Idris Elba, star of 'The Wire,' is People's sexiest man alive
Idris Elba played Stringer Bell in "The Wire."
Give Trump a chance
People dismissing Trump probably wouldn't have given Lincoln a chance either.
'People v. O.J. Simpson' connects dots from L.A. to Ferguson, Baltimore
For all its gossipy, even-silly, TMZ-like tone at times, "The People v. O.J. Simpson" will engage millions of viewers in events that contextualize today's emotionally charged national conversations about police-community relations and race.
Regents have open mind in search for next chancellor
Surprising reaction to L'affaire Petraeus
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'True Beauty': More than words can say
We just hit a new high on the national stupidmeter
Broken Social Scene @ 9:30 Club
Not much glitter in this draft, but there could be gold
At the BMA, color commentary
A zest to rejuvenate the Lemonheads
Enron defense takes on accuser
A character he can relate to
30 questions for all stuck at home on a winter's day
No sex symbol, again
The trouble with success Westminster's Muffin Lady made it big: People magazine, 'Good Morning America' and now her own cookbook. But the recipe for fame, Linda Fisher found out, was full of unexpected ingredients.
At age 25, Gordon is 'racing machine' Auto racing: The young driver may still be learning his craft, but with a monied team and mounting wins, he seems destined to lead his sport into the 21st century.
REFLECTIONS ON THE WALL: Memorial: People laughed when the Vietnam veteran suggested a wall with more than 58,000 names on it. Nobody's laughing now.
Move over, Demi Covergirl: Toni Braxton has the arm- over-the-chest move down pat as she poses nearly naked for Vibe.
Federal case is made of missing magazine Police officer accused of taking publication
Grunwald's 'America': through Luce, darkly
'People' mag tags world's beauties
With 'Pride,' without prejudice Near obsession: Goucher alumnus saw to it that all things Austen found a home at Julia Rogers library.
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Commemorations get past the pathos of Jerry Garcia
Courteney Cox is beautiful, witty and really neat
Something Better Than 'It'
In Style: People spinoff celebrates celebrity with a decidedly upscale approach
Gowns a fitting tribute to fascinating first ladies
Awash in O.J. saga? Tabs will pull plug when sales drop off
New celebrity magazine glitters, but not everyone thinks it's gold
Cicely has too much exposure to snow
People who need People are the luckiest people
Wrenched from a happy home
Editorial Writers: Those People Who Shoot Out Windows
Blue Cross of Maryland faces U.S. inquiry today Insurer's business ventures go before panel on health costs
First among second bananas
The great escape: a juicy mag In tough times escapist fare wins readers but not ads
Clearing out notes on work
Bart Simpson entertainer of yearHe's bug-eyed, missing...