The cover story is about how over 1,000 aboriginal women have gone missing since 1980.
Third, Franklin Foer wrote a cover story for The New Republic on why Amazon needs to be broken up.
The cover story was titled “Kim Kardashian: The Art of Reality,” and written by M.I.A. BFF Lynn Hirschberg.
In this 1991 cover story, Time magazine declared, “Scientology poses as a religion but really is a ruthless global scam.”
In January, the New York Times Style section grabbed my attention with a cover story on the merits of cleansing.
The segment was called “Swinging in the Suburbs,” and it dovetailed with a Newsweek cover story I wrote on unfaithful women.
Twelve months later, nobody bothers with that cover story anymore.
Steve gave us a cover story, and what good is a cover story if you don't use it?
He didn't have to worry about Jerry breaking down the cover story.
Of course, he could be on the lam from somewhere, but in that case why bother with all the cover story?