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Clinton's Sniping by Her Aides Hurt Clinton's Image as Manager

Internal second-guessing has undermined Hillary Rodham image as a steady-at-the-wheel chief surrounded by a phalanx of loyal and efficient aides.

McCain Uses Breathing Room to Focus on Coffers

John McCain has time he can use to unite his party and transform his operation into a general election machine, though the lull could also have drawbacks.

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To Aim Ads, Web Is Keeping Closer Eye on You

A new analysis of online consumer data shows that large Web companies are learning more about people than ever from what they search for and do on the Internet.

Surrogate Motherhood Thrives in India
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Surrogate Motherhood Thrives in India

Clinics that provide mothers for foreigners say they have been inundated with requests. Above, Rubin Mondal, a counselor and Razia Vohra, a surrogate.

In Tanker Bid, It Was Boeing vs. Bold Ideas

Boeing must decide by Wednesday whether to file an appeal on the Pentagon's contract with Airbus.

The Scholarship Divide
Athletic Scholarships: Expectations Lose to Reality

The expectations of parents and athletes can differ sharply from the realities of college athletics.

Pakistan Rivals Join to Fight Musharraf

The leaders of the two major political parties agreed that they would reinstate the judges the Pakistani president fired, which may create a challenge to his presidency.


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Enter the Boosters, Bearing Theaters

/ A surrogate nonprofit theatrical building boom is taking place in parts of the United States.

Beyond Song and Dance

Several new Off Broadway musicals are going light on the cheer, heavy on the quirