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Kremlin Rules
Putin's Iron Grip on Russia Suffocates His Opponents

A new autocracy now governs Russia. Behind a facade of democracy lies a centralized authority that is not reluctant to swat down those who challenge the ruling party.

Russian Readers Speak Out
Translation: Russian Readers Speak Out
Kremlin Rules
James Hill for The New York Times

After War, New Battle to Become Citizens

Some immigrant members of the military have waited years for their citizenship applications to be processed.

No. 2 Tennessee 66, No. 1 Memphis 62
No. 1 No More: Memphis Falls to Tennessee

Memphis's chance at a perfect men's basketball season came to an end, as did its 47-game home winning streak.

Once Immune, Utah Is Feeling Economic Dip

The state's unexpectedly sharp economic knock is a reminder of how global and local are intertwined.


Talk to the Newsroom
The McCain Article

Editors and reporters answered questions about an article on John McCain.

Readers' Comments
The Greatest Pitcher

One of the greatest pitchers ever gave a rare interview Saturday. Who is the best of all time?


GT-R Waiting 

Game About to End
GT-R Waiting Game About to End

The Nissan GT-R may be the first car whose reputation was forged primarily in the virtual world.

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