FASTER, HIGHER, STRONGER There's no gold medal for online Olympic coverage, but we armchair athletes at TIME.com have done our best to prepare our users for the Winter Games. The results are online this week in our special preview section on the Salt Lake City Olympic Games. You will find profiles of some of the unique athletes you'll be watching on TV, a photo essay on the beautiful environs of Park City, Utah, and an extensive archive of TIME's past Olympic coverage. Plus, an online essay by Walter Kirn about the Mormon ideal vs. the Olympic ideal. At time.com/olympics2002
BLACK HISTORY MONTH TIME.com celebrates Black History Month with a special section on the history and contributions of black Americans. We feature profiles of great black thinkers, artists and athletes who have shaped American culture, an essay by Christopher John Farley on African Americans in the American cinema and extensive galleries of classic photos from the pages of TIME and LIFE. At time.com/2002/bhm
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INSIDE THE ENRON COLLAPSE With the Houston energy-trading company having gone from No. 7 on the FORTUNE 500 to Public Scandal No. 1, we present a complete guide to the Enron debacle. This week Molly Ivins writes on how the Enron effect has affected Houston, and Yale law professor Akhil Amar discusses why Dick Cheney should give in to congressional demands to see his Enron notes. Also, see a time line of the company's steady rise and spectacular fall, a guide to the players and continuing coverage of the case, at time.com/2002/enron
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. PRESIDENT One of TIME's most frequent cover subjects (44 times), Ronald Reagan turns 91 this Wednesday. We present a Reagan online retrospective with a gallery of TIME covers and articles about the former President. At time.com/newsfiles/reagan
Every week TIME writers and editors chat on America Online about the news. This week we look at the Olympic Games, talk about the history of terrorist attacks on civilians, and get the latest on the troubles with Enron. Go to AOL, Keyword: Live
In the magazine this week, senior reporter ALICE PARK profiles Long Island skater Sarah Hughes, the 16-year-old who, along with established star Michelle Kwan and the mesmerizing Sasha Cohen, completes the strongest U.S. figure-skating trio since Kristi Yamaguchi, Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding stirred hope for a medals sweep in 1992. Talk with Park about the U.S. team on Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. E.T.
Since the Enron story broke, TIME's crack investigative reporter MICHAEL WEISSKOPF has been digging deep into the scandal. This week Weisskopf discovers a possible reason why Dick Cheney is reluctant to release notes from his energy task force: a May 3 meeting between the Vice President and lobbyists for electric utilities that gave money for a May 21 presidential gala. Talk with him about the Enron mess on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 8 p.m. E.T.