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Clinton Success Alters Delegate Race's Dynamic

After Tuesday's primary victories for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, her focus is momentum ; for her Democratic rival, Senator Barack Obama, it is math.

Political Memo
Lesson of Defeat: Obama Comes Out Punching

After appearing nearly invincible last week, Barack Obama now faces questions about whether he can win states vital to a Democratic victory in November.

Drug Tied to China Had Contaminant, F.D.A. Says

The critical blood thinner heparin, which has been linked to at least 19 deaths, contained a possibly counterfeit ingredient.

An Olympic Hopeful Picks Up Speed
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An Olympic Hopeful Picks Up Speed

Dallas Robinson, a sprinter who trains on a 60-meter strip of artificial turf at a gym but runs remarkably fast, quit a high-paying job to chase a dream of competing in Beijing.

Cyber-Rebels in Cuba Defy State's Limits

A growing underground network of young people has been spreading news the official state media try to suppress.

President Fails to Budge OPEC on Production

Record oil prices are suddenly creating the sharpest tensions in years between the oil cartel and the U.S.

New Generation Gap Emerges as Older Addicts Seek Help

Across the country, substance abuse centers are reaching out to older addicts who have historically been ignored.

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Personal Tech

Revolution in Single Lens Reflex

Revolution in Single Lens Reflex Sony achieves a technical breakthrough in digital cameras.

New Add-Ons and Old Standbys Await Online

New Add-Ons and Old Standbys Await Online Game downloading services, around for years, are just beginning to make a dent in sales of packaged game software.

A Swiss Alpine Chalet

Therese and Paul Beckwith are the owners of an Alpine chalet with a ski run at the end of the garden and picture-perfect views of snow-clad peaks.

Wheels
Why Is a 98 Pickup No. 1 in Mexico?
Why Is a '98 Pickup No. 1 in Mexico?

Decade-old trucks are among the vehicles most sought-after by Mexican used car dealers.

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Fitting In, Japanese Style When I started, it felt like being in a traffic jam. I knew where I needed to go but I wasn't quite sure how to get there.

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