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Old Clinton Ties and Voters' Sway Tug at Delegates

The dwindling group of undecided Democratic superdelegates is being caught in strong political crosscurrents.

Arcane Market Is Next to Face Big Credit Test

The market for credit insurance will be put to the test as a looming economic downturn strains companies' finances.

Generation Faithful
Dreams Stifled, Egypt's Young Turn to Islamic Fervor

Across the Middle East, many people are forced to put off marriage, the gateway to independence. In their frustration they turn to religion for solace.

In the Sultanate of Solo, One Too Many Kings
Justin Mott for The New York Times
In the Sultanate of Solo, One Too Many Kings

After the death of a king who left no heir and no succession plan, the Indonesian sultanate has yet to agree on who is its king. Above, members of one side of the royal family.

80 Said to Be Killed in Afghan Suicide Attack

A suicide bombing killed 80 people, a provincial governor said, in what appeared to be the deadliest terror attack in Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban in 2001.

Queens Man Is Arrested in Killing of Therapist

A 39-year-old man was charged with killing a Manhattan therapist in a knife attack and slashing her office mate.

Error Gave F.B.I. Unauthorized Access to E-Mail

As surveillance has increased, violations of wiretap law have become a regular if little-noticed occurrence.

Off the Set, Into the Desert

The Tynan- McBride house, with its cantilevered roof, precise lines and an exterior colored pumpkin orange and chartreuse, cuts a striking silhouette in Joshua Tree, Calif.

When Stock Meant Stock
When Stock Meant Stock

Cars like the Plymouth Superbird were once sold to the public to make them eligible for the racetrack.

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