January 28, 2008

NATIONAL

SECRET U.S. FILES REVEALED

SOCIETY

Suddenly teen pregnancy is cool?

WORLD

WHO KILLED BHUTTO?

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NATIONAL

SECRET U.S. FILES REVEALED

In 1988, the Americans accused the Mulroney government of rigging the Airbus deal. Here’s what they had.
Suddenly teen pregnancy is cool? 4041
SOCIETY

Suddenly teen pregnancy is cool?

For the first time in years, more kids are having kids—and not just in movies
WHO KILLED BHUTTO? 2425
WORLD

WHO KILLED BHUTTO?

The Musharraf government's ability to answer that question may determine its future
MAIL BAG 23

MAIL BAG

THANK YOU FOR Cathy Gulli and Kate Lunau’s excellent article on the doctor shortage (“Adding fuel to the doctor crisis,” Health, Jan. 14). The perfect storm, as I see it, was created by the coming together of three issues: too few places for physicians to be trained in our medical schools, an increasing overemphasis on specialization, and a new generation of physicians—male and female—who are seeking more balance in their lives.
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INTERVIEW

Q: Did you always see yourself as Arab-American? A: When I was 18 or 19, I remember going through customs in England and they asked me my nationality. I said, “Lebanese.” I’d never even been to Lebanon! This caused me to be detained for about six hours until they reached my father to confirm that I really was born in America.
It’s all very odd, 'that’s for sure' 5455
THE BACK PAGES

It’s all very odd, 'that’s for sure'

Why should Richard Warman be the only citizen to have his own personal inquisition?
The curse of the restaurant makeover 4849
THE BACK PAGES

The curse of the restaurant makeover

Once the TV cameras are gone, it’s not always quite so 'happily ever after'
IN THE PATH OF AN ECONOMIC STORM 3435
BUSINESS

IN THE PATH OF AN ECONOMIC STORM

Chances are Canada won’t escape the pain of a U.S. recession
EGG ROLLS IN...ZIMBABWE? 3031
WORLD

EGG ROLLS IN...ZIMBABWE?

Why China has become the big international player in Africa
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NEWSMAKERS

As the clock runs down on another Boston Celtics home victory, a disco anthem blares and the arena scoreboard flashes clips from a 1970s episode of American Bandstand. One onscreen dancer in particular gets the crowd on its feet, cheering during every game: a bearded man whom Celtics faithful call “Gino” because of his tight T-shirt, which bears the name and image of Montrealborn singer, composer and onetime disco heartthrob Gino Vannelli.
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