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06/11/12:Time for a new kind of phone booth
09/12/02:The day that infamy pulled a vanishing act
09/11/02: The first day of the rest of America's life?
09/09/02: Baseball's even stupid about 'Casablanca'
09/05/02: Smokey Bear in the age of indecision
09/03/02: The car radio delivered the intended sound
08/30/02: The tough U.S. economy and the $74 steak
08/28/02: Major-league players, owners should read this
08/26/02: It's not the new ways that seem strange
08/22/02: The 30-minute rule and the mosquitoes
08/21/02: Listen, world: This cow is not going down
08/19/02: The uncoolest guest at a cool hotel
08/16/02: On silent wings and in shadows, preparing for war
08/14/02: The genius that lives in the human heart
08/12/02: The gift that came in the mail one day
08/09/02: Of coal mines, and light in dark places
08/07/02: Working to make your valuables utterly worthless
08/05/02: Quiet hours come to the water cooler
08/02/02: The theft of something beyond value
07/31/02: Why you will see more of these stories
07/30/02: Six days on the modem and I'm gonna . . .
07/26/02: Choosing up sides to play a great game
07/24/02: The great escape -- or, ultimately, a moving target?
07/22/02: An earful of strength and beauty
07/18/02: In a hot and fearful summer, a kool place
07/17/02: The path to greatness is tissue-thin
07/15/02: 'There goes the greatest hitter who ever lived'
07/12/02: Next they'll charge you for the seat belt
07/10/02: A rest cure for America's young doctors
07/08/02: The strength to be found in empty places
07/02/02: The corporate meltdown --- and the name game
07/01/02: Rescued once, will they be sent back?
06/28/02: The quiet, polite boy in the aisle of the Wal-Mart
06/26/02: The choices that are not theirs to make
06/24/02: In the book of candy, here's Chapter 11
06/21/02: Follow this investment advice, and you will be a rich man
06/19/02: What if fans really prefer steroidball?
06/17/02: What kind of dressing on your Dairy Queen?
06/14/02: We act as if they are people separate from us
06/12/02: 'How did they know to do that for us?'
06/10/02: 'They made us feel like heroes'
06/05/02: How long will America be defensive?
06/03/02: Tuxedos, wine, soft music and metal detectors
05/30/02: Welcome back to a place where we feel at home
05/28/02: Trash cans, ice cream and common sense
05/24/02: 'The letters incapable of being written'
05/22/02: Apartments as weapons of destruction
05/21/02: 'We never actually met -- put it that way'
05/16/02: Charles is joined in death by another boy
05/15/02: The lies they try to tell about Charles
05/14/02: Even in death, the boy is kicked around
05/13/02: The cruel and unusual death of Charles Green
05/08/02: Why a large pepperoni is big enough
05/06/02: Two guys you'd love to have on your side
05/03/02: The Polaroid camera and the heavy briefcase
05/01/02: Just when you thought the world was too cold
04/29/02: The starting lineup for your All-Star Army
04/26/02: From across the years, a message for us
04/24/02: The answer: Get fat and run away
04/22/02: With our belts open, where are we heading?
04/19/02: Could this be the sound of World War III?
04/17/02: The odd new theory that news is old
04/15/02: Will there be telethons for fallen soldiers?
04/12/02: What's a 3-letter word that means Sioux City?
04/10/02: Throwing the office game into overtime
04/08/02: What Nixon's best friend couldn't buy
04/05/02: How you can help to stop the torment
04/02/02: 'No, no, please, that's for hitting people'
04/01/02: 'I didn't know how to clean the furniture'
03/31/02: 'It was as if there was nobody behind her eyes'
03/27/02: Blaming the boy for his own beating
03/26/02: He failed at washing his father's clothes
03/25/02: The adults' punishment will someday end
03/22/02: Cruel, unusual punishment toward children
03/20/02: The tunnel at the end of the tunnel
03/18/02: War questions to which no one has answers
03/15/02: What would Jack Benny make of this?
03/13/02: The desire to wait hasits own urgency
03/11/02: It's official: You no longer need to lick
03/08/02: The suspicious thing in the old man's pocket
03/06/02: In between the darkness and the light ...
03/04/02: The cracks and hidden potholes on Easy Street
03/01/02: What about the 90 who played it straight?
02/27/02: Will Olympic judges soon be firing blanks?
02/25/02: Mary, this is Heather; Tyler, this is Bill
02/21/02: In the hush of the museum, good rockin' tonight
02/19/02: 'You are little boys again, lost in the dark'
02/15/02: When the dice are hot, we don't ask why
02/13/02: The price for torturing a child? 90 days
02/11/02: Kmart, Target and the store on your lap
02/06/02: What if they fought a war with no name?
