Saving Ali

We went to war with the Army we had, not the one that spoke Arabic. Now Iraqis who stood up to help are paying the price.

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FLYPside: Still Fighting

Can a war without end actually be won?

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Phantom States

War over South Ossetia and Abkhazia has brought new attention to many non-state states around the world.

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Virtuous Cycles

Bilenky Cycle Works of Philadelphia rides a custom-bike building boom driven by discriminating buyers and sky-high gas prices.

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Stay Connected

With these new gadgets, you can pack the productivity of a full office into a carry-on bag.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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A Harvest of Hope

The latest U.S. immigrants are reinventing the family farm and renewing the American dream.

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Girlie Math

Even as women prove they are at least as good at math as men, a reincarnated Winnie Cooper says we should try something different.

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Going Green: Style that Sustains

Show off with fashion-forward designs made to be environmentally friendly.

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Holy Matrimony

Saying “I do” to an interfaith relationship may involve much more than you’ve bargained for. FLYP’s Sarah Bernier explores.

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On the Town: Get Some Culture

With the kids back at school and some time to yourself, why not check out this fall’s best art exhibits?

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The King of Swing

As a founding father of swing dancing, Frankie Manning helped launch a global phenomenon. Now at 94 years young, the dancing icon remains an inspiration to swingers everywhere.

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Planet of Sound: A Lifetime in the Making

After 20 years apart, siblings Chris and Oliver reunited to form The Wood Brothers. Now, audiences nationwide are reaping the fruits of their reunion.

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FLYP Flicks: Class is in Session

As teens everywhere try to beat the bell, sit back and enjoy high school-themed double features that will stir up both nostalgia for days gone by and relief that you’ll never have to go through those years again.

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The End: Abstract Earth

Mother Nature is a true artist. These images, taken by NASA with the Landsat 7 satellite, are some of the most breathtaking and impressionistic ever taken of our home.

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