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Articles from New York Times Upfront (January 21, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Born with AIDS and hope. (voices). Broadbent, Hydeia 472
Dollars 4 downloads: the post-Napster era of paying for digital music has finally arrived. Was it worth the wait? (circuits). Richtel, Matt Brief Article 1015
Emroz Khan is having a bad day: which is not unusual, and helps explain why Pakistan's youth are tinder for Islamic extremism. (International). Maass, Peter 2337
Girls done wrong: the number of girls arrested is on the rise, but is the system meeting their needs? Smith, Patricia 606
Grandmaster Powell: before September 11, he seemed all but invisible, losing policy disputes to others in the Bush administration. What a difference a war makes. (National). Keller, Bill 1744
Graph exercise: black teens face tougher Juvenile justice than whites. Brief Article 295
Hot rod relay. (Q&A). Interview 193
Laughing when it hurts: Saturday Night Live anchor Tina Fey struggles wire making comedy out of tragedy. (arts). Witchel, Alex 615
Online survey. ( 102
Penny pain. (Business). 143
Presumed guilty: nine black teens known as the Scottsboro Boys faced bias and death in the 1930s justice system. (times past). Price, Sean 1295
Profiling Arab-Americans. (letters). 181
Quiz 1. Brief Article 679
Quiz 2. Brief Article 588
Save the world, get an "A". (Education). Tauber, Chris 135
Should teens be tried as adults? Most states have made it easier to try teens as adults, but is it fair to hold them to adult standards? (opinion). Brief Article 531
Smoking out sports. (International). Olson, Elizabeth 132
This is "it". (Upfront Update). Harmon, Amy 121
Understanding the war. (letters). Brueggemann, Lindsey 81
Youth crime ... adult time: as more states make it easier to lock up teenagers in adult prisons, what's become of juvenile justice? (National). Rimer, Sara 1749

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