02/04/02: For some acts, no trophies, no ovations
02/01/02: Reality can quietly travel door to door
01/29/02: Step right up to Enron's carnival booth
01/25/02: Is this how you want to spend 9 of your years?
01/23/02: The thread that seems to bind us all
01/21/02: Knowing your place is getting sort of hard
01/17/02: It's a little like foreclosing on a Rockefeller
01/15/02: Well, America has gotten its voice back
01/11/02: If your latest diet plan has gone to pot . . .
01/09/02: Turning the page may not be the answer
01/04/02: Latest fallout from terrorism: Seeking shelter
01/02/02: Two phone calls - and the things that matter
12/27/01: How to beat terrorism and get a lovely tan
12/26/01: Could this be heading for the discount bin?
12/24/01: The stories that never make Page 1
12/20/01: Neither father nor 6-year-old will be jailed
12/19/01: 'I'm happy to know that he is really popular'
12/17/01: Is fear all we have to fear? It's enough
12/14/01: Truly graduating with honors
12/12/01: Safety isn't the airlines' only worry
12/10/01: Your book of days belongs only to you
12/06/01: A few words about a word now useless
12/04/01: The Beatle who wanted to be Mr. Blatchford
11/30/01: What's in a name? Assumptions that Americans are gullible
11/28/01: Dad punished for not delivering his son to prison
11/26/01: The uniforms and badges that surround us
11/21/01: Be grateful for the songs not being sung
11/20/01: 'But this is like fighting the wind'
11/19/01: The way we were -- do we want it back?
11/16/01: The thin line that a nation begins to cross
11/15/01: You can't help the economy without a job
11/14/01: We're all in this together -- in the dark
11/12/01: Prayers, pitches, promises -- and the president
11/09/01: The enduring geometry of humans at war
11/07/01: The bad news is that this is the good news
11/06/01: Words we never thought we would hear
11/05/01: Will the mail go the way of the railroads?
11/02/01: It's the flag, not the latest fall fashion
11/01/01: To bring light where there is only darkness
10/31/01: The question that is painful to think about
10/30/01: Who will ever tell the world this is over?
10/29/01: Don't say that we weren't forewarned
10/26/01: 'Move along, folks, there's nothing to see'
10/23/01: Their weapon is not terror --- it's freedom
10/22/01: It may soon be time to start making a list
10/18/01: A place that reminds us: We can do anything
10/17/01: Listening for Sept. 11's echoes along Route 30
10/15/01: From a widow, words as soft as moonglow
10/12/01: The unthinkable becomes a casualty of war
10/11/01: Can war come with curbside convenience?
10/08/01: If we need this office, are we secure?
10/05/01: Flags, songs and rallies are the easy part
10/04/01: Our 'full alert,' by definition, is temporary
10/01/01: The ominous new power of loose lips
09/28/01: The honor of your presence is requested
09/26/01: "Smart money" -- or encouraging our enemies?
09/25/01: They see not our weakness, but our strength
09/24/01: The overture to a dark and lasting opera
09/21/01: The welcome return of a long-lost friend
09/20/01: "Tell your friend Tibbets that we need him again"
09/13/01: Quickly as a fickle sky, change in air
09/12/01: Coming soon: A nickel for your thoughts?
09/10/01: The haunting mutilation of a child's spirit
09/06/01: 'I hope he knows he is worthy of love'
09/05/01: 'He made the boy touch the dead body'
09/04/01: 6-year-old boy won't be ordered to sleep in prison
08/30/01: Double murderer wants 6-year-old to sleep in prison
08/29/01: The rights of the torturers are safeguarded
08/28/01: Will they be sent back to the torment?
08/27/01: Official version aside, they are not 'doing well'
08/24/01: In Nebraska, 1,350 boxes of clothes and toys
08/22/01: Maybe the drugstore clerk knows best
08/20/01: The calming moon high in the sky
08/16/01: Getting away from it all? Dream on
08/14/01: A hole-in-one, baseball, and Honest Abe
08/09/01: If you would like to help the children
08/08/01: The heartbreak is that it is not unusual
08/07/01: The judge rules she can go free without a trial
08/06/01: They aren't required to post any bond
08/03/01: 'No, Mom, it's overhere, in the corner'
08/02/01: 'The prod was meant for cattle, not for children'
07/31/01: You can't drop a coin when there's no slot
07/27/01: You'd hate to see Abe on the Lincoln Highway
07/20/01: They called it the National Nerve Tonic
07/17/01: While we're trying to change the world ...
