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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (July 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
"Over there" becomes "over here". 2020
(Humming)birds, bees, and butterflies welcome. 382
A river runs through it. Morford, Stacy; Friedlander, Blaine 1795
A sober (not somber) summer. Graubart, Michael 639
A treasure to behold: this exhibition "explores the drafting of the constitution in 1787, highlighting the key proposals and significant compromises that influenced the early drafts and shaped the document's final text". 772
AAA urges Pres. Trump to focus on roadways. Brief article 239
Back on top. Emord, Jonathan W. 1456
Battling childhood obesity. Werner, Doug 2926
Be a "fan" of keeping cool ... inexpensively. Buyers guide 506
Beach safety can be a life saver. 427
Black & Decker Lawncare: we got this. Brief article 298
Cape cod: where beauty and history meet. Brief article 277
Closing malls hurt job hunt for teens. 404
Constitutional legacy of the Civil War and the Reconstruction Era Amendments. 346
Disaster as destiny. 606
Down these mean streets. 653
Economically correct. Ho, John S. 922
Electronic devices protected by NewerTech. 534
Ever try hoofing it to Sweden? Brief article 297
For richer or poorer, we all eat fast food. 539
Get better smartphone photos and video. Brief article 218
Get tour kicks ... Knowles, Drew 1581
Go-anywhere music? That sounds great. Brief article 131
Hailing a patriot and Chief Justice. Brief article 182
Hitch onto TCM. Gehring, Wes D. 906
How to--not what to--think about Putin. Caldwell, Christopher 2906
How well is your pet aging? Brief article 147
Is there a doctor on the boat? Morgan, Bruce 1005
It's tough to get kids to brush teeth in summer. Brief article 228
Keep your child safe around water. 411
Landfill leftovers leave a bad taste. Brief article 285
Lister hear: the art of sound. 319
March on, ladies. Drake, Nora 3123
Metal may be the way to go on a new roof. Brief article 250
Minding the Middle East: a former CIA agent, who once was charged with plotting to assassinate Saddam Hussein, shares narratives of his 40-year career as an intelligence and security specialist. Peppers, Elliott Interview 2052
Nyet to the American media. Orient, Jane M. 788
Oh, what a tangled web we weave ... Eck, Alieta 1539
Politics matter. Arabadjis, Heather 2969
Proper cooking temps kill harmful bacteria. 351
Put that pony in a Spony. Brief article 195
Remember, it's your vacation. Puterbaugh, Dolores T. 1074
Shattering the status quo: escalating game changers are impacting both leisure and business travelers. Kern, Merilee 1410
Shut up! Strassel, Kimberley A. 2474
Sports canvas art gets a rig rah-rah-rah! Brief article 253
Staycation ... all I ever wanted. Brief article 262
The "HEEET" is on--and it's spicy and delicious. Brief article 106
The battle lines have been drawn. Fischer, Raymond L. 1581
The long march to bedlam. Bresler, Robert J. 1016
The sound of (total) silence. 397
There's no match for Nintendo Gameplay. 634
Thirsty grass. Litvak, Elizaveta; Pataki, Diane 1195
Topping is for ice cream, not trees. 470
Where's the fire? In your coffee cup. Brief article 181

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