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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (November 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A post Qaddafi Middle East. Musallam, Naira; Hays, Matthew J. 971
Add meaning to your light display. Brief article 129
Affordable housing remains high priority. Brief article 263
California shines a light on Jr. scientists. 315
Come fly with me. Stone, Michael 1124
Come to Papa. Baird, Michael 891
Crafting an economic policy that actually works. Weidenbaum, Murray 7379
Denon stereo says that black is back. 389
Dispelling the myth of God versus Gay. Michaelson, Jay Essay 1643
Do not walk, do not run--or go to the gym. Brief article 206
Extreme weather deaths keep dropping. 420
Fattening up the coffers. Fenster, Michael 1800
Fukushima health effects remain a mystery. Brief article 273
Get the holidays rolling with Heelys. Brief article 287
Get your kicks with Krickette weekender. Brief article 210
Getting a divorce recession-style. Banschick, Mark 1932
Getting young people to cast their votes. 395
Glee, Harry Potter join the "Scene It?" scene. Brief article 254
Good Karmal brings good karma. Brief article 236
Government data key to reporting. Brief article 223
Gulf War vet's arm was hanging by a thread. 450
Has religion dropped a notch below S&M? Puterbaugh, Dolores T. Essay 2318
Hasbro high on everybody's wish list. 1107
Healthy foods are killing us. Brief article 305
Here's a big time toast to holiday spirits. 542
HPV goes beyond cervical cancer. Brief article 256
Iconic images help define thanksgiving. Brief article 195
In pursuit of a new president. Thomson, James W. 1986
Is being best good enough? Puterbaugh, Dolores T. 1136
Is cabinet consistent with presidential ideology? 352
Juicy Couture keeps you smelling your best. Brief article 190
Just when you thought you had everything. 398
Keep your expectations on high at Kohl's. 631
Kicking up a storm in 3D: rooted in tradition, the Radio City "Christmas Spectacular" has impressed audiences for almost 80 years, and this year's transformation is sure to surpass all expectations. Sides, Hannah; Keeler, Karen 1954
Lack of religion can keep you slim. Brief article 233
Mattel's kid loving games and toys. 583
Microsoft remains "old reliable". Brief article 198
Military miracles show the way. Lephart, Susan Pressly 1408
Nintendo's journey to the third dimension. 1032
Nixon audio line is top of the line. Brief article 241
No goosebumps with this Canada goose. Brief article 186
Obama's 2012 Challenge. Bresler, Robert J. 1033
Oil consumption hits all-time high. Brief article 257
Older women attempting suicide on the rise. Brief article 221
Pissarro's people. 675
Playmobil's world of adventure for tykes. Brief article 279
Pocoyo is on the right (swiggle) track. Brief article 212
Read me a story ... or four. 904
Sarah Palin's power over the public. 363
Senseless census missing key data. Brief article 345
Standing up to the Mullahs: the author is a French-Iranian journalist who was working in Iran until, one day, the authorities confiscated his press pass, interrogated him at secret police headquarters, and threatened to harm his family. He then fled to France. Arefi, Armin 1284
Strange beasts in the stellar zoo. Braffman-Miller, Judith 2371
Sugoi is super for cold-weather fitness. 580
Supreme decisions ahead: while the Tea Party "probably is our best hope, [its adherents] will have to learn ... that the task today is not to weaken the power of government--it is to confine the government to the exercise of its delegated powers and to restore to its full vigor the partly national, partly Federal form of government that was the legacy of the Founders.". Erler, Edward J. Essay 3105
Taking a long look at short sales. Cuevas, Mike 1331
Taking baby monitors to the next level. Brief article 272
Tame that Mongoose with a Cannon. 376
The check is (not) in the mail. Brief article 131
The European union in crisis. 1514
The hotter the better. Gehring, Wes D. Column 1001
The lost Solyndra lesson. Emord, Jonathan W. 953
The race is on: when the Supreme Court overturned a long-term trend to limit political spending of corporations and unions, it set the stage for a lively and lucrative 2012 presidential campaign. Fischer, Raymond L. 1871
There's a method to be learned. Brief article 147
These boots were made for Huggrz. Brief article 231
Time better spent. Brown, Ali Essay 1000
Video killed the radio star. 876
We go the beat with Audio-Technica. 695
Why the democratic party is the enemy of the republic. Emord, Jonathan W. Essay 1381
Women's careers still lagging. 333
You'll go Gaga for these headphones. Brief article 263
You'll love these confections--and how! 335
Yuletide greetings. 408

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