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Couric, Camus, Rosie, Oprah and so much more.

By Katharine Mieszkowski
April 7, 2006 2:30AM (UTC)
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Associated Press: Couric's move to anchor chair hailed as "watershed moment."

Guardian: Men (heart) Camus! Study of British men's favorite books shows how they vary wildly from women's.

New York: Profile of Rosie O'Donnell in which the former talk-show host turned family-friendly, gay-and-lesbian cruise organizer hankers to send Oprah and Stedman to an island to live happily ever after.


Salt Lake Tribune: Under subpoena, woman forced into polygamous marriage at age 16 speaks out.

New York Times: Midwife prosecuted for home birth in Indiana; home births supervised by midwives illegal in 10 states.

CBC News: Twins born despite abortion, mother awarded $45,000.

Katharine Mieszkowski

Katharine Mieszkowski is a senior writer for Salon.

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