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The world chess championship between Garry Kasparov (left) and challenger Viswanathan Anand got started at New York's World Trade Center without either player getting a victory in the first four games.
June 06, 1977 | Sam Moses
George Willig would have preferred having a partner climb the World Trade Center with him, and during his year of planning he had asked several people, separately, to go along: one of his best friends, Jery Hewitt, a...
November 10, 1975 | Kenny Moore
French novelist Serge Groussard, in The Blood of Israel (William Morrow & Company, Inc., $12.50), has taken the massacre of the Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games as a vehicle for raw sensationalism. The...
January 13, 1975 | Jonathan Yardley
The dust jacket of Black Sunday, by Thomas Harris (G. P. Putnam's Sons, $7.95), a main selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club, displays a football stadium shadowed by a blimp and also carries an ominous warning from...
November 24, 1969 | Edwin Shrake
Getting rich on the races—a dream to so many—inspired the Fulton Street mob that stole $1.3 million in Aqueduct receipts