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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 5, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, October 29).
Date:10/28/2007

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CULTURE: "Knocking Yourself Up" (p. 53). Senior Writer Lorraine Ali reports on a new book by Louise Sloan, author of "Knock Yourself Up: A Tell-All Guide to Becoming a Single Mom." Determined to become a mother, the Brooklyn-based writer inseminated herself with sperm from an unknown donor. She now has a 16-month-old son, and uses her experience -as well as those of almost 50 more unpartnered, educated and financially independent straight and gay females over 30-to propel her humorous "how to" book for aspiring single moms.

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SHARON BEGLEY: "The Ghosts We Think We See" (p. 56). Science Columnist Sharon Begley writes about why we're so inclined to believe in the supernatural; the idea that the nonphysical can transfer over to the physical world. But "supernatural" also encompasses more mundane phenomena, she writes, such as believing that you can feel someone staring at you from behind. The ubiquity of such beliefs is actually a clue to how the normal mind works, for belief in the supernatural arises from the same mental processes that underlie reasoning and perception.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/62337

CRIME: "A Downward Spiral" (p. 57). Senior Writer Suzanne Smalley and Miami Bureau Chief Arian Campo-Flores report on the drug-trafficking arrest of Robert Chambers, the "Preppy Killer," who strangled a young woman to death in 1986 and served a 15-year sentence for it, and Shawn Kovell, his longtime companion. Back when he was prosecuted, Chambers became a tabloid staple. Despite numerous opportunities to right himself, he always returned to a path of drugs and destructive behavior. Now, he faces drug-selling charges that could return him to jail for the rest of his life.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/62314

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