Election 2.0

Young Americans are changing politics-as-usual. And they also might bring the Democrats back to the White House.

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FLYPside: Hillary Is Going Nowhere (Soon)

Our FLYPside editorial debates whether Hillary Clinton should step down.

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One-Way Border

The Mexican border fence was supposed to stop illegal immigrants from sneaking into the U.S. Instead, it’s keeping them from going home.

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Face Off: Are Video Games Bad for Children?

In this issue’s Face Off, two experts debate the idea of whether or not violent video games are bad for our children and their social and psychological development.

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Plastic Soup: Where Trash Lives Forever

The crew of the Alguita journeyed to the middle of the Pacific to visit the largest trash dump.

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Still Lives

Teenagers are often limited by social stereotypes. But photographer Dawoud Bey sees them as misunderstood.

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One in a Million Girl: Whitney Matheson

“Pop Candy” blogger Whitney Matheson has used four ingredients to create her own unique brand of cyber-success.

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Net Savings: Cheap Shoes Online

From sneakers to stilettos, online deals for shoes abound. You just have to know where to look.

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Love Ave.: My Partner Wants to Travel Solo

Every year my wife and I go on vacation together, but this year she wants to go alone. Should I be worried?

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Virtual Verse: Meet The New Poetry

Move over Whitman, there’s a new poetry in town.

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Shining Brightest: Scorsese + The Stones

Martin Scorsese’s new documentary, Shine a Light, catches the Rolling Stones in full effect, pulling out all the stops to give fans of the band the best seats in the house.

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Planet of Sound: Peter Evans

The trumpeter and bandleader is determined to keep his music spontaneous, whether that means riffing on classic jazz or improvising avant-noise.

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The End: Flight Patterns

Fasten your seatbelt, return your seat to its upright position and prepare for departure with Aaron Koblin’s Flight Patterns.

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