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Articles from New York Times Upfront (January 30, 2012)

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1947: the birth of India & Pakistan: Mohandas Gandhi led India to independence 65 years ago, with Muslims breaking away to form Pakistan. Today, the region is one of the most dynamic--and dangerous--in the world. Edidin, Peter 2307
Do you speak Dothraki? Brief article 125
Driving while distracted: cellphone use by drivers is causing thousands of deaths each year. Is a total ban the answer? Richtel, Matt 1180
Few events in American history. Brief article 140
Game show. Brief article 279
Gender games: the 1972 federal law known as Title IX was meant to promote gender equality. Why is it so controversial 40 years later? Thomas, Katie 2263
Is climate change shrinking animals? Brief article 162
Killer moisturizer. Brief article 152
Lost in translation. Brief article 179
Should I respect a culture that disrespects? Cohen, Randy Brief article 195
Should voting be mandatory? Just 62 percent of eligible voters cast ballots in the last U.S. presidential election--with turnout even lower among young voters. 531
The buck stops here. Brief article 169
The science of marijuana: how THC affects the brain. 722
The world's newest dictator: with the death of his father, 20-something Kim Jong Un is the new leader of North Korea, one of the world's most bizarre, secretive, and hostile countries. Smith, Patricia Cover story 2279
Where America's troops are. Graph 518
Why the fur is flying in Hollywood. Brief article 182

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