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Well, that was a fun experiment.  My free trial’s up and I’m not going to subscribe, so The Daily: Indexed is over.  Over on Waxy.org, I wrote up a post explaining how I generated the indexes from the iPad app… If anyone out there wants to take it over, let me know! — Andy.

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Monday, February 21, 2011

News

  1. 022111-NEWS-front
  2. 'STATE OF WAR' By Deborah Hastings — Bodies ‘piled up’ as Libya protesters storm military bases and move on capital
  3. YOUTUBE REVOLUTION
  4. GOV: BUTT OUT, MR. PRESIDENT By Jon Ward — Wisconsin’s tough-on-unions leader stands firm
  5. Houses divided By Ashley Kindergan — Families torn between union solidarity, taxpayer ire
  6. RUN, WALKER, RUN By Jon Ward — Budget battle gives governor buzz for presidential race
  7. SNOW AND REINS
  8. Racing against the clock By Joshua Hersh — Navy pursuers losing time in bid to save Americans held by pirates
  9. THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO ‘VROOM!’
  10. THE CUDDLE CHEMICAL By Katie Drummond — Hormone in a nasal spray might work behavioral miracles on problem kids
  11. ROYAL MAIL
  12. THE CHICAGO WAY By Daniel Libit — Only thing in doubt in this election is how big Rahm’s margin will be
  13. THE SENATOR’S SECRET
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  15. TOY WONDER By Kayleen Schaefer — 35,000-piece vintage collection up for sale is world in miniature
  16. LOADING UP – ALL ON THE TAXPAYER’S DIME
  17. Monster business By David Thier — Mardi Gras float-building dynasty gets New Orleans’ party started
  18. PACKING BOOKS & HEAT IN TEXAS
  19. What’s your number? Donald Rumsfeld, asked if the U.S. would not have invaded Iraq if the Bush administration had known there were no WMDs. 
  20. ORPHANAGE FIRE KILLS 10 IN ESTONIA
  21. CHOPPER SAVES CADET CLIMBERS
  22. GRUNT’S-EYE VIEW

Gossip

  1. CATCH A FALLING STAR — L.A.’S CHATEAU MARMONT IS QUITE A TRIP FOR CELEBS
  2. What a trip!
  3. Bye, Bieber bowl cut — Teen star risks inciting fan wrath and dis-tress
  4. Get it together, Grammys — Hip-hop manager Stoute’s stunning call-out of awards show
  5. TONY PARKER GOES FOR AN EASY LAYUP

Opinion

  1. In living color By Maura Kelly — Al Jazeera televises the revolution
  2. Mideast’s visual revolution — Television brought protests home in a way social media did not
  3. Fruitless search — In the age of Google, knowledge is still hard to come by
  4. Sign here, honey — The ins and outs of prenups for the shacked-up

Arts & Life

  1. Short cuts — Joe Torrenuevo is the hair maestro responsible for some of Hollywood’s most famous heads
  2. From Brando to ‘Breck girl’ By Bill Bradley — The man responsible for the world’s most famous locks
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  4. The power and the glory By Heather Havrilesky — Celebrating our Oscar films in an age of extreme ambition
  5. Sick workout, bro By Bill Bradley — What the doctors say about exercising while you’re ill
  6. The cult of J Dilla By Kabir Chibber — Dead since 2006, he’s a martyr for a purer hip-hop

Apps & Games

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  2. A living Legend By David Thier — Epic Zelda franchise turns 25 with a new challenge: Staying relevant
  3. Back to MacBook Pro
  4. SPARED

Sports

  1. 022111-SPORTS-section-front
  2. THE KID IS ALL RIGHT
  3. KNOCK ON WOOD — 85-year-old owner finds way back to Victory Lane
  4. "LET’S GO RACING" — The Daytona 500 had a little bit of everything: A tribute to Dale Earnhardt Sr.; a big crash on Lap…
  5. MUCH MOORE — Purdue star scores career-high 38 points in victory over Ohio State
  6. L.A. LOVEFEST By John Walters — NBA All-Star Weekend provides a reason to be positive about the league
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  9. 022111_Sports_Cactus
  10. 022111-SPORTS-3-to-watch
  11. BADDELEY WINS  NORTHERN TRUST
  12. LIGETY’S WIN OVERSHADOWED

