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1998 Stories by Andrew Hsiao

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  • Sucker Punched

    published December 29, 1998

    How starved are boxing writers for heroes? When best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet Roy Jones Jr. announced his upcoming title defense last... More >>

  • The Disappeared

    published December 8, 1998

    Remember the homeless? Once, not very long ago, tens of thousands of New Yorkers slept in doorways, in corners of the subway, and in bleak city... More >>

  • A Place Called Chiapas

    published November 10, 1998

    Has there ever been a more media-friendly revolution than the Zapatista uprising? Nettie Wild's Chiapas journal contains shots of rebel Web... More >>

  • The Green Menace

    published November 10, 1998

    It's been a remarkable month for the merchants of "ecoterrorism." In the two weeks since a group calling itself the Earth Liberation Front claimed... More >>

  • The GLAAD Hand of Coors

    published November 3, 1998

    It's been a frenetic month for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The country's premier gay and lesbian media watchdog rushed to set... More >>

  • Pataki Uncovered

    published October 27, 1998

    When will New York's daily papers show us George Pataki's money? With only two weeks remaining before the gubernatorial election, the dailies have... More >>

  • Greenwash

    published October 13, 1998

    Last week, Time magazine launched what it calls its ''most ambitious environmental initiative ever''--a two-year, multimedia series... More >>

  • Journalist Cyberstung

    published October 6, 1998

    You might think busting a journalist would make the press howl. But for one investigative reporter—a leading advocate for gay youth—an... More >>

  • Hyde in Plain Sight

    published September 29, 1998

    The 72-year-old Floridian who brought the story of Henry Hyde's extramarital affair to the online magazine Salon is a lifelong liberal who... More >>

  • No News Please, We’re American

    published September 22, 1998

    Last week, the United Nations released its annual human-development report, bundling the stat-heavy document with an introduction by John Kenneth... More >>

  • 100 Years of Hell-Raising

    published June 23, 1998

    When Trinh Duong goes to work these days, she does so with a bit more fear—and a bit more resolve—than usual. A month ago Duong, a labor... More >>

  • Beyond Incarceration

    published May 12, 1998

    Eduardo Rufino isn't likely to forget the day of his last arrest. He calls that winter day in 1992, when he was busted for peddling heroin in a... More >>

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