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TIME Magazine December 11, 2006 Vol. 168 No. 24

 
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TIME Magazine December 11, 2006 Vol. 168 No. 24
Articles:
Can Bush Find An Exit? - Calls for a staged withdrawal from Iraq
Iraq: The War Without Honors - U.S. troops are fighting and dying with valor
What I Did On My Travels - Two weeks of globetrotting gives the President a chance to see the world
What are all those Russians up to? - The poisoning of an ex-spy sows doubt about the city's
mysterious émigré élite
Losing Lebanon - The U.S. once saw it as a hope for democracy in the Middle East. Now the country is veering toward civil war
The Hospital Wars - Surgery and imaging centers owned by doctors are swiping patients from traditional hospitals
Extra: Newspapers Aren't Dead - Some predict their imminent demise, but the dailies remain profitable, popular and powerful
What's Toxic In Toyland - San Francisco's ban on toys like these has sparked a sharp debate about the dangers of plastic contaminants
The Next Crime Wave - Violent offenses are rising in midsize U.S. cities for the first time in 10 years
Bring Back the T. Rex - Michael Crichton's 15th novel - scientific nightmare full of
out-of-control geneticists and their mutant creations
The Maya Are Us - Mel Gibson's latest film has a lot on its mind
Yeah, I'm Talkin' To You - Robert De Niro on spies, acting and Matt Damon



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