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Sunday, February 20, 2011

News

  1. 022011-NEWS-front
  2. PIRATE AWAITS HIS PRIZE By Anthony DeCeglie — Somali chief waits for hostages as U.S. works on a rescue
  3. Death squads strike in Libya By Alex Dickinson — At least 100 dead as Gadhafi unleashes mercenaries to stop unrest
  4. Peace reigns for now — Bahrain’s king agrees to international demands to halt violence crackdown
  5. CLEARER PICTURE — Google Earth lets poor Bahrainis know how much richer their rulers are
  6. LIGHTS, CAMERA, MAGIC! By Scott Broock — From “Star Wars” to “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” from “Jurassic Park” to “The Abyss,” from “Harry…
  7. SHE FOUGHT THE LAW By Elizabeth Saab and Noreen O’Donnell — Some parents are willing to cross the line for their children’s education
  8. O’s Christmas tree, O’s Christmas tree!
  9. SAVING FACE By Alex Dickinson — Their canvas is the human face. A classically trained group of artists and sculptors in Ohio are…
  10. MORTGAGE MISCREANT AVOIDS A HARD CELL
  11. Dueling rallies in Madison
  12. BATTLE LINES
  13. Bernie with a beard By Mike Cronin — An Amish Madoff bilked neighbors of millions yet still they try to forgive
  14. App’s developer deserves a merit badge
  15. Banksy’s best picture — Documentaried vandal tags Hollywood art to push own goal: Oscar
  16. FOOD PRICES THREATEN PEACE
  17. RUNNING OUT OF MEDS — Patients, be warned: Your pharmaceutical of choice might soon be in scarce supply. An unprecedented shortage of drugs could become life-threatening for sick Americans. Here’s a by-the-numbers look.
  18. SAVING LIVES DEEP IN TALIBAN COUNTRY — The crew of airborne medics circled the southern Afghanistan battlefield in a Black Hawk medevac…
  19. What’s your number? Liberal pundit Ed Schultz, to conservative talk radio’s Rush Limbaugh.
  20. GEITHNER VS. THE GOP

Gossip

  1. A BREAK FROM HAITI — PENN IN ROME WITH CRISTINA SERAFINI  AFTER FALLING-OUT WITH RELIEF PARTNER 
  2. Love-Haiti relationship — Aid effort has lasted longer than Jenkins’ partnership with Penn
  3. ‘Snow White’ and the  Seven Contenders
  4. Princess takes a jab — But typecast Amy Adams shows she can role with punches
  5. 'HOUSEWIVES' HOST THE NEXT REGIS?
  6. FORCES OF NATURE

Opinion

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  2. What’s in store — A fatal supermarket bombing is symbolic of the war in Afghanistan
  3. Reforming health care — ObamaCare’s most grievous provisions have got to go
  4. Mr. Hu, tear down this wall — China’s cyber censors wage losing battle that could delegitimize regime
  5. A tongue is cut out — Aramaic, once the Mideast’s main language, is now a footnote
  6. America’s first public transsexual By Graeme Wood — She changed the world by changing her gender

Arts & Life

  1. The home as easel — Richard Gillette’s interior design makes leaving the house that much harder
  2. Dear Coquette, — My dad died of mesothelioma a year-and-a-half ago. But that’s not why I’m writing. I need advice…
  3. The reality of fantasy By Ana Marie Cox — Author argues we can solve the world’s problems through video games
  4. Books
  5. Movies
  6. Movies

Apps & Games

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  2. Nervous? Anxious? There’s an app for that — Meet ‘Shrinky,’ the iPad psychotherapist
  3. To jailbreak or not to jailbreak? — Sony tries to lock down PS3, but hackers find their own key to get in
  4. Back to the past
  5. 022011-APPS-UI-assero — One day someone in an R&D lab said “What if we took the reproductive anatomy of a kangaroo, combined it with a backpack, and created a new kind of gadget conveyance bag?” Thus was born the Assero Defender, a front-facing fashion disaster that makes grown men look pregnant and pregnant women shake their heads in disgust.

Sports

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  2. A TEX MESS — Late free throws help Cornhuskers upend No. 3 Longhorns  
  3. STORM WARNING — St. John’s proves it’s the real deal with last-minute win over Pitt
  4. LIFE IN THE FAST LANE By Charles Curtis
  5. SPINNING ITS WHEELS
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  7. BITTERSWEET LEGACY By Charles Curtis — Earnhardt’s death 10 years ago led to lasting safety improvements
  8. THE LAST LAP — Earnhardt Sr. predicted before death that racing would ‘go on after I’m gone’
  9. THOUSANDS MOURN AUBURN TREES
  10. WOW FACTOR — Griffin puts car in rear-view
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  13. 022011_Sports_Cactus
  14. NCAA HAS NEW DIV. I REBOUND LEADER
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  16. SEVENTH HEAVEN — Devils keep winning streak alive with victory over Hurricanes

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Saturday, February 19, 2011

News

  1. 021911-NEWS-front
  2. Days of rage in Madison By Ashley Kindergan and Meredith Mandell — Wisconsin uprising over anti-union bill shows signs of spreading to other states
  3. Thanks, now get out By Ashley Kindergan — Town that hosted itinerant lawmakers won’t miss them
  4. THE BUDGET FIX IS IN By Alex Dickinson — Wondering what all the ruckus in Wisconsin is about? The answer lies in the text of the Budget Repair Bill. If passed, it would:
  5. DERRIERING YOU NOT TO LOOK By Alex Dickinson — Cheeky ‘ass-cam’ shows what goes on behind a girl’s back
  6. BLOODBATH IN BAHRAIN By NewsCore — Troops fire into mourning demonstrators; other Arab governments brutally crack down
  7. A week that shook the world — A massive crowd in Tahrir Square celebrates and vows to keep agitating
  8. STOP BLUBBERING! By Carmel Melouney — Japan forced to end whale hunting
  9. Cuts like a knife By Jon Ward — House Republicans carve chunks from Obama’s budget
  10. Outrageous fortune By Benjamin Carlson — A soothsayer fights for the right to predict your future within city limits
  11. GET OFF YOUR BUTTS, Y’ALL — Study shows couch potatoes thrive in South and Appalachia
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  13. OBAMA TOASTS THE TECHIES By Chavie Lieber —
  14. GAME TIME
  15. What’s your number? Defrocked, Facebook-addicted nun “Sister Internet” 
  16. BORDERING ON UGLY By Jenny Merkin — Fearful fashionistas say immigration agents won’t let foreign models in
  17. Reclaiming a neighborhood gone to pot
  18. HOT FLASH
  19. JPMORGAN CHIEF CAN BANK ON IT
  20. BADFELLAS By Tori Richards — Federal indictment names 99 members of a violent Armenian crime syndicate
  21. SLEEK AND LEAKY By Thomas Francis — Trial alleges designer’s Dubai submarine yachts were never seaworthy
  22. Pirates hijack yacht with 4 Americans
  23. Pupils who go  ‘ping’ By Carmel Melouney — School systems say GPS program helps them cut down on truancy

