The Best Congress Money Can Buy

In a year when campaign spending is already setting records, Washington’s culture of cash continues to overwhelm efforts to reform Congress.

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The FLYPside: Channeling Reagan

Watch our FLYPside editorial, which this week explores the consequences of Bush’s adoption of Reagan’s ideals.

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Turning Red States Blue

After Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton insists only she is electable. FLYP runs the numbers that show how Barack Obama can beat John McCain in November.

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Winning (and Losing) the Global Food Fight

As parts of the world starve and seethe, some American farmers and businesses are reaping record profits. Too bad you are paying more for your cereal.

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War Stories: Vets Speak of Living in Iraq

Five years into the conflict, three veterans speak about living and fighting in Iraq.

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The New Suburbia

A few brazen architects are trying to reinvent the white-picket-fence dream. Without the fence.

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Singing Out: The Stonewall Chorale

Times have changed since the Stonewall Chorale gay chorus formed 40 years ago. But one thing has remained constant: It’s still all about the music.

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Harbor from the Storm: Scholars at Risk

Scholars At Risk provides refuge for academics fleeing their countries for the crime of having spoken their minds.

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On the Town: Money to Burn

Tax rebate checks are arriving in early May, so we’ve found some indulgent ways to spend the extra cash around the country.

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Love Ave.: My Partner Watches Bad TV Shows

My partner has awful taste in television shows. Is this a deal-breaker?

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Rocket Man: A Portrait of a Rocketeer

Everyone knows man can’t fly. But rocketpack enthusiast Gerard Martowlis is doing it anyway. This unassuming man from Linden, N.J. has already gotten off the ground with his own flying machine.

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Serious Games: Activist Video Games

A new genre of “games for change” educates players about world conflicts by letting them experience those events virtually.

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Planet of Sound: Return to Birdland

The latest stop in Carla Bley’s illustrious career is back where it all began.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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The End: All Together Now

By recording each musician independently, Ignas Krunglevicius and Raymond Ingar Berge offer a new blend of Nachtmusik.

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