07/13/01: If at first you can't get your act together . . .
07/03/01: The reward: 'I've never seen him smile like this'
06/29/01: Do you really want to be an office?
06/26/01: The happiest 30th birthday -- thanks to you
06/22/01: 30 years that deserve a great evening out
06/20/01: Is business really for the faint of heart?
06/18/01: A father's gift that will last long past his 'Day'
06/13/01: The world spins 'round, like a salad
06/12/01: They didn't get to choose their last meals
06/08/01: The Swingin' Medallion view of U.S. history
06/06/01: OK, pro golfers -- let's make this game interesting
06/04/01: 'Now that my ladder's gone, I must lie down...'
05/31/01: This is who they were, and who they are
05/30/01: The hero who sits by the side of the stage
05/29/01: You wouldn't know them on a city street
05/24/01: Is a speech a speech if no one listens?
05/22/01: The teacher's last lesson
05/17/01: It's just a wee small thing, but it could be big
05/15/01: The Moment? You'll know it when it comes
05/11/01: Boys, let's go spellcheck one for the Gipper
05/08/01: The things that last, and those that drift away
05/04/01: 'We did what we were supposed to do'
05/03/01: 'I was the old man -- I was 29 years old'
05/02/01: 'We were at war; our job was to win it'
05/01/01: The combat pilot returns to a troubling place
04/27/01: You didn't nickel-and-dime Johnny Dollar
04/25/01: White House strategy never sounded like this
04/24/01: 3 new rules to give colleges self-respect
04/18/01: Our highways just became a little duller
04/18/01: It's a jungle out there for dot-com stores
04/16/01: McVeigh's victims weren't permitted any last words
04/13/01: The foolproof cure for a Royal headache
04/11/01: Key to success? Keep your eye upon the hole
04/10/01: An ugly game you're destined never to win
04/06/01: Who do you really think you work for?
04/05/01: Two torturers of children back in prison
04/03/01: Welcome home -- especially if you didn't go
03/29/01: 'Why wouldn't she believe she can get out?'
03/27/01: Judge Weinke, child torturer to meet again
03/22/01: What they did to her at her own front door
03/21/01: "I'm not proud to say that I witnessed this"
03/19/01: "WHY WEREN'T YOU HIS FRIENDS?"
03/13/01: When will there be zero tolerance for bullying?
03/09/01: She wouldn't dance with another ... well, yes, she would
03/06/01: Our lasting legacy will turn out to be a four-letter word
03/01/01: The things we've won, and those we've thrown away
02/27/01: Civilians on subs: A civics lesson that's well worth keeping
02/23/01: Well, he did sing: 'This time you gave me a mountain ...'
02/21/01: The world's insanity can fit into a parking space
02/16/01: The words and ideas in this column are unauthorized
02/13/01: He has a family now: 'He just wants to be a boy'
02/12/01: Child torturer grad is walking free -- and using an alias
02/09/01: They didn't even know how to find the children
02/08/01: 'The little boy's face had been burned with cigarettes'
02/07/01: Child-protection chief in grad case ousted
01/30/01: There is something wrong when we begin to assume that all death penalty cases are flawed
01/29/01: Sometimes a police story begins with a poem
01/24/01: It's a dog-eat-dog world -- unless you're the only dog
01/23/01: Can we be civil and bombproof at the same time?
01/19/01: First came Saints, next came Sinners, then came Bronson
01/18/01: Of Saints and Sinners, and the nearness of faraway dreams
01/15/01: Does anyone care that Germany owns the Jeep?
01/11/01: The day that America heard the locks click shut
12/28/00: The talk of 2000? It's right there in your hand
12/27/00: There actually is a lesson for us in all of this
12/26/00: 'You weren't supposed to love me; that wasn't the program'
12/21/00: The words from this election year that may echo the longest
12/19/00: The most impressive things are the ones strategists can't shape
12/14/00: There is a word for what the country is going through
12/13/00: Courtroom moments that never make the front page
12/07/00: Does Justice Scalia really believe Americans can't take the truth?
12/07/00: Al Gore slept here -- and there goes the neighborhood
12/06/00: In the midst of all the noise, the truth will be heard
12/05/00: If you think the election has been weird up until now ...
11/30/00: If two men applying for a job were treated like this ...
11/29/00: Will all of this turn people away from politics? Dream on
11/28/00: Send Bush and Gore to their rooms -- bring in the pros
11/23/00: Three little words-- and two strange weeks in Florida
11/22/00: Did you hear the one about the farmer's daughter in Florida?
11/21/00: The shocking saga of the incredible shrinking men
11/15/00: The glorious mess that has come our way
11/09/00: How do you cross the line when the line has vanished?