Gossip

  1. STARLET TELEVISION — Big-screen indie actresses like Zooey Deschanel are turning to TV
  2. Turning to TV — Big-screen beauties find work in a different medium
  3. Smash hit
  4. Black & white & bloody — Are Mets owners good or bad? Depends on which paper you read
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  6. BABIES, NOT!
  7. MOM ADMITS LINDSAY’S LIFELONG ADDICTION

Opinion

  1. 021911-OPINIONS-front
  2. What I learned from social conservatives — Hillsdale College’s outsize influence
  3. A sad demonstration — Union debate has lawmakers on the run
  4. Arizona fends off a water ‘invasion’ By Timothy Farrington — States’ bitter battle over the Hoover Dam and water rights
  5. Still blaming the victim — Crass tweets about Lara Logan’s ordeal highlight a persistent problem

Arts & Life

  1. The grind — Specialty coffee moves from West to East, making a cup of joe a boutique experience
  2. Poured perfect By Bill Bradley — Milk art and five-minute espressos abound as specialty coffee continues to spread from West to East
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  4. Jell-O? Hell no! By Molly Young — Chefs battle to abolish bland hospital fare
  5. Bruncha baloney! By Dan Duray — Top chefs think the Sunday rush is a road to nowhere

Apps & Games

  1. 021911-APPS-front
  2. Low-tech:  Hario Skerton Coffee Mill By Mathew Honan
  3. You move too fast
  4. 021911-APPS-ask-1-1 — Our two resident gadget geeks are here to answer your burning tech questions. Go ahead, ask them anything.

Sports

  1. 021911-SPORTS-section-front
  2. MISSED SHOTS By Chris Strauss — These four early favorites are likely to be left out of March Madness
  3. DECISION TIME
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  5. JUST END IT — Anthony’s ‘mind’s boggled’ as trade talks continue to drag on
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  7. ‘BLACK THANKSGIVING’ BRINGS IRE
  8. ARMED AND READY By Hal McCoy — With a blistering fastball, Chapman prepared for expanded role with Reds
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  10. 021911_Sports_Grapefruit
  11. CARDINALS RULE — Louisville’s defense shuts down Walker, UConn in 71-58 victory
  12. WILD DOMINATION — Minnesota snaps losing streak with shellacking of Anaheim
  13. COLTS CUT TIES TO SANDERS 
  14. GIRL WRESTLER OUSTED

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Friday, February 18, 2011

News

  1. 021811-NEWS-front
  2. NOWHERE TO HIDE By Ashley Kindergan and Meredith Mandell — Wis. legislators flee across state line in support of teachers
  3. CASE OF THE JEWISH TALIBAN By Daniel Libit — Orthodox family man in Chicago ‘burbs tried to sell missiles to terrorists: feds
  4. AMERICAN IDLE By Jon Ward — Government shutdown looms as parties take a hard line on budget
  5. MEGA MEDI-FRAUD By Anthony DeCeglie — 100-plus rounded up on charges of $225M in phony billing
  6. CONTAGIOUS UNREST
  7. FORGOTTEN HEROES By Sarah Ryley — Bomb-sniffing dogs in Iraq, Afghanistan cast aside after service
  8. Drug raiders picked on wrong guy – a law prof By Justin Rocket Silverman — He’s suing wrong-door DEA agents for ‘every penny’ he’s due
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  10. DANGER ZONE — 10,000 babies hurt in cribs, bassinets and playpens every year
  11. RED, WHITE AND BOOZE
  12. MIDEAST MAYHEM By Deborah Hastings — Death and destruction in Bahrain as region flares up
  13. WANT A BITE?
  14. BILL TO PROTECT FETUSES GETS KO’d
  15. Watchful birdie — ‘Hummingbird’ is world’s smallest spy drone
  16. THE SUN’S GOT FLARE
  17. FARE THEE WELL By David Koenig — Major airlines rolling back their latest increase
  18. AND THE WINNERS ARE … 25 LIONS!
  19. ANTI-ISRAEL VOTE SQUEEZES OBAMA
  20. What’s your number? Tweet from the official account of the Red Cross, posted mistakenly and promptly removed
  21. OBAMA PLUGS IN

Gossip

  1. MODELING  BAD BEHAVIOR — PITCHING A NEW SHOW, AGENT LOSES TOUCH WITH REALITY
  2. He’s a maniac, for sure — Supermodel agent’s confession in reality show pitch
  3. Chefs burning bridges — Lure of TV celebrity really steams Jose Andres
  4. Heat up, cool down
  5. IT’S THE FASHION TO LET THEM EAT CAKE

