Future Shock

As China copes with the consequences of a massive earthquake, is the U.S. ready for the next Big One?

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FLYPside: Down Mexico Way

As the body count from our neighbor’s drug war rises, our FLYPside editorial video examines the instability down South.

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Veepstakes 08

While the Democrats dally, John McCain looks for a best friend.

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Separate Peaces

As Israel turns 60, Americans wonder if the conflict with Palestine will ever end.

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Engineering Terror

A surprising number of Islamic terrorists are engineers. Why did they graduate from building bridges to building bombs?

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Dry Run: Disappearing Lakes

If we’re not careful, the shrinking Aral Sea may offer a glimpse of the future of America’s freshwater lakes.

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Going Green: Solar Travel

We found the green gadgets that will keep you fully charged on the go.

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Don’t Bite Your Tongue

Keeping quiet during a fight with a partner can literally break a woman’s heart.

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Sexual Intellectual

After the success of her explicit memoir, Catherine Millet examines the nature of jealousy.

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Love Ave.: My Boyfriend Smokes

My boyfriend started smoking again years after he quit. What should I do?

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On the Town

With the upcoming three-day weekend, we tell you where to go to make your Memorial Day special.

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Health Kick

The Brazilian martial art, capoeira, is perfect for those who want to both fight and dance.

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Popular Science

String theorist Brian Greene aims to bring science to the masses using bread loaves, a baffled black Labrador and modern dance.

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Planet of Sound: Flux Quartet

The Flux Quartet shows that real innovation is about more than just doing things differently.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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The End: Birds of a Feather

Like a school of fish, starlings swarm together to evade predators.

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