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NOVEMBER 6, 2000 VOL. 156 NO. 18

Spotlight

GORE'S NADIR? He spooked the Clinton campaign in '96, and Green Party leader Ralph Nader is still kicking on doors and spiriting away Democratic votes in traditionally liberal states. His tricks may turn into a treat for the Republicans on election day. Illustration for TIME by Hungry Dog Studio

Winners
THOMAS MORE
Pope to declare beheaded English statesman patron saint of the world's politicians
EMINEM
Blame America! Rap star performs in Canada after Ottawa loses fight to bar his entry
NEW YORK YANKEES
Icons clinch third consecutive World Series baseball title by beating crosstown rivals
  Losers
ROBERT MUGABE
Moves to impeach Zimbabwe President get boost after inquiry into poll violence gets go-ahead
KIM MATHERS
Estranged wife of Eminem is put on probation for interfering with singer's arrest in June
NEW YORK METS
Not even star Mike Piazza could help the "Amazins" break the Yanks' stranglehold

Verbatim
"Please give me your e-mail address."
KIM JONG IL, North Korean leader, to U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright after she told him to "pick up the phone any time"

" I thought it was the best thing to do for me and my children. Of course the money had something to do with it."
PAULA JONES, the woman who accused U.S. President Bill Clinton of sexual harassment, explaining her decision to appear nude in Penthouse
  "There are 23 of us... None of us can get to the surface. I am writing blindly."
DMITRY KOLESNIKOV, Russian sailor, writing shortly before his death about the despair of being trapped aboard the doomed Kursk submarine in the Barents Sea

"I'd like to say I'm 43, but that's fuzzy math."
HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON, New York Senate candidate, borrowing a phrase from the American presidential campaign on her 53rd birthday

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