy and America Online. In the age of the Internet, I argued, their business model was doomed.

CNN Fights Tabloid Era

CNN'S NEW PRESIDENT ISN'T KEEN ON STORIES LIKE MICHAEL JACKSON'S. BUT WILL A MORE HIGHBROW PLAN WORK IN A TABLOID ERA?

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