Opinion

  1. 021811-OPINIONS-front
  2. Exploding cigar — Shortages and corruption make Havana regime vulnerable
  3. Losing our minds — Thoughtful office-holders are limiting their political careers
  4. Brothers’ billion-dollar binge on silver mania By Erica Grieder — The Hunts’ bid to corner the market — and its spectacular collapse
  5. Hard choices ahead — A government awash in red ink must learn private-sector lessons

Arts & Life

  1. Sweet Vanessa — Depp’s paramour performs to a pleased New York City crowd
  2. One ticket to Paradis By Zach Baron — Singer best known as Depp’s mate was around long before Jack Sparrow
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  4. Black Eyed Peas By @Discographies — Our musical mathematician breaks  down what makes up performers.
  5. Later, dog By Molly Young — Poodles and classic pieces at the finish line
  6. Double dog dare By Molly Young — Inside the freaky-deaky world of pet-copying
  7. The kids aren’t all right By Heather Havrilesky — Bleak ‘Putty Hill’ turns apathy right back into apathy
  8. Won’t you tell me who I am? By Heather Havrilesky — ‘Unknown’ searches for identity, hits wall, naps ensue
  9. Movies
  10. Movies

Apps & Games

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  2. The living dread By David Thier — Child’s killing by zombie could make Dead Island trailer most upsetting in video game history
  3. RoboCity

Sports

  1. 021811-SPORTS-section-front
  2. LIFE IN THE FAST LANE
  3. BACK ON TRACK
  4. GOING TO THE MAT By Charles Curtis — Boy refuses to wrestle girl, part of growing issue in the sport
  5. OLD RELIABLE By Rick Bozich — At 66, Boeheim still has Syracuse among the college basketball elite
  6. FINGER ROLLING — Williams returns from pinky injury to key Arizona’s victory
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  9. INNER DEMONS By Jon Paul Morosi — Latest arrest indicates that Cabrera has a serious problem
  10. OUT OF HIS TREE By John Walters — Alabama fan allegedly poisons venerable Auburn oaks
  11. ROSE BLOSSOMS — All-Star starter has career-high 42 points to lead Bulls past Spurs
  12. ROAD FAVORITES — Red Wings draw huge crowd away from home, then thump Lightning
  13. HAMMERIN’ HANK PICKS RED SOX, GIANTS
  14. 021811-SPORTS-3-to-watch
  15. MEDIATION IN NFL TALKS 

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Thursday, February 17, 2011

(Note: Yes, this is the same cover image as yesterday. The Daily crew accidentally reposted yesterday’s cover to their website instead of today’s cover.)

News

  1. 021711-NEWS-front
  2. See The Daily in action
  3. PAINFUL LESSON — There must be something going around. More than 24,000 public school students in Madison, Wis.,…
  4. 021711-NEWS-union-map-1-2 By Meredith Mandell — A guide to where strapped gov’ts are taking aim at public employees
  5. TARGET: TENURE By Noreen O’Donnell — Ratings tied to 3 R’s would sink ‘ineffective’ N.J. teachers
  6. THIS IS NO JOKE By Benjamin Carlson — Tasteless tweets about Lara Logan cost writer his college job
  7. Coming full circle in Cairo — These photos show how Tahrir Square — above, on Feb. 8, three days before Egypt’s regime fell, and below, a week later — handled being the address of a revolution.
  8. KEEPING UP WITH THE GADHAFIS
  9. SAVAGING THE BEASTS
  10. 021711-NEWS-jeopardy-watson-1
  11. Sen. Brown: I was a victim of abuse at 10 NewsCore — Mass. Republican tells of sex molestation at camp
  12. DEADLY AMBUSH By Alberto Fajardo — Mexican drug gang blamed in shooting of U.S. immigration agents
  13. Losing my religion — Church memberships drop in 2010 
  14. CHRISTIE SPREADS THE BLAME By Jon Ward — N.J. governor ‘worried’ about future of nation
  15. GOOGLE’S MOON DREAMS By Mike Cronin — Space race starts anew with robots – and $30M at finish line
  16. RAIDERS ROUND UP ARMENIAN WISEGUYS
  17. BABY’S FIRST STEPS — In London, a baby gorilla reluctantly takes his first steps at his mother’s urging. Tiny, who is 3…
  18. BUDGET SLASHER: MUTE THE OOMPAH
  19. Plane as day, less delay — But House targets rules that improved wait times
  20. GO KIM, IT’S YOUR BIRTHDAY!
  21. LOVE AT FIRST BITE By Kayleen Schaefer — Case of the nibbled ‘Twilight’ fan highlights gory youth craze
  22. From ranter to writer By Alex Dickinson — Student-trashing teacher could now get book deal
  23. KIDS JUST  IGNORE FAST  FOOD LABELS
  24. Dead on the tracks By Deborah Hastings — Florida rejects federal funding for high-speed rail project
  25. 33 YEARS IN THE BRIG — Only surviving pirate from 2009 hijack nailed to the mast
  26. What’s your number? Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, via Twitter
  27. CHINA BEACH
  28. YOU GOT SURFED! — Finally, a way to go surfing in your backyard! A group of inventors this week unveiled the holy…
  29. Ships pass in the fright By Mark Lavie — Edgy Israel says Iran will send 2 war vessels through Suez Canal

