The newsmagazines, faced with no overwhelming news event, devoted recent covers to lifestyle issues. The cover story in Time is an extensive piece about Orlando, exploring the city's tie-ins with Disney and image as a clean city. It also looks at underfinanced schools and lack of community. Newsweek, meanwhile, does what newsmagazines do best with its cover story, Fed Up! Is There Anything Left We Can Eat? The seven-page report sums up a lot of recent news, from the changing of the four basic food groups to the introduction of the McLean burger to the Food and Drug Administration attacks on labeling.
U.S. News & World Report explores the use of exclusive magnet schools to promote excellence in education.