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Who Will Be the Next James Bond? by John Sellers | Mar 01 '05
Last fall the producers of the James Bond series decided it was time to revoke Pierce Brosnans license to kill.

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Bernie Ebbers is a man of many contradictions by Jayne ODonnell | Mar 16 '05
You decide: The WorldCom founder was described as near-obsessive about such minutiae as how much workers coffee cost the company. Could such a man miss the USAs biggest corporate fraud right under his nose?

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Gang World by Andrew V. Papachristos | Mar 01 '05
Street gangs are proliferating around the world. The United States has unwittingly spurred this phenomenon by deporting tens of thousands of immigrants with criminal records each year.

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The Good Enough Mother by Anna Quindlen | Feb 21 '05
Forget about day camp or mandatory Gymboree. Whats the point of raising kids if we dont have a good time and a few laughs?

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The Brie and Merlot Diet by Katy Kelly | Mar 07 '05
Dr. Atkins plied us with bunless burgers. The South Beach Diet insists that ricotta cheese with lemon extract and no-cal sweetener is a fine dessert.

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Dream Deck by Jeff Gorton | May 01 '04
This deck isnt hugeabout 16 ft. wide x 18 ft. deep plus bays and stairsbut its big on features.

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If Same-Sex Marriage Were Legal | Feb 15 '05
Fast facts to help you decide whether youd want to pop the question if you could.

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Not Your Fathers Ethanol by Otis Port in New York | Feb 21 '05
A new white-knight fuel could soon be coming to the rescue of motorists fed up with roller-coaster gasoline prices.

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Forget HybridsMeet the Real Cars of the Future | Dec 01 '04
Remember all that talk about electric buggies saving our gas-guzzling society from ruin? Well, car companies are now developing cars with fuel cells powered by hydrogen that are even more efficient and cleaner-burning than gasoline/electric hybrids.

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The Smaller the Better by Ronald Bailey | Dec 01 '03
The best way I can describe it is if you close your eyes and dream. You could never be hungry, never be sick, have all the energy you need, all the water, all the food and no diseases. There is no aspect in the world economy or your personal life that is not assumed to be transformed by this new technology.
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