From our November 1999 issue: Sen. Jesse Helms has never cared what you think of him, which is why he remains a gentleman and as dogged as ever in meeting his obligations.
When all other friends desert, he remains.
Tim Russert's gotchas really did get 'em.
A forgotten story that America's friends -- and enemies -- would do well to remember.
Vinter Bob Mondavi was a charming pitch-man for the good life.
The death of Eddy Arnold last week was almost like a death in the family.
Charlton Heston spoke up for human dignity.
A symposium dedicated to William F. Buckley, Jr.
The Englishman who put new life into an ancient order.
Tom Lantos would've made a poor diplomat.