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Articles from New York Times Upfront (December 14, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
[Cartoon]. Cartoon 97
1859 Darwin and the 'Origin of Species': how one man redefined what it means to be human--and why his work is still a source of contention today. Roberts, Sam 2084
200-year-old tweets. Brief article 116
A cheater's redemption? Cohen, Randy 549
A new look in Baghdad: during the worst years of the Iraq war, Muslim clerics decided what women could wear. Now, with security improving, the fashion rules have begun to change. Williams, Timothy; Mohammed, Abeer 860
Brazil's moment: Rio's selection as the site of the 2016 Olympics confirms Brazil's rise as a Latin American, and global, power. Barrionuevo, Alexei Cover story 1986
Cartoon analysis. Parker, Jeff Brief article 106
Could your phone testify against you? Prosecutors are increasingly using cellphone data in court, which raises constitutional issues that pit public safety against privacy rights. Barnard, Anne 1615
Do we still need the post office? It's mentioned in the Constitution, but as Americans increasingly rely on the Internet, the role of the Postal Service is shrinking, and it's losing billions of dollars a year. John, Richard R.; Nocera, Joe 576
Exporting an alphabet. Brief article 126
Faking the vroom. Brief article 165
From Red China to Green? A Times columnist says that China's decision to 'go green' should spur the U.S. to do the same. Friedman, Thomas L. 1687
Image problems. Brief article 169
Stomachs vs. brains. Brief article 145
Teacher's edition. Rebhun, Elliott Brief article 230
To boldly go--but not come back: a scientist asks if one-way trips are the only way to realty explore Mars. Krauss, Lawrence M. 500
What's for dinner? Brief article 84
Will the Queen head home? Brief article 177

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