New York Times Upfront

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Articles from Vol. 136, No. 11, March 22

Arrested in School: Offenses That Once Earned Suspensions or 'Time-Outs' Are Now Resulting in Handcuffs and Trips to Juvenile-Detention Centers
The 14-year-old girl arrived at her school in Toledo, Ohio, wearing a low-cut midriff top under an unbuttoned sweater. It was a clear violation of the dress code, and school officials gave her a bowling shirt to put on. She refused. She also rejected...
Bush's Right-Hand Woman: With World Issues at Center Stage, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice Spends More Time with the President Than Any Other Adviser-And Plays a Key Role in the Development of U.S. Foreign Policy
Condoleezza Rice, President Bush's National Security Adviser, began her relationship with George W. Bush in 2000 as the foreign-policy tutor who educated the little-traveled presidential candidate in the complexities of a world more dangerous than...
D-Day by the Numbers
D-Day, June 6, 1944, marked one of the greatest military invasions in history. For nearly five years, Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany had ruled almost all of Europe, killing millions of people in the process. Now, the tide was turning. In a massive, secret...
D-Day: The Great Invasion: Sixty Years Ago This Spring, Allied Troops Stormed the Beaches of France in a Heroic Effort to Free Europe from Germany's Grip
On Tuesday, June 6, 1944, 156,000 American, British, and Canadian troops, along with Polish, French, and other Allied soldiers, landed on the beaches of Normandy, on the northern coast of France, and changed the world. A few years earlier, in 1939...
Free Expression in a Virtual World: Peter Ludlow Was Booted from the Sims Online Game after Reporting on Player Misbehavior. Now the Michigan Professor Is Asking: Don't Cyberpeople Have Rights?
Peter Ludlow says he was only trying to expose the truth that Alphaville's authorities were all too happy to ignore. in his online newspaper, The Alphaville Herald, he reported on thieves and their scams. He criticized the city's leaders for not intervening...
Should Federal Law Limit College Tuition Increases? in the Last Year, Tuition and Fees at Four-Year Public Colleges Rose 14 Percent. Congress Is Considering Action
In the last year, tuition and fees at four-year public colleges rose 14 percent. Congress is considering action. YES America's higher education system is in crisis. Explosive tuition increases are jeopardizing the dream of a college education for...
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