In the Air
As the bombers mass in the Gulf, support at home is crumbling. Congress is queasy; even two former CIA directors are speaking out against a strike.
Return of the Intern
Monica Lewinsky returns to Washington. But Ken Starr is less concerned with her than with the Secret Service.
Northern Ireland's Protestant UDA has already been ejected from peace talks for shooting civilians. Now the IRA is accused of two murders. Will it be next?
Line-Item Gets Vetoed
Another setback for President Clinton — is the line-item veto destined to remain a political fantasy?
Video Night in the Smoky Mountains
As the FBI continues the manhunt for a suspected witness in the Alabama abortion clinic bombing, the bureau is dogged by questions about a certain video rental.
With billion-dollar losses at Oxford, it's hard times for managed health care. And the government may be forced to act.
Want a Piece of the Rock?
Prudential, the nation's largest insurance company, wants to go public. Would that mean higher premiums for consumers?
Love in the Time of Potato
Our valentine's video guide: Presidents find love in the movies too. So do Russian doctors, soldiers, refugees, French thieves and, well, everyone else.
TIME Daily Reports
Special coverage and photo essays.
The record-setting Dow continues to bounce around, down 20 in midday Friday trading. What's next for Wall Street? Get the story in the FORTUNE Business Report.
"Kids and dog for hire. Life term contract. Sad gits need not apply."
Newspaper advertisement for new parents taken out by 10-year-old British twins Lauren and Ashton Mills, whose mother is dying of cancer.