Gossip

  1. SORKIN CASTS ‘OLBERMANN’ — FLASH EXCLUSIVE: ‘WEST WING’ GURU’S HBO PILOT CENTERS ON FICTIONAL CRANKY TV HOST
  2. 'Olbermann' show — Flash’s sneak peek at new Sorkin pilot reveals familiar lefty grump
  3. Glamazons get real — SI swimsuit models dish about celeb men and boozy photo shoots
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  5. Daddy do-little — Lindsay’s ill-advised Letterman gig was Michael Lohan’s idea
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  7. ALBA’S A MAMA!
  8. KANYE IS JUST MADE OF MONEY

Opinion

  1. 021711-OPINIONS-front
  2. China’s growth problem
  3. Lesson 1: ‘Me first’ — After sickout by Wisconsin teachers, the dog ate all of our sympathy
  4. A bad bargain — Taxpayers suffer at the hands of public-sector unions
  5. Chicago welcomes Italy’s fascist fliers By Sara Mayeux — Mussolini’s air adventurers become envoys to America and the world

Arts & Life

  1. Pouf! It’s magic — The Daily follows Fashion Week and goes  backstage for hair and makeup at Marchesa
  2. Dude looks like a lady By Molly Young — Oh wait, that IS a lady
  3. Tress rehearsal — Try this at home, if you must, but better to ask a hair professional like Alexandre Chouery how to go big this week
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  5. Birds of a feather
  6. What the Dickens! By Molly Young
  7. Books

Apps & Games

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  2. TECH_NEWS By Chavie Lieber — Casual games could ease depression, study finds
  3. Migration trepidation
  4. Hands on with  the Motorola Atrix — By Peter Ha
  5. Kneel before Watson

Sports

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  2. A STAR IS BORN By Chris Strauss — Clippers’ Griffin challenging Bryant to be ‘King of Los Angeles’
  3. PITCH MAN By Chris Strauss
  4. REAR-ENDED — Junior goes to back of Daytona field after fender bender
  5. A RAY OF HOPE
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  7. 021711_Sports_Cactus
  8. HE CAN BANK ON IT By Ken Rosenthal — Like other great players, Pujols will get what he wants in free agency
  9. EARLY LEG UP — Arsenal’s stunning win over Barcelona fueled by late rally
  10. SKY WALKER — Star’s high-flying play helps UConn defeat Georgetown
  11. LITTLE BIG MAN — 5-foot-9 Jackson a towering presence as Purdue beats Wisconsin
  12. ENDLESS SAGA — Even Carmelo eager to get a resolution to ongoing trade situation
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  14. STEELERS’ CLARK  RIPS SUPER SEATING
  15. ALL-STAR BROKEN — Lakers drop third straight, this time to lowly Cavaliers
  16. WE HEAR …
  17. 021711-SPORTS-3-to-watch
  18. TAURASI CLEARED 

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

News

  1. 021611-NEWS-front
  2. See The Daily in action
  3. SAVAGES IN SEX ATTACK ON CBS’ LOGAN — Cairo reporter in hospital after mob frenzy in square
  4. ABSENT By Noreen O’Donnell — Labor disputes keep New York, D.C. districts away from education summit
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  6. Getting tough on unions By Ashley Kindergan — Wis. governor, public employees clash amid threat of 6,000 layoffs
  7. Rock ‘n’ hole — Deep Impact left a mark after all. Scientists said yesterday that they have seen evidence of a…
  8. MAMMA MIA, By Alex Dickinson — All-female bench will sit  in judgment of womanizer
  9. MERRY-GO-HOUND — Scottish pioneer Hickory takes Westminster’s Best in Show crown
  10. What’s your number? Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., on Michelle Obama’s push to encourage breast feeding.
  11. GROUND CONTROL TO CDR. KELLY
  12. 021611-NEWS-putin-palace-1 By Nora Barak — Vlad’s pad will be a $1 billion vacation palace
  13. BUDGET BATTLE HEATS UP By Jon Ward — GOP will push plan for deep cuts as Obama hits ‘impatient’ critics
  14. LIAR, AND PROUD OF IT By Carmel Melouney — Iraqi tipster happy that he misled U.S. about Saddam’s WMDs
  15. FREEDOM IS RINGIN’ IN BAHRAIN By Josh Massoud — Protesters seize central plaza as Arab unrest grows
  16. SOFT MONEY By Avi Zenilman — County executive accused of telling wife to hide cash in her bra
  17. Real bang-up job — Home Depot to add 60,000 seasonal workers for spring
  18. BITTER FRUIT FOR DEL MONTE
  19. WINNERS HAD A MILLION REASONS TO WAIT
  20. What is … smackdown?! — IBM’s supercomputer stomps the champs on ‘Jeopardy!’
  21. VETS’ SUIT CLAIMS COLLEGE RIP-OFF
  22. A fin mess — Save the shark! California pushes ban on delicacy
  23. 'Open season on abortion doctors' By Deborah Hastings — South Dakota bill would legalize killing to defend a fetus
  24. GOV’T SHUTDOWN LOOMS OVER CUTS

