At The Movies, Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman steer eventual Best Picture Driving Miss Daisy (right) to a No. 1 finish at the box office. In Music, “girl” power rules the Billboard album chart as Paula Abdul’s Forever Your Girl and Milli Vanilli’s Girl You Know It’s True finish one-two. In Bookstores, Stephen King’s latest chiller, The Dark Half, is a Publishers Weekly best-seller. And In The News, just over a year after the Lockerbie, Scotland, bombing of Pan Am flight 103, the State Department warns that a terrorist attack against Americans in Europe is possible.
Posted February 15 2002 — 12:00 AM EST
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