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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (May 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
"Drinkers" could use beverage guidelines. Brief article 213
"That's not fair!" is children's battle cry. Brief article 251
A shell of their former selves. Frasca, Salvatore, Jr.; Smolowitz, Roxanna 802
A spike in bikes. Mygatt, Elizabeth 915
Almost 1,000,000 teens think suicide. Brief article 144
Be guided by insight when you travel. 546
Business trips: the road less traveled. Brief article 177
By any other name: idiosyncratic spelling of monikers, feminists hyphenating their married names, and countries with new appellations are all part of today's name game. Kreyche, Gerald F. 998
Can Iran's nuclear activities be thwarted? Cortright, David 2548
Can our Empire of Debt continue? 481
Care to catch a Bob Feller fastball? 377
Cutting it too close for comfort. 431
Didn't you wear that on "American Idol"? Brief article 253
Dinotopia: lost island and forgotten civilization: an extraordinary place where humans and dinosaurs live in harmony comes to life in this enchanting exhibition of one of the country's foremost fantasy illustrators. 629
Don't be shocked by extension cords. 341
Dramas best news on issues. Saltzman, Joe 915
Enjoy four seasons of fun at storybook land: let your little ones loose in a wonderful world where make-believe characters and fun-filled rides are the order of the day. Barrett, Wayne M. 746
Enriching America's heartland: trade is just one of the many pieces of a very large and complex portfolio that comprises American farm policy. Johanns, Mike 1323
Fix your garden the union way. Brief article 240
Foreign governments meddling in U.S. affairs. 392
Get energized by Black & Decker. Brief article 193
Goya's portraits. 494
Guarding against mad cow disease. 573
Hitting the links in style. Product/service evaluation 294
Honky-Tonk: country music the way it used be; here's a look at a bygone era, an affectionate glimpse of fans, performers, and the places where they mingled. Perich, Shannon Thomas 983
Indecent exposure: Congress, the FCC, cable TV, and satellite radio look to be headed for a big showdown as indecency is among the top issues on the agenda of the new Federal Communications Commission chairman. Fischer, Raymond L. 3254
Is America facing another Dust Bowl? 660
Job satisfaction hinges on boss. 300
Little Tikes has got it just right. Brief article 329
Museum memo. 188
Not wild about the wild card. Barrett, Wayne M. 1044
Of what value are public opinion polls? Vatz, Richard E. 2578
Patriot games. Howell, Llewellyn D. 1001
Pirates: scourge of the modern seas: crews have been kidnapped and murdered, passengers robbed and raped, and oil shipments stolen for resale on the black market, but the real danger may be the possibility of suicide bombers destroying one of the world's major port cities. Howell, Llewellyn D. Cover story 2984
Preserving Western History. Kreyche, Gerald F. Book review 533
Resisting temptation. Bresler, Robert J. 1029
Rural roads in south most deadly by far. 341
Russian on the rise among students. Brief article 250
She done us right; comedic movie star Mae West was addressing such then-provocative material as intercourse, homosexuality, drag queens and prostitution in the 1920s. Gehring, Wes D. 972
Soccer once again commands the world stage. Polis, John 2397
Spring cleaning the Caldrea way. Brief article 297
Stave puzzles: let the tortuous fun begin. Product/service evaluation 379
The art of exploration: National Geographic's illustrators "serve as trusted interpreters of complex information with images that astound and delight, allowing readers to see things that never actually could be observed without an artist's intervention.". 542
The Cherokee Nation A History. Kreyche, Gerald F. Book review 640
The never-ending dilemma over Medicare and Social Security: this pair of political hot potatoes has generated lots of debate, but no viable solutions, as a basic question continues to remain unanswered: How long will the working population agree that a rising share of its taxes should go to the people no longer working? Weidenbaum, Murray 3766
There will be no farewell to arms: vigorous opposition to unnecessary intervention in "crises" around the world has fallen on deaf ears, as each Administration since World War II has managed to blunder U.S. foreign policy at the needless expense of American lives and the country's reputation abroad. Scherer, John L. 4279
Travel organizers to keep the peace. Brief article 249
Truly, the greatest story ever told: the exhibition "Darwin" thoroughly examines the renowned naturalist's groundbreaking and controversial work, The Origin of Species, which ultimately helped the world of science understand that "nothing in biology makes sense except in light of evolution.". 1947
Warm weather calls for warming spirits. 676
Who said gardening is hard work? 411
Will U.S. population reach one billion? 496
Women falling prey to lung cancer. Brief article 180

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