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The Carry-On Crunch

Infographic ISSUE 32•18 Dec 9, 1997
With record numbers of Americans using air travel, some major airlines are cracking down on the excess carry-on items, limiting passengers to one or two ...

Cool Britannia

Infographic ISSUE 32•17 Dec 3, 1997
British prime minister Tony Blair recently said he wants to give tradition-bound England a hipper, more modern image. Among the proposed changes:

Greenpeace In Decline

Infographic ISSUE 32•08 Sep 23, 1997
Its contributions and membership dwindling, Greenpeace recently laid off a number of its full-time workers. Why is the prominent environmental organization slumping?

Prime-Time God

Infographic ISSUE 32•06 Sep 9, 1997
The success of CBS's Touched By An Angel has spawned a new wave of religious-themed prime-time. TV shows, including ABC's Soul Man and ...

WNBA Fever

Infographic ISSUE 32•04 Aug 26, 1997
The Women's National Basketball Association has been a big success, with fan interest and attendance high and attendance high throughout the league. Why are ...

Lilith Fair Fever

Infographic ISSUE 32•02 Aug 12, 1997
Lilith Fair, the all-female tour started by singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, is the hit of the summer concert season. Why are so many responding to it?

The Extreme Sports Craze

Infographic ISSUE 31•21 Jun 18, 1997
According to a number of national magazines, America's thrill-seeking youths are going wild for extreme sports—"radical" activities like skyboarding, bungee-jumping and sail-blading. Why ...