11/08/00: The wave of the future
11/06/00: The crime that hides behind a wall of silence
11/02/00: If you have been asking yourself what you can do ...
11/01/00: 'He will never know what it is like to ride a bicycle'
10/31/00: 'It makes you feel that you are absolutely powerless'
10/30/00: THE KILLER LEARNS 'ANGER MANAGEMENT' AND IS FREED
10/26/00: `I'm not going to go up there and yell and scream'
10/25/00: With prosecutors silent, the other killer is released
10/24/00: The boy's killer: 'I've served my time, and I'm out'
10/23/00: Blaming the boy for bringing on his own killing
10/20/00: The child's killer is released -- to care for other children
10/19/00: Words that the judge would not allow to be spoken
10/18/00: A courthouse game in which the boy was not included
10/17/00: The killers get 7 to 25 years ... with a wink
10/13/00: While the killers maneuver, the boy goes unburied
10/13/00: The killers demand a concession -- and they get it
10/12/00: The prosecutors decide it doesn't qualify as murder
10/11/00: 'He wouldn't eat his eggs, and we put him to bed'
10/10/00: The autopsy leaves no questions: 'It was a homicide'
10/06/00: 'Had they shot him in the head, he would have suffered less'
10/05/00: 'I remember the moment that I first saw the human bite marks'
10/04/00: They killed a 3-year-old boy -- and they are free
09/29/00: This just in, sort of: How the news can make you calm
09/27/00: Like being with old friends in places you don't remember
09/21/00: If the Olympics banished television . . .
09/19/00: As summer ends, have the executives learned any lessons?
09/14/00: The new stardom that doesn't require paying any dues
09/12/00: Leave a light on for us children of the pioneers
09/09/00: River banks? How to turn water into an endless cash flow
09/06/00:Oh, give me a home, where the megabytes roam . . .
09/01/00: If this works, it can literally change young lives
08/30/00: From inside all those screen porches, one more cheer
08/24/00: Who will make your life better by August of 2004?
08/24/00: Four men running -- Why do we have to throw out two?
08/16/00:The certain way to measure the Lieberman factor
08/10/00: Can a library be a library without books?
08/08/00: Can't they spare eight nights every four years?
08/04/00: Cheney, Abe Lincoln and Ricky Martin -- do they add up?
08/02/00: Convention aside, you might want to tune in
07/27/00: How to make a killing
07/25/00: 'If we didn't do it, no one else would'
07/24/00: The executioners who walk among us
07/20/00: On Main Street, signs of the times tell two stories
07/18/00: Have the choices changed, or have we?
07/14/00: Gable, Hepburn, Zanuck--you wouldn't find them at HOJO's
07/13/00: The Great Lie about political conventions
07/06/00: If this is victory, what would defeat feel like?
06/29/00: A bright moon and a missing person on Orange Ave.
06/26/00: They're not singing our song
06/22/00: The name game
06/07/00: It's like knocking on a revolving door
06/06/00: Steven who? A close encounter of mistaken identity
06/02/00: Of summer days, summer nights and pebbles in a jar
05/31/00: The best laughter, the truest voices, will never fade
05/25/00: Of distant visions, close views, and Bobby Knight
05/24/00: 'The luckiest thing that ever happened to me'
05/23/00: 'It's funny how you remember the little things'
05/22/00: 'The whisper of a generation saying goodbye to its children'
05/19/00: The place to find life is not a keyboard
05/18/00: A problem of suds but no duds
05/17/00: Are those lazy, hazy dot-com days fading?
05/16/00: The truest things in life require not a single word
05/15/00: 'Evidently he didn't like the way she dusted the house'
05/12/00: Why news executives are hoping this 'woman' is a hit
05/11/00: Ted Koppel, Hitler, Mellencamp . . . and words of love
05/10/00: Maybe it's time for the right people to hear our cheers
05/09/00: The lesson that they always learn late
05/05/00: 'Excuse me, but there seems to be something in my water'
05/05/00: When your first dream turns out to be your best dream
05/04/00: Even baseball couldn't make light of this superstition
05/03/00: The ringmaster who looks back from your mirror
05/02/00: There they go, just a-yappin' down the street . . .
05/01/00: You must remember this (Unless you don't)
04/24/00: Now that casino ads are allowed to tell the truth . . .
04/13/00: The man in the seat across the airplane aisle
04/11/00: A star is born, but do you know where it's @?
