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The Washington Post E Replica

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The Washington Post 22 May 2012 In This Issue: A year after the tornado, Joplin looks ahead Rayiah Bryant, who plans to try out for her high school drill team next year, practices at her parents' house in Joplin, Mo. The house was heavily damaged in the powerful tornado that hit the... Blast in Yemeni capital underlines al-qaeda's reach sanaa, yemen - With its suicide attack that killed at least 90 people and injured scores Monday, al-qaeda's Yemen branch has expanded far outside its sphere of influence in the south, proving... Are college students sailing through? Over the past half-century, the amount of time college students actually study - read, write and otherwise prepare for class - has dwindled from 24 hours a week to about 15, survey data... Obama, Romney tied on economy After months of aggressive campaigning on jobs and the economy, President Obama and Mitt Romney, his likely Republican challenger, are locked i

The Washington Post E Replica, May 20, 2012

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In This Issue: TRANSGENDER AT FIVE Kathryn wanted pants. And short hair. Then trucks and swords. Her parents, Jean and Stephen, were fine with their toddler's embrace of all things boy. They've both been schoolteachers and... Chinese activist arrives in U.S., defusing tension The blind Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng, who had been at the center of a diplomatic row between the U.S. and Chinese governments, completed a fourweek journey from confinement in a... In Martin case, 45 seconds of debate In the last 45 seconds, there is a faint voice, a distant yell, and the urgent dialogue between a woman and a 911 operator. "There's just someone screaming outside," the caller begins on the... As the campaign heats up, first lady looks to play it cool As the presidential campaign ramped up earlier this year, Michelle Obama presented poet Maya Angelou with an award and a hug at the BET Honors award show. Two days later, sh