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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (March 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
A former POW's Japanese conundrum. Velmans, Loet 1065
A hearty toast to the arrival of spring. 930
Abandon ship. Emord, Jonathan W. Column 898
Air-Dryr douses dampness. Brief article 244
Always have a backup. Shaevitz, Marjorie Hansen 1625
As only the French can do it. Cover story 911
At both ends of the candle. Puterbaugh, Dolores T. Column 1039
Beardski is perfect for the slopes' crazy cats. Brief article 106
Blue Nile is a real diamond in the rough. Brief article 176
California dreamin' no longer for kids. 400
Chilly Jilly is the recipe for warmth. Buyers guide 407
College students stung by Obamacare. 538
Credit card debt starts with the young. Brief article 338
Do not free the radicals. Nakhla, Tony 2054
Don't toss and turn over sleep myths. 724
Energy drink-related ER visits skyrocket. 369
Enjoy southern Italian cooking anywhere. Brief article 241
FatCat power for the technologically needy. Brief article 285
Four more years --with CNN: CNN's election coverage ranks high in broadcasting history--comprehensive, well organized and directed, and very professional. Fischer, Raymond L. 2180
Getting a call from the Gestapo. Winick, Myron Personal account 1947
Getting while the giving's good. 513
Hedge funds absolutely manipulate stock prices. 380
Help seniors (and everyone) stave off flu. 353
Hi-Tec is not high maintenance. Brief article 155
How's the weather? You don't want to know. Brief article 278
It is time for government to deep six Keynesian economics: "... cutting both expenditure and taxes can speed the recovery in the short run and foster growth in the long run, while simultaneously putting the U.S. fiscal house in order.". Miron, Jeffrey 2681
It's a wonderful (sports) life. Fischer, Raymond L. 861
Laying affirmative action to rest. Erler, Edward J. 3770
Mandating mediocre medicine. Emord, Jonathan W. 1170
Museum memo. Calendar 543
Need a jolt--or a kick in the pants? Richter, Sharon 1349
Never too old to learn--or keep learning. Chavez, Shannon; Wickman, Debra 1971
No safe haven for Jews. Hillman, Laura 2010
Obama rewrites history --not a good thing. Singleton, Marilyn M. Column 724
Pivoting toward Asia. Logan, Justin 2384
Pleasure listening for those on the go. 859
Religion's role in society. Howell, Llewellyn D. 1476
Sad teenage girls are becoming more so. Puterbaugh, Dolores T. Column 1112
Snowboarding apparel combines art & science. Brief article 189
Tempted by the American voice of Nazi Germany. Lucas, Richard Personal account 2243
The "Scandinavian" look is in--and how. Brief article 257
The Casio creed: creativity & contribution. 552
The coming reset on Cuba. Nathan, James A. Essay 1008
The evil-doers amongst us. Puterbaugh, Dolores T. 1073
The great society does not look so great after all: "... the good old days of [our] distant youth simply have vanished, leaving behind very few traces of the joyous exuberance that [once] characterized [the baby boom] generation.". Thomson, James W. 2124
The other one percent. Saunders, Don Column 887
The politics and rhetoric of courage. Vatz, Richard E. Column 1602
The sinking of America. Barber, Matt Essay 909
The skinny on skin care: chirality, chiral purity, and chirally correct should be the new bywords in this multi-billion dollar industry. Albert, Shan 1123
Time to clean up: emotionally & mentally. 487
Top trends in family travel. 405
Trying to define equality, freedom, and justice in the modern Islamic world. Lewis, Bernard 3331
Wallets are the vault for identity thieves. Brief article 274
What goes with barbecue? Off-Road Golf, of course. 588
What now? Bresler, Robert J. Column 1030
Who likes bling? Those seeking social status. Brief article 308
With God on his side? Nielsen, Niels C. 1984
You're the boss when outfitted in Duluth. Brief article 318
Zobha activewear for style & performance. Brief article 232

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