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A Second Campaign Retools to Seek Clinton Comeback

Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton have never faced a scrape quite like Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, when their would-be dynasty will be on the line.

McCain May Benefit From Huckabee's Jolt to G.O.P.

Out of the turmoil facing the Republican field may rise another opportunity for Senator John McCain.

Daring to Believe, Blacks Savor Obama Victory

African-Americans voiced pride and amazement over Senator Barack Obama's victory in Iowa, with some seeing the result as a signal moment in race relations.

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New Vote Sought as Chaos Ebbs in Kenya
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New Vote Sought as Chaos Ebbs in Kenya

Kenya's crisis is probably not over, but tensions have cooled. On Friday, paramilitary police threw tear gas.

Unemployment Sounds Warning About Economy

Economists viewed a surge in unemployment as the most powerful sign to date of a possible recessionary downturn.

In Global Battle on AIDS, Bush Creates Legacy

President Bush's initiative, which has helped 1.4 million people, may be his most lasting bipartisan achievement.

Noontime Web Video Revitalizes Lunch at the Desk

For Web video, lunchtime has become the new prime time, and media companies have started responding.

Interactive Feature: N.F.L. Playoffs Challenge

Test your football I.Q. by predicting the winner and margin of victory for each game. Also, see a season's worth of analysis for an in-depth view of the playoffs.


 

Real Estate  

A Month of Commuting

Billie Cohen is riding to and from work with some of New York's commuting millions and documenting her experiences online.


Movies  

Video Video: Carpetbagger

David Carr goes behind the scenes of an Oscar campaign.

Filmmaker's Vivid Tales

Filmmaker's Vivid Tales The Museum of the Moving Image screens the work of Paul Thomas Anderson.

The Year in Cars

Three writers list their 10 favorites, from powerful exotics to sensible sedans.

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Turning an Evaluation Into More Pay

It was a good year for you. But do some homework before asking for a raise.

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