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Articles from New York Times Upfront (November 19, 2012)

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All eyes were on Pompano Beach, Florida. Brief article 113
Arctic meltdown: with record amounts of sea ice melting this summer, scientists are more concerned than ever about the effect on the rest of the planet. Gillis, Justin 1668
Are Facebook "likes" protected by the First Amendment? A recent ruling by a court in Virginia raises questions about free speech in the digital age. Brara, Noor 1034
Burger pollution. 156
Cartoons. Cartoon 107
Estonia: land of the free? Brief article 176
Four more years: after narrowly winning re-election, President Obama must find a way to lead a deeply polarized nation. Smith, Patricia 731
Is it OK to compete with my friend for a job? Cohen, Randy Brief article 289
Is it too easy to get a gun? Every year, 4.5 million new guns and 2 million used guns are sold in the United States. 538
Next stop: American Idol? Brief article 159
Teachers edition. Zack, Ian Brief article 237
Teen contest winner: creates safe-driving PSA for TV. 469
The amputee QB: can a one-legged quarterback stay in the game? Eighteen-year-old Jacob Rainey, who had his lower right leg amputated last year, is determined to prove it's possible. O'Brien, Keith 959
The equal rights amendment: an effort 40 years ago to amend the Constitution to guarantee equal rights for women ultimately failed. But women have made enormous gains in their quest for equality. Davey, Monica 2420
The great race: melting ice is making Greenland's minerals much more accessible. Countries are racing to exploit them. Rosenthal, Elisabeth 514
The wage gap. 406
Vietnam & the U.S.: a new chapter? Four decades after the end of the war, the two nations are working together on many fronts. Smith, Patricia 1574
Was Mrs. Lincoln really insane? Brief article 177
You are what you wear? Brief article 158
Your co-worker, the robot. Brief article 141

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