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For Math Students, Self-Esteem Might Not Equal High Scores U.S. Lags Behind Countries That Don't Emphasize Self-Regard By Jay Mathews Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, October 18, 2006; Page A02 It is difficult to get through a day in an American school without hearing...
Funding Constrains Democrats Party Chiefs See Chance to Take 40-Plus Seats With TV Push By Jim VandeHei Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, October 18, 2006; Page A12 Top Democrats said yesterday that they are planning to significantly expand the number of GOP House seats...
What can Austin do to save 'iconic' businesses? In fight for Las Manitas, officials scrambling over protection plans By Claudia Grisales AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Wednesday, October 18, 2006 The threatened demise of a wildly popular Tex-Mex restaurant in the path of a downtown...
Bell backer signs $1.5 million loan Lawyer has now financed almost half the campaign By R.G. RATCLIFFE Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle Austin Bureau AUSTIN - Houston trial lawyer John O'Quinn signed a $1.5 million bank loan for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Chris Bell on...
Porn photos of girls lead to man's arrest Police search finds thousands of images in photo manager's home, car and shed By Paul Bird paul.bird@indystar.com A Greenwood pharmacy's photo department manager was arrested Wednesday after thousands of pornographic images of teen and...
Married and Single Parents Spending More Time With Children, Study Finds WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 — Despite the surge of women into the work force, mothers are spending at least as much time with their children today as they did 40 years ago, and the amount of child care and...
UTSA study to determine if drinking influences sex Web Posted: 10/17/2006 12:41 AM CDT Wendy Rigby KENS 5 Eyewitness News Psychologists at the University of Texas at San Antonio have taken on a unique research project. They're trying to determine scientifically if drinking...
Teens' Dancing Is Freaking Out the Adults Some educators, disgusted by what they see as 'simulated sex,' are banning it at school functions. Others say to relax -- it's just this generation's 'flirtation.' By Seema Mehta, Times Staff Writer October 17, 2006 The grainy high...
For first time, unmarried households reign in U.S. Posted 10/15/2006 6:29 PM ET WASHINGTON — It is by no means dead, but for the first time, a survey has shown that traditional marriage has ceased to be the preferred living arrangement in the majority of U.S. households. The...