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Democratic Rivals Clash Before Pivotal Primaries

Hillary Rodham Clinton accused Barack Obama of deception and faulted his Senate record as new evidence of discord surfaced within her own camp.

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Voices of the Voters

Ohio and Texas voters discuss the issues they care about.

As Israelis Pull Out of Gaza, Hamas Celebrates Its Rocketry

As Israel withdrew its forces from the northern Gaza Strip, Hamas leaders seemed to be following the playbook of Hezbollah in its 2006 war with Israel.

Violence Leaves Young Iraqis Doubting Clerics

Many young people in Iraq say they have grown disillusioned with religious leaders and skeptical of the faith that they preach.

Spitzer Persuades Donors to Keep On Giving
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Spitzer Persuades Donors to Keep On Giving

Despite pledging he would only accept donations under $10,000, Gov. Eliot Spitzer of New York is encouraging donors to give much more to the state Democratic Party.

  • Spitzer's Fiscal Certainty Is Met With Skepticism
Author Admits Acclaimed Memoir Is Fantasy

In a tearful telephone interview from her home, Margaret Seltzer admitted that the personal story she tells in "Love and Consequences" was entirely fabricated.

Companies Are Piling Up Cash

The total cash held by companies in S.&P.'s industrial index exceeded $600 billion in February, up from about $203 billion in 1998.

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Preserving the Best of the Old

A brownstone in a landmarked district offers a challenge for an architect whose specialty is theaters.

A Big Rig to Call Home
A Big Rig to Call Home

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