Here are the 10 Most Read Articles on NYTimes.com from February.
House Knew of Levee’s Failure on Night of Storm
By ERIC LIPTON,
Published: February 10, 2006
The Bush administration was alerted to broken
levees and flooding in New Orleans hours after their collapse, documents show.
Hunter Shot by Cheney Suffers Setback
By ELISABETH BUMILLER and
ANNE E. KORNBLUT, Published: February 15, 2006
The downturn in the
78-year-old’s health significantly changed the tone of the White House reaction
to the hunting accident.
Diet Does Not Cut Health Risks, Study Finds
By GINA KOLATA,
Published: February 8, 2006
A large study has found that a low-fat diet has
no effect in reducing the risk of getting cancer or heart disease.
Reclassifies Many Documents in Secret Review
By SCOTT SHANE,
Published: February 21, 2006
At the National Archives, intelligence agencies
have been removing from public access thousands of historical documents.
[email protected] Subject: Why It’s All About Me
JONATHAN D. GLATER, Published: February 21, 2006
E-mail has made college
professors more approachable, but many say it has made them too accessible,
erasing boundaries that had kept students at a healthy distance.
By CHIP BROWN, Published: February 26, 2006
Rahmatullah Hashemi was the Taliban’s chief spokesman abroad. So how did he
end up at Yale?
By FRANCIS FUKUYAMA, Published: February 19,
A former neoconservative theorist argues that with the Iraq conflict,
the ideology that won the cold war has come to threaten peace. Can a movement
turn away from militarism and toward a more durable use of power?
Silently Copy Your Passwords as You Type
By TOM ZELLER Jr.,
Published: February 27, 2006
Software that copies users’ keystrokes and sends
the information to crooks may be the next big trend in cybercrime.
End to Questions in Cheney Hunting Accident
By ANNE E. KORNBLUT
and RALPH BLUMENTHAL, Published: February 14, 2006
The White House sought to
explain why it took most of a day to disclose that the vice president
accidentally shot a fellow hunter.
Democrats Are Sensing Missed Opportunities
ADAM NAGOURNEY and
SHERYL GAY STOLBERG, Published: February 8, 2006
Heading into this year’s
elections, senior Democrats said that they sense they had failed to exploit