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6 Guant namo Detainees Are Said to Face Trial Over 9 / 11

A sweeping case against suspects in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, would bring new scrutiny to the system of military commissions.

The Long Run
Old Friends Say Drugs Played Only Bit Part in Obama's Young Life

Barack Obama has admitted to using illegal drugs as a teenager, but others remember him as a model of moderation.

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A Place to Pamper Pets

A Place 

to Pamper Pets PetSmart is moving to offer more services at its stores, including pet day care and boarding at its PetsHotels.

Holding On to Hope
Fred R. Conrad / The New York Times
Holding On to Hope

With their mothers beside them, three brain-injured veterans get care through a rehabilitation center.

Republican Party Is Set to Focus on Security

The president said the election would offer a stark choice.

Facing Free Software, Microsoft Looks to Yahoo

Internet-centered programs that compete with Microsoft's core products are an overlooked driver of its bid for Yahoo.


Special Section: Your Taxes

The next president will face at least three wrenching decisions that could reshape the nation's tax system.

Checking In for the Long Haul

Those with the time and the money to spend a month or five at a hotel or resort represent a skinny slice of the population. Still, say some in the business, the number is growing.

Auto Ego
A Foundation in the Classics

Current cars from H. F. S. Morgan look only slightly different from those built in the 1940s.

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