The front cover of Parade magazine, included in my Sunday morning paper, reads: "I Am What the Terrorists Fear: Is Benazir Bhutto America's best hope against al-Qaeda?"
Clearly, the magazine has a long lead time and was printed a while back, but still: Bhutto has been dead for ten days now. That's a long time to have a weekly newsmagazine sitting around. They could at least have torn up the cover and changed the headline to: "I Was What the Terrorists Fear: Was Benazir Bhutto America's best hope against al-Qaeda?"
Maybe they printed early to keep people from having to work over Christmas. Then again, in Walter Scott's Personality Parade, I see they are reporting on rumors of discord in the marriage of Elvis and Priscilla.