Gossip

  1. 'Men' o' war — Charlie Sheen’s TV boss takes potshot at wayward star
  2. Free Foxy Knoxy! — Hayden’s sympathy for convicted killer she portrays
  3. ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
  4. COULTER SPICES UP HER VALENTINE’S DAY

Opinion

  1. 021611-OPINIONS-front
  2. Author runs for mayor on the ‘No BS’ platform By Cameron Abadi — Norman Mailer and his strange ‘69 race in a New York on the edge
  3. Obama’s undiplomatic turn — President sells out his own people trying to show he was right on Egypt
  4. Welcome to Mittworld — The private equity baron gets it wrong on jobs
  5. The future’s so bright — There are more than a few reasons to be optimistic

Arts & Life

  1. The pursuit of wealthyness — Willow and Jaden Smith’s spectacular ubiquity
  2. The kids and the haul By Lauren Bans — Celeb scions Willow and Jaden Smith are precocious, money-making machines
  3. GIVE A HAND TO THE BAND
  4. Lady Gaga, ‘Born This Way’ By Maura Johnston — Lady Gaga’s “comeback” single — not that there’s been an “away” for her to return from — is a…
  5. Ice queens By Molly Young — Serious looks on the runway

Apps & Games

  1. 021611-APPS-front
  2. Tech talk reigns in Spain — The second day of the Mobile World Congress, the annual mobile phone industry exhibition held in Barcelona, Spain, has been short on stunners, but long on chances to see into the minds leading the world’s highest-profile tech companies.
  3. Icebreaker — Hi, we’re The Daily.  Tell us about yourself
  4. Music on demand
  5. Facebook phones

Sports

  1. 021611-SPORTS-section-front
  2. SMART MONEY
  3. NO GIANT CHANGES By Jon Paul Morosi — San Francisco starts spring training with same loose clubhouse
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  5. 021611_Sports_Grapefruit
  6. TRUMP CARD — The Donald hints at buying a share of the New York Mets
  7. IT’S A GAS By Charles Curtis — Pit-crew reduction could make fueling a trickier process
  8. SCHOOL DAZE By Thayer Evans — Clowney had a lot to think about before picking South Carolina
  9. STATE-MENTS — Buckeyes show they can overcome loss; Spartans ‘ain’t dead yet’
  10. HOT TO TOTT — Tottenham Hotspur earns critical road victory over AC Milan
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  12. FRYE’S THE GUY  — Forward powers Phoenix with a career night as Suns slip past Jazz
  13. MANNING GETS TAGGED BY INDY
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  15. STILL THE ONE — Flyers beat Lightning in battle of East’s top two teams

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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

News

  1. 021511-NEWS-front
  2. See The Daily in action
  3. WAIL TO THE CHIEF By Jon Ward — Obama panned left and right as $3.7T budget fails to rein in debt
  4. FAST TRAIN TO NOWHERE By Deborah Hastings — Obama’s bullet-speed boondoggle draws fire
  5. HIGH RENT DISTRICT By Sarah Ryley — D.C.’s agencies that prosper amid cuts
  6. SCHOOL FIGHT By Noreen O’Donnell — Obama, GOP set to clash over funding for Pell Grants, education reform
  7. SHOEDUNIT By Dave Thier — Town mourns beloved sole-ful tree after it’s felled by ‘hateful’ vandal
  8. WAR ON TERRIER By Chavie Lieber — Combat hero turned pooch handler heads into battle at Westminster Dog Show
  9. SMASH HITS — Supercollider makes music with universal appeal
  10. Fires of fury scorch Iran By Ali Akbar Dareini — Thousands clash as Egypt’s revolution fever spreads
  11. WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS
  12. VARMINT CHIC
  13. What’s your number? — Charlie Sheen in a surprise visit to the UCLA baseball team.
  14. SPY vs. DUBAI By Curt Anderson — Bizarre sub-building dispute pits French agent against emirate
  15. Engulfed in lies — Bogus oil-spill claims snarling relief pay for real BP victims
  16. PRISON SMUGGLING PUTS CELLS IN CELLS
  17. DUCT TAPE CAN’T FIX THIS HOLE
  18. Tali-bam! You’re busted — 7 charged in worldwide drug ring to support terrorists
  19. GAY OLD TIME By Sarah Ryley — Retirement comes out in first-of-its-kind senior village
  20. Clinton tells tyrants: Tear down this firewall

Gossip

  1. John Cougar who? — Forget ‘Jack and Diane’ — meet Elaine and Russell
  2. 'S&M' VIDEO
  3. 021511-GOSSIP-sports-illustrated — CRISTIANO RONALDO’S RUSSIAN SWEETHEART SNAGS SI’S TOP SWIMSUIT SPOT
  4. INSULTING BOSS’ WIFE COSTS DESIGNER ‘EMPIRE’
  5. BILLION-DOLLAR JESSICA

Opinion

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  2. Bowing out of challenge — Obama misses budget opportunity as China builds a future
  3. The side effect of cancer is death — New study on cancer drug Avastin is misleading
  4. Pretenders, not cutters — Obama, GOP talk budget austerity, but run away from hard work
  5. Not on the same page
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Arts & Life

  1. Ladies and the tramp — Day three of Fashion Week brings the mussed muses and the perfectly turned-out
  2. Move it! By Molly Young — Models shake their tail feathers in dynamic dresses
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  4. Artist in wonderland By Nora Barak — Korean transforms children’s visions of make-believe into reality
  5. Season of the ditz By Lauren Bans
  6. What’s mine is yours By Lauren Bans —

Apps & Games

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  2. Break up the brand By Tracey John — Guitar Hero franchise takes the stairway to heaven — and that’s a good thing. 
  3. Marvel vs. Capcom 3 — The comic book/video game collaboration returns to the ring
  4. Windows shopping
  5. CHOPPED!

