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Articles from New York Times Upfront (March 11, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
A portrait of the artist: Pulitzer Prize winner Walt Handelsman reveals how he creates thought-provoking political cartoons. Ross, Brooke Interview 1623
Beatlemania! Fifty years ago, the Fab Four released their first album--and changed American culture forever. Majerol, Veronica 1062
Dear Teachers. Zack, Ian Editorial 199
Gladiator graffiti. Report 169
Googling North Korea. Brief article 194
Hard times for the music business. 396
How the web changed music forever: it's both a boon and a bane to musicians. Majerol, Veronica 502
Immigration overhaul? After years of partisan fighting, immigration reform has suddenly vaulted to the top of the agenda in Washington. Smith, Patricia 1589
Is it OK if I don't get a flu shot? Klosterman, Chuck Brief article 224
Should the U.S. have a national ID card? Many countries issue national ID cards. so far, the U.S. has resisted the idea. Keller, Bill; Harper, Jim 549
Sisters in arms: the U.S. military is lifting its long-standing ban on women in combat. What does that mean for the nation's armed forces? Dao, James Cover story 2312
The next battlefield? Islamic militants have been ousted but Africa remains a potential haven for terrorists. Smith, Patricia 1485
The Pinocchio effect? Brief article 156
Very valuable vomit. Brief article 123
Views from abroad. 606
What not to order. 190
When a roadside bomb exploded. Brief article 125
Your brain on Shakespeare. Brief article 111

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