Printer Friendly

Articles from New York Times Upfront (January 10, 2003)

1-18 out of 18 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
America held hostage: in 1979, Islamic fundamentalists seized the U.S. Embassy in Iran, holding 52 Americans for 444 days--until a change in presidents. (times past). Price, Sean 1674
Atlas shrugs. (Education). Zack, Ian Brief Article 197
Big cats on the prowl: mountain lions, once pushed to the edge of the U.S. frontier, have been growing in numbers and are moving eastward. Watch your pets. (science times). Harden, Blaine 944
Britney's next act: she conquered the teen pop world. But can Britney Spears succeed as an adult artist? It's not a given, as other young stars can attest. (arts). Kuczynski, Alex 939
Drawing on the news. Illustration 113
Graph exercise. 451
Hello, word! (Society). Hoge, Warren Brief Article 202
Iran: the next revolution? Iran's population is mostly young, educated, and frustrated with the country's social restrictions. And they're starting to make noise. Fathi, Nazila 1922
Light show. (Science Times). Leary, Warren E. Brief Article 123
Proof against Iraq? (letters). Letter to the Editor 131
Putting the brakes on teen drivers: more and more, teenagers are facing limits on getting a license, and on driving at night or with friends. The feds are behind it. Wald, Matthew L. 2594
Quotes. 397
Red all about it. (Media). Barringer, Felicity Brief Article 133
Royal flush. (International). Brooke, James Brief Article 98
Should snowmobiling be allowed in national parks? The government has decided that, with new restrictions, snowmobiling can continue at national parks. Environmentalists say it's harmful. (opinion). Column 703
U.S. closing the door on immigrants: new security measures prompted by fears of terrorism are pushing away immigrants and refugees. Vilbig, Peter 2078
Upfront quiz show. 315
Why I'm trying to help young Afghans. (voices). Grauel, Shawn 391

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2022 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |