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Michigan readied G.O.P. Rivals Turn to the Economy

John McCain and Mitt Romney headed toward another showdown, while Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama Next, for a nationwide battle.

Richardson Is Expected to Drop Out of Primaries

It is unclear whether Gov. Bill Richardson's supporters will gravitate to Senator Barack Obama or Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Clinton's Message, and Moment, Won the Day

Hillary Rodham Clinton's teary-eyed exchange with a voter and her sharpened argument on experience were among the turning points in New Hampshire.

Jewish Cemetery Is Vandalized on Large Scale
Alex di Suvero for The New York Times
Jewish Cemetery Is Vandalized on Large Scale

Prosecutors said that 499 gravestones were knocked over at a Jewish cemetery in New Brunswick, N.J.

Justices Indicate They May Uphold Voter ID Rules

Questioning indicated that a majority did not accept the argument brought by challengers to Indiana's law.

Suicide Bombing Strikes High Court in Pakistan

A suicide bomber exploded among police guarding a court, killing at least 20 people and wounding dozens more.

Ashcroft Deal Brings Scrutiny in Justice Dept.

The department has launched an internal inquiry into how it selects monitors for settlements with companies.

Fighting in Congo Rekindles Ethnic Hatreds

A wave of anti-Tutsi sentiment is sweeping Congo, driven by deep anger over a Tutsi general tied to Rwanda.

In Paris, Selling a Duplex

A look at a renovated top-floor duplex with Art Deco touches on the western edge of Paris.

Auto Ego: Starring Role in a Family Series

A 1969 Dodge Dart is much more than just a keepsake in the garage.

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