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Video Game Pioneer Kutaragi Leaves Sony
Frank Outlines Internet Gambling Bill
Shifting from One Phrase to Another
In the on-air puzzle this week, given a word, take the last two letters, reverse them, then think of a word starting with these two letters that can follow the original word to complete a familiar two-word phrase. For example, given "flat," you would take the last two letters, "at", and reverse them to make "tax," as in "flat tax."
Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango
Nothing to Sneeze At? Pollen Picassos
Listen to this 'Talk of the Nation' topic
Jobrani, Ahmed, Kader: A Comic 'Axis of Evil'
If You Can Name It, They Can Sculpt It
Have Cell Phone Rings Gone Too Far?
A Chat with a Crossword Champ
S.S. Adams, the Original Gag Factory
'Perplexing Puzzlers' for April Fool's Day
Play Ball, Then Crunch the Numbers