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Bradley Cooper has always been willing to take risks, but the Academy
Award–nominated actor reaches a new dimension with this month’s American
Maureen Orth on the world’s most powerful leader—Angela Merkel
Sarah Ellison on how Tony Blair, one of
the most popular prime ministers in British history, became one of its most
despised public figures.
Todd S. Purdum on James Patterson, the
planet’s best-selling author
Laura Jacobs celebrates the 50th
anniversary of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker
James Wolcott on this year’s high-drama elevator videos