Obama’s War

Winning will be more about diplomacy than body counts.

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FLYPside: Labor Pains

Coming soon: a fight to the death over choice (but not that kind).

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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Crossing the Divide

Acclaimed American sculptor Martin Puryear not only makes soaring art, but inspires soaring poetry as well.

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Science Project: Mind Control

According to a new study, we learn to recall our negative memories more rationally as we age. That way, every trip down memory lane doesn’t turn into an emotional roller coaster ride.

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Coming to America

Life as a refugee can mean putting dreams on hold. But on American campuses, a few young Iraqis are getting a second chance.

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Urban Spin

A new bike-sharing program in the nation’s capital could be a model for the rest of the country.

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Planet of Sound: Noah and the Whale

Noah and the Whale have great taste in films. The band’s bittersweet pop songs aren’t bad either.

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FLYP Flicks: Breaking Up the Farm

A new documentary looks at the ongoing racial conflict in South Africa.

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FLYP’s Favorites: Best of the World Wide Web

FLYP reveals some of the best sites on the Web.

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The End: Paper Cuts

Using a unique blend of typography, paper and line drawings, Russian-born and London-based artist Yula Brodskaya creates her own brand of whimsical illustrations.

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