Sports

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  2. SPIT TO BE TIED By Emma Span — Despite Tiger’s apology, his indiscretion is still on everyone’s lips
  3. SALIVA SQUAD — Tiger Woods is not the first celebrity spitter in the world
  4. NUMBER ONE STUNNER — In-state rival Kansas State stomps top-ranked Kansas
  5. PRESSURE-PHILLED
  6. UNDER THE MICROSCOPE — People will watch these players closely in spring training
  7. STARTING OVER — Harden looks to rejuvenate his career where it began, in Oakland
  8. CUBS, MARMOL AGREE ON THREE-YEAR DEAL
  9. POUNDING PAVEMENT By Charles Curtis — New surface at Daytona causing mixed reviews among racers and fans
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  11. SHIFTING GEARS — Rules changes make NASCAR a whole new chase this year
  12. WRONG ROUTE — Charlotte hands road-weary Lakers their worst loss of the season
  13. OVER AND OUT — Colorado’s Forsberg pulls the plug on his NHL comeback
  14. TEARFUL RONALDO  CALLS IT QUITS
  15. 021511-SPORTS-3-to-watch
  16. GAMECOCKS LAND STAR 

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Monday, February 14, 2011

News

  1. 021411-NEWS-front
  2. See The Daily in action
  3. HARD TO SWALLOW By Ashley Kindergan — Soaring global food prices will soon hurt U.S. shoppers
  4. HERE’S A TIP!
  5. Slashers lurk in D.C. By Jon Ward — Budget plans with deep cuts expected from Obama and House
  6. I’LL JUST COPY U. By Benjamin Carlson — Company helps colleges spot plagiarism in applications
  7. What’s your number? Ann Coulter, fire-breathing pundit and journalist, speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
  8. GETTING THE POINT
  9. THIS BEER WON’T GO TO YOUR WASTE
  10. Zip it, Berlusconi! — Thousands of women tell Casanova to keep his pants on
  11. Obama’s Cairo stumble By Joshua Hersh — Egypt’s protesters demand to know: Why didn’t you support us earlier?
  12. Cries for freedom ring across Mideast By Deborah Hastings — Algeria and Yemen regimes use iron fist on protesters
  13. FUR IS IN FASHION — In the shadow of New York’s Fashion Week, a group of dogs and their owners took to the catwalk,…
  14. ELDERBOTS By James Vlahos — Building lifelike ‘bots that win the hearts of the elderly
  15. IT GOT PRETTY HOT IN THAT CHILE MINE
  16. Soda study now losing all its fizz By Katie Drummond — Diet-drink link to stroke is sloppy research, critics say
  17. Want Cupid? Act stupid By Elizabeth Semrai — Great thinkers show brains and heart don’t mix
  18. ZUCKERBERG STALKER BOOKS 1-WAY TICKET
  19. GAS PRICES ROCKET TO MID-FEB. RECORD

Gossip

  1. VICTORIA’S  NOT-SO-LITTLE SECRET — SPICY DESIGNER IS A MOM-TO-BE, BUT WANTS EYES ON HER FASHION LINE, NOT HER BELLY
  2. Fashionable ploy — Victoria’s baby bump doesn’t distract from the Beckham line
  3. Stay calm, Beliebers — Justin says he’s ‘happy’ after upset, but will his rabid fans lash out?
  4. Blame it on Rio — Trip to Brazil was life-changing for Hollywood agent Styne
  5. HOLLYWOOD HONCHOS IN DEM CASH BASH

Opinion

  1. 021411-OPINIONS-front
  2. From Africa, with love — Valentine’s Day is big business for many struggling nations
  3. Too big. Must fail. — The nanny state for mortgages needs its own revolt
  4. Salad haze — How an overcautious bill would put companies out of business
  5. Original psycho killer and his teenage love By Graeme Wood — The ’50s murder spree that inspired terror — and a spate of films

Arts & Life

  1. Wack acts — A night of wild spectacle and upset winners at the Grammys
  2. Hammy Grammy By @discographies — Oddest awards show in years serves up  shrieking, spectacle — and surprises
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  4. SHOWSTOPPERS
  5. Oh, the drama! By Molly Young — Hyperventilating hordes treated to runways bursting with life

Apps & Games

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  2. Humans in ’Jeopardy!’ By Mike Cronin — An intelligent computer will take on the game show’s top champs
  3. Technolust By Ramona Emerson — No candy, no flowers: This V-Day, get your sweetie a cool gadget
  4. TECH_NEWS By Peter Ha
  5. Game on

