ahead - U.S.News & World Report, July 5, 1999
A record highway repair spree is also snarling traffic.
Seeds of Discontent - U.S.News & World Report, May 24, 1999
Down on the farm, suddenly there's too much food - and prices are plunging
cities turn to evicting the homeless- U.S.News & World Report,
January 11, 1999
One urban problem with no good answer.
Couch Potato Factor - U.S.News & World Report, May 25, 1998
The drop in property crime may owe less to gates and alarms than to cable TV watching.
Wreckers - The New Republic, November 24, 1997
Who's partly to blame for the latest au pair murder? Congress.
Rage - U.S.News & World Report, June 2, 1997
This cover story (which I coauthored) examines why Americans are such dangerous drivers.
Looks Like the Mailman? - U.S.News & World Report, January 27,
Find your true father at the growing number of DNA testing clinics.
Work? Go to Jail - U.S.News & World Report, December 9, 1996
Prison labor exists in America too. Here's how corporations are going behind bars to employ low-paid workers.
Drought of 1996 - U.S.News & World Report, June 10, 1996
An on-scene report from last year's dry heartland.
the Air Raid - The Washington Monthly, June 1995
When Congress finally auctioned off portions of the radio spectrum in 1995, telecom speculators could no longer rip off the nation's treasury.
Farewell to REMs - Washington City Paper, May 4, 1990
For $600 and a stack of TV dinners, I sold my body to science.
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