Required Reading: October 23, 2006

Monday, October 23, 2006 - 09:51 AM

To Stand or Fall in Baghdad: Capital Is Key to Mission (NY Times)

Hungary Police Expel Protesters (Washington Post/AP)

Rise In Bribery Tests Integrity Of U.S. Border (LA Times)

In Deregulation, Power Plants Turn Into Blue Chips (NY Times)

Researchers See Privacy Pitfalls in No-Swipe Credit Cards (NY Times)

Clauses and Commas Make a Comeback (Washington Post)

Hil better watch her Barack! (NY Daily News)

Hevesi rival facing his own ethical woes (NY Daily News)

A+ for Mike, Joel (NY Daily News)

North and South Don't Share the Same View on Conditions at One Manhattan Park (Sunday NY Times)

Mothers in 50s Just as Good - Study (London Guardian)


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