- Making News: Russian Presidential Candidate Disappears
President Vladimir Putin is widely expected to win re-election when Russians go to the polls next month. None of his five challengers has built much support, but now, one of them has disappeared. Andrei Kortunov, regional vice president of the Eurasia Foundation and an advisor to former President Boris Yeltsin, says theories about the disappearance of Ivan Rybkin range from mischievous political conspiracies to creative campaign strategies.
- Reporter's Notebook: 40 Years of Music, from the Beatles to Beyonc- and Beyond
Only the final episode of M*A*S*H ever drew a bigger TV audience than the Beatles when they appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. But there could be no more dramatic demonstration of how much popular music has changed in the past 40 years than last night's Grammy's. Alan Light, editor-in-chief of Tracks, a magazine aimed at older music listeners, says last night's awards show covered some interesting musical ground.
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