Welcome to the online edition of The New York Times Upfront, where you'll find a selection of articles from our print edition. (For information on subscribing to the print edition, with all its addtional articles, graphics, and teacher's edition, please click here.)
Who are the 100 most influential Americans, past and present? Let the debate begin...
What's Your (Blood) Type?
In Japan, it's widely believed that blood type has a big impact on personality and ability.
Northern Ireland's "Troubles"
Will an agreement between Protestants and Catholics bring an end to a long conflict?
Legislating Common Sense
Should government regulate things like texting-while-walking or calling-while-biking?
Humans may be responsible for an increase in bizarre and violent elephant behavior.
1987: "Tear Down This Wall"
President Ronald Reagan challenged the Soviet Union to tear down the Berlin Wall, the most potent symbol of the Cold War.
Girls Hit the Mats
As more girls sign up for wrestling, they often practice with, and compete against, boys.
NEWS & TRENDS
Missing bees, absentee Senators, a shortage of vets, slowing down in Germany, and more
Should the penny be retired?
Excerpts from New York Times columnists
Some lighter looks at what's in the news