Sports

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  2. CELTIC PRIDE By Bill Reiter — Boston beats Miami again, proves it has the Big 3’s number
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  4. SUPERMAN RETURNS — Lakers unable to stop Howard and the Magic
  5. LOVE 2 HATE — In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are the people who will never get a box of chocolate from most sports fans
  6. PLAY BALL
  7. YOUNG FAN LEARNS A TOUGH LESSON — All baseball lovers experience heartbreak at some point, but this 3-year-old Rangers fan is…
  8. IT’S BAT DAY — Flying mammals prove to be a menace at Rays’ spring-training ballpark
  9. BOILING OVER — Purdue comes back against Illinois with a scorching second half
  10. JUNIOR WINS THE POLE — NASCAR, which is trying to boost its sagging attendance and television ratings, could not have…
  11. SLOW IT DOWN — NASCAR making two changes to keep speeds under control
  12. SILVER METTLE
  13. OHIO STATE STAR  SAYS FANS SPIT
  14. SUPER-MAD MARIO — Lemieux calls Islanders’ punishment ‘a travesty,’ questions his NHL future
  15. OUTTA NOWHERE — Murray’s partner Points claims first PGA Tour win at Pebble Beach
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  17. RONALDO DONE — Brazil star and three-time World Player of the Year says ‘time is up’

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Sunday, February 13, 2011

News

  1. 021311-NEWS-front
  2. 021311-NEWS-TOC-HOW-TO
  3. LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR By Sarah Ryley — Military’s base commanders target soldiers’ mascots for execution
  4. 021311-NEWS-elderbots-1 By James Vlahos — Eldercare robots ready to help tend to needs of aging population
  5. BACK TO SQUARE ONE By Joshua Hersh — Egyptians unite to clean epicenter of revolution, reclaim their country
  6. ALGERIA TEETERS ON BRINK By Meredith Mandell — The next Mideast revolution is brewing against Bouteflika
  7. POLL: PAUL BEATS ROMNEY — AGAIN
  8. SAVE OUR SCHOOLS By Noreen O’Donnell and Josh Bernstein — What’s the price of a bad teacher? About $1 million, said Eric Hanushek, a senior fellow at…
  9. AIR FORCE — If you build it, they will come — and catch mad air. Training at the world’s largest ski flying…
  10. MUSHARRAF REFUSES TO GO TO COURT
  11. A seat at the table — Instead of sitting out extreme sports, some are trying Hockern
  12. What’s your number? Denver sheepskin store arsonist on his 5-year prison sentence
  13. Berlusconi faces a revolt
  14. THE LOOK OF LOVE — Looking for love this Valentine’s Day? Watch for these “micro-expressions” on your date… signs…
  15. His amazing feet
  16. Fighting the haters By Alex Dickinson — Disgraced congressman’s photo buddy says brouhaha is all his fault

Gossip

  1. THE MUSIC MAN — CLIVE DAVIS BRINGS OUT GRAMMY STARS FOR L.A. BASH
  2. I’ve got youth, babe — Ageless Cher is star of Clive’s pre-Grammy gala
  3. Penn is mighty for Haiti — Tough-guy actor curses and coaxes at star-studded fund-raiser
  4. BROKENHEARTED IN HOLLYWOOD

Opinion

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  2. Desert Storm still blows — The consequences of a badly managed war are with us to this day
  3. E pluribus unum — Multiculturalism, under assault in Europe, is fact of life in U.S.
  4. 1, 2, 3, revolution — Forget a fiery leader: Political change means spontaneous combustion
  5. Hindenburg begins era of shock disaster news — It was the disaster that changed the news forever — the world’s first shocking video footage,…
  6. What would Jesus cut? REV. JIM WALLIS — The federal budget is a moral document

Arts & Life

  1. Valentine’s Index  — David Levithan carefully  unpacks the language of love
  2. The A-Z of romance By Molly Young
  3. PRAYING FOR LAUGHS
  4. Eww, ochre
  5. HAUTE STUFF!
  6. Vengeance is, uh, mine By Heather Havrilesky — Channing Tatum and ‘The Eagle’ land with a thud
  7. Movies
  8. Movies
  9. The Daily - Books

Apps & Games

  1. 021311-APPS-front
  2. IP: Internet Panic! — No, the Internet has not run out of IP addresses
  3. Burials to die for By Ramona Emerson — Don’t let a little thing like death get in the way of being high-tech
  4. SPARED

Sports

  1. 021311-SPORTS-section-front
  2. THREE PARTY By Zac Jackson — Ohio State’s defense weak in loss to Wisconsin
  3. HOMEWRECKED — Pitt hands ‘Nova first loss at home since 2007 
  4. RICH IN HISTORY By John Walters — Williams-Amherst rivalry is long on tradition, and maybe better than Duke-UNC
  5. PLAY BALL
  6. BUCK UP, BIRDS — Orioles’ retooled lineup eager to compete in stacked AL East
  7. WONDER GOAL! — Rooney’s overhead strike seals Manchester United win over City
  8. BUSCHWHACKED — Hamlin finishes first but disqualified for illegal pass
  9. THE HEAT IS ON By Bill Reiter — Today’s test against Boston will say a lot about LeBron and Miami
  10. BAD SNOWBALL — Nashville hands Colorado seventh straight loss
  11. ROCKY ROUND — Pebble Beach leader Steve Marino finishes third day one over