A Matter of Life & Death

Forget the politicians: the real debate about the end of life happens every day in hospitals and homes around the country.

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FLYPside: Granny is OK

Health care evokes passionate debate because so much is at stake—which makes the possibility of failure all the more tragic.

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Under the Sea

Biologist and deep-sea explorer Dr. Edie Widder has invented the first camera designed to capture images of the never-before-seen creatures that inhabit the ocean’s depths.

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Science Project: Make Up Your Mind

Two new studies show that when it comes to making decisions, the trouble starts when we think too much.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Portrait of a Working Marriage

Designer Liz Diller and architect Ric Scofidio enact a transformative vision of America’s public spaces in the very private space of their relationship.

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Best Face Forward

Master photographer Dan Winters caps an award-winning career with a collection of his life’s work.

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Planet of Sound: The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

To commemorate the 25-year anniversary of their classic debut release, New Orlean’s biggest brass band is taking fans on a trip down memory lane.

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Riffing with Giants

After turning Al Gore into a climate-change rock star, director Davis Guggenheim takes on the real thing.

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The End: Alchemical Animation

Jeff Scher unites his graceful paintings with unorthodox animating techniques to produce startlingly colorful short films.

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