Are Americans Getting Too Much Medicine?

Is too much medicine the real cause of the U.S. health care crisis?

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Does McCain Have a Chance?

To have a shot in November, the Republican frontrunner needs to look to the center, not the right.

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The Democrats Super Problem

Despite the enthusiasm of millions of primary voters, Democratic Party insiders may end up picking the candidate.

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My War: Women Soldiers in Iraq

Women soldiers tell of living through war.

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The Cost of Becoming President

Becoming a president takes a lot of money. This is what it costs to get elected around the world.

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Conversations: Lobbyist Dan Glickman

Hollywood’s top lobbyist sits down with FLYP.

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The New Food Label

Supermarket shelves may soon be filled with labels that calculate the carbon footprint of everything from candy bars to hamburgers

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Portraits: Designer Zang Toi

One of the world’s most sought after designers, Zang Toi creates glamorous garments women can actually wear.

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Saving the Blues

The last generation of Southern blues musicians is passing on, and they’re taking their music with them. One foundation is working to preserve their voices.

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Love Avenue: My partner’s sex drive is too strong

My partner has a stronger sex drive than me. What do I do?

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Whos Happier?: Satisfaction on the Job

When it comes to satisfaction, all jobs are not created equal. One new study seeks to determine what makes us love—or want to leave—our occupations.

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Sin and Redemption in Second Life

A FLYP reporter goes undercover in the online virtual world of Second Life to discover how avatars are sinning, and then trying to find redemption.

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Movies: Taxi to the Dark Side

A new documentary exposes the unseen corners of American interrogation techniques.

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Planet of Sound: Living in Polaroids

Kristina Stapelfeld’s music is about capturing moments that might otherwise go unnoticed.

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The End: Sounds of Saturn

Audio waves from Saturn sound strikingly similar to those emanating from the Earth. Though scientists continue to debate their meaning, we’ll leave it to you to ponder these radio emissions from deep space.

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