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Disciplining other people’s children

By BETSY HART

I’ve been taking note of how I interact with other people’s kids for a few months now. Ever since Jeffrey Zaslow wrote a column in the Wall Street Journal, "Why Don’t We Reprimand Other People’s Children?"

Once sleazy, always sleazy

By DALE McFEATTERS

After the corporate scandals that began the century, with high-powered executives being led off to prison, you would think that boardrooms having been once burned would be twice shy.

Bush flexes his political muscle

By JENNIFER LOVEN

President Bush, politicking at full campaign speed, contended Thursday that a vote for Democrats this fall would be a vote to siphon money out of American families’ budgets.

The devil made him do it

By JAY AMBROSE

Until reading about Hugo Chavez’s U.N. speech the other day, the craziest reference to the devil I had ever seen was on the front page of a supermarket tab. "DEVIL ESCAPES HELL," it said in all-caps, super-large type. Under the headline was a picture of smoke pouring out of a great, big hole in the ground. I couldn’t help laughing.