[时代周刊.2010年].Time.2010-06-07

[时代周刊.2010年].Time.2010-06-07

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Unformatted text preview: Table of Contents: June 7, 2010 IN THIS ISSUE EDITION: U.S. Vol. 175 No. 22 COVER The Trial of Benedict XVI (Cover) The Pope can cite theology and tradition in defense of the church, but with many Catholics wanting a very modern kind of accounting for the sex-abuse scandal, words and ritual may no longer be enough The Church Sex Abuse Scandals Around the World ESSAY The Logic of an Afghan Policy Leak (Commentary / Viewpoint) Why would the White House divulge details of a secret war-strategy session? To force the Pentagon's hand The Junk Shot (Commentary / In the Arena) Bush's petro-bias soiled the regulatory agency, but Obama's lack of oversight hasn't helped Make Me Your Tea Partyer-in-Chief! (Commentary) The Tea Party's founders say it's leaderless by design. But that was before they met me NATION How Rand (and Ron) Paul Is Scrambling U.S. Politics (The Well / Nation) A new political dynasty has shaken up more than just the GOP primaries The Emergence of Rand Paul The son of congressman Ron Paul surprises the political establishment with a victory in Kentucky's Senate Republican primary WORLD The World Cup Comes to the People of the Dew How a small African tribe came to play host to two of the most powerful nations on earth. World Cup soccer comes to the People of the Dew Bibi and Barack: Can They Bridge the Gap? (World) Two men with very different histories see the world through vastly different lenses. Can they bridge the gap? LETTERS Inbox (Inbox) ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Can We Talk? (Movies) Sure, you Sex and the City girls can have a blast in Abu Dhabi--but you're leaving us, your fans, behind Prince of Persia: A Prince Among Paupers (Movies) A silly-smart adventure film gives the summer blockbuster season a belated jump start A New Look at E.M. Forster's "Undeveloped Heart" (Books) Novelist E.M. Forster specialized in the "undeveloped heart." A new biography illuminates his own The Room: The Awful Movie Everyone Wants to See (Phenomenon Watch) Short List TIME'S PICKS FOR THE WEEK TECHNOLOGY How Computers Know What We Want Before We Do (Technology) Recommendation engines are the software that suggests what we should watch or read or listen to next. They help us deal with the millions of choices the Web offers. But can a computer really have good taste? SOCIETY Keep the Faith: Christian Health-Sharing Plans (Life / Cash Crunch) In lieu of buying insurance, Christians join medical-bill-sharing groups Taste Test: Taking on the KFC Double Down (Life / Food) KFC's breadless Double Down sandwich is a salty, unhealthy, gooey mess. And I love every bite of it Thanks, Mom! (Life / Women's Health) In a new hormone study, phone calls from mothers calmed kids as much as a hug Better Health Via Vanity? (Life / Women's Health) PEOPLE 10 Questions for George Romero (10 Questions) The horror master's latest zombie film, Survival of the Dead, is in theaters. George Romero will now take your questions NOTEBOOK The Moment (Briefing) 5|25|10: Gulf of Mexico...
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