Monday, January 28, 2008 Last Update: 4:52 AM ET

Races Entering Complex Phase Over Delegates

The presidential campaign is entering a new phase as the candidates move toward a potentially lengthy hunt for delegates for the first time in 20 years.

Kennedy Chooses Obama, Spurning Bill Clinton Plea

Senator Edward M. Kennedy's endorsement of Barack Obama pits leading members of the nation's most prominent Democratic families against one another.

In Bush's Legacy, Weak Economy Moves Up Front

President Bush's final State of the Union address will focus on the economy, as Mr. Bush himself suggested Friday during a short preview of the speech at a Congressional Republican retreat.

A French Style of Capitalism Is Now Stained
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A French Style of Capitalism Is Now Stained

Soci t G n rale, the French bank that earned the respect of it rivals, is now embarrassed by a rogue trader.

Yemen's Deals With Jihadists Unsettle the U.S.

The U.S. and Yemen disagree over how to best fight terrorism in that country, a key recruiting ground and refuge for Islamist militants in the past two decades.

With a Whisper, Cuba's Housing Market Booms

Virtually every square foot of this capital city is owned by the socialist state, but the people of Havana are as obsessed with real estate as, say, condo-crazy New Yorkers.

Stars Seize Their Chance to Shine at SAG Awards

In a year when a writers' strike has all but shut down much of Hollywood, the Screen Actors Guild Awards drew an inordinate amount of star wattage.

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A One-Two Punch to the Midmarket

The second- generation Highlander available with a gasoline V-6 or a hybrid engine is capable but unexciting.

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Week in Review

Four Days, a Therapist ; Fifth Day, a Patient
Op-Ed: The Bush Who Got Away
Once Synagogues, Now Churches, and Ailing
A Shelter Is Built Green, to Heal Inside and Out
Rethinking the Meat-Guzzler