04/06/00: Through the eyes of Norman Rockwell
03/21/00: 10 good reasons to avoid making this list
03/21/00: 'I tell myself that they've gone on vacation'
03/21/00: Monday Night Football memories
03/02/00: This report card deserves an 'A' in every subject
02/29/00: What really happened on New Year's eve
02/23/00: Of paste pots, Denver sandwiches and finding Dr. Sam
02/17/00: What would you like to stay exactly the same?
02/04/00: Politics: When did the stagehands step onto the stage?
02/01/00: An awesome idea to make you sound better
01/26/00: Y3K already? We haven't yet recovered from Y2K
01/21/00: Watching the pot that always boils
01/19/00:The story behind the men on the museum steps
01/13/00: Here's to the students who never hear a cheer
01/11/00: The oh-so-sweet sound of modems in the morning
01/04/00: The person in your mirror just got wiser
12/31/99: A lesson -- and a memory -- to last a millennium
12/29/99: Racing the clock, even when it's running backwards
12/13/99: The right to bear coffee
12/08/99: From teen idol to ink-stained wretch: Can you Dig it?
12/02/99: Human 'search engines'
11/30/99: Here's looking at you -- now hand over the cash
11/23/99: Who'll say 'I'm sorry' to the other Decatur students?
11/18/99: "From bad things, good can come"
11/16/99: The man who didn't know the meaning of 'whatever'
11/12/99: Is this progress? We have made the weekend obsolete
11/09/99: Today he would probably be called Kyle Kramden
11/04/99: And you thought the IRS was heartless
11/02/99: When it's free, what will the real price be?
10/29/99: The tissue-thin decisions that define who we are
10/26/99: One way to cut road rage down to size
10/22/99: Asking all the right questions takes a special pitch
10/18/99: The signs are talking to you; Are you listening?
10/12/99: Even Capone would be disgusted
10/08/99: Don't ever look your neighborhood bear in the eye
10/06/99: Land of the free and marketplace of the brave
10/04/99: German warplanes in American skies
09/30/99: While you fret, something is sneaking up on you
09/28/99: In these busy times, why not bring back a certain buzz?
09/24/99: The storms whose paths no one can track
09/21/99: Who's minding the store? Oh . . . never mind
09/17/99:Here's another place where you can't smoke
09/14/99: As certainly as `lovely Rita' follows `when I'm 64' . . .
09/09/99: Why is patience no longer a virtue?
09/07/99: Once upon a time, in an airport close to you . . .
09/03/99: The answers? They are right in front of us
09/01/99: Up the creek with a paddle--and cussing up a storm
08/30/99: $1 Million Question: How'd we get to be so stup-d?
08/27/99: Fun and games at Camp Umbilical Cord
08/25/99: How life has been changed by the woodpecker effect
08/23/99: If you don't like this story, blame the robot who wrote it
08/20/99: A four-letter word that has helped both Bob and Rhonda
08/18/99: They have picked the wrong country
08/16/99: From paperboy to stalker--how the news has changed
08/12/99: Why wasn't anyone watching his brothers?
08/10/99: Come to think of it, stars seldom are the retiring type
08/05/99: The national gaper's block is always jammed
07/29/99: 'Can you imagine the gift you gave me?'
07/27/99: A view to a kill -- but is this really necessary?
07/23/99: Some cream and sugar with your turbulence?
07/21/99: When your name is JFK jr., how do you choose to use it?
07/19/99: The real world is declared not real enough
07/15/99: The real victims of cruel and unusual punishment
07/13/99: A 21st Century idea for schools: log off and learn
07/09/99: Are life's sweetest mysteries still around the bend?
07/07/99: Of great minds, cream cheese and Freddy Cannon
07/02/99: The perfect spokesman for the American way
06/30/99: 'He's 9 years old . . . he trusts people'
06/28/99: A $581 million jackpot in the courthouse casino
06/25/99: A nighttime walk to a House that feels like a cage
06/23/99: At least give men credit for being more morose
06/18/99: On Father's Day, a few words about mothers
06/16/99: If work is a dance, how's your partner doing?
06/14/99: Should a dictionary ever tell you to keep quiet?
06/10/99: A story of Sex, the SuperBowl and your wife
06/07/99: Take a guess where "California Sun" is from
06/03/99: Of summer days, summer nights and pebbles in a jar
06/01/99: Putting your money where their mouths are
05/27/99: Pressed between wooden covers, the summer of her life
05/25/99:The lingering song of a certain summer
05/24/99:We could all use a return to the Buddy system
05/20/99: Now, this is enough to make James Bond double-0 depressed 05/17/99: It's midnight -- do you know where your parents are?
05/13/99: And now even saying "thank you" creates a problem
05/11/99: The answer was standing at the front door

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