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August 30, 2011
  
  
RelationshipsScience
SCOTT BARRY KAUFMAN, 996 WORDS
According to researchers, men suffer a decline in cognitive performance after flirting with women.
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Health
DR. SANAZ MAJD, 1229 WORDS
Key information to make your next (or first) pap exam less stressful.
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LifeTechnology
RICHIE FRIEMAN, 879 WORDS
Preventing an offensive email in the first place is the goal, but what happens when you intended the venting message to go only to your close friends--not the boss who received it? The only answer is to just be professional and honest. Take the blame.
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International
CATHY YOUNG, 825 WORDS
In the aftermath of Anders Breivik's terrorist rampage in Norway, a "blame the Jews" theme has emerged: assertions that Breivik was driven by fanatical devotion to Israel.
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Politics-U.S.
JIM MOTAVALLI, 511 WORDS
President Obama recently signed an agreement with automakers that will get cars to a whopping 54.5 mpg by 2025. That's great. But did you know that, because of loopholes and outdated testing procedures, 54.5 mpg is really 40?
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BooksPolitics-U.S.
CRISTINA MARCOS, 843 WORDS
Sally Jacobs talks about her new book, "The Other Barack: The Bold and Reckless Life of President Obama's Father."
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Technology
CLIVE THOMPSON, 562 WORDS
Why it pays to listen to like-minded peers.
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International
MICAH HALPERN, 846 WORDS
Turkey has come to understand that, because of Greece, they will never be accepted into the EU. Ankara increasingly views Iran as an ally and trading partner.
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CelebsFilm & TV
In "The Devil's Double," Cooper juggles the dual roles of Uday Hussein, the sadistic loose-cannon son of Iraqi dictator Saddam, and Uday's look-alike body double, Latif.
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Politics-U.S.Books
EVE OTTENBERG, 623 WORDS
Lower U.S military casualty rates are obscuring the horrors of war.
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LifeTechnology
HARRIET WEINSTEIN, 752 WORDS
To cut energy bills in the past, you might have hired an auditor, or completed online questionnaires about your home. Earth Aid takes a new approach: enlisting its users as cheerleaders.
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Politics-U.S.
MARKOS MOULITSAS, 595 WORDS
This new bipartisan embrace of austerity is virtually guaranteed to keep economic growth at bay.
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BooksScience
RONALD BAILEY, 936 WORDS
Beliefs come first; reasons second. That's the insightful message of "The Believing Brain."
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Film & TVCelebs
AMY LONGSDORF, 1062 WORDS
The starlet, who appears in three big budget films, isn't about to play favorites but, she admits, that the Civil Rights-era drama "The Help" does "mean an incredible amount to me."
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Celebs
AMY LONGSDORF, 1233 WORDS
Most actors dream of movie stardom. But Wilde insists that being an A-lister is the last thing on her mind.
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Humor
KEVIN MCKEEVER, 693 WORDS
The most essential item for your child is the backpack, known in parenting circles as "the black hole into which nothing of substance escapes."
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Health
Reframing how you look at your body shape.
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InternationalEssaysArt
NICK GILLESPIE, 3864 WORDS
Art generated in response to 9/11 has been almost completely unsatisfying so far, despite game efforts by such creative geniuses as Bruce Springsteen and Don DeLillo. Too much of it has sought to replace the scene of violence and loss with superficial if heartfelt emotionalism.
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Travel
JOHN LEE, 684 WORDS
Though CitizenM's wee rooms may not be to everyone's taste, the new hotel's funky aesthetics, good value and surfeit of extras make it a distinctive designer sleepover.
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BooksSpirituality
JANET KINOSIAN, 834 WORDS
Popes, antipopes, power struggles, the Borgias, Medicis and more: Britain's John Julius Norwich tackles 2,000 years of the papacy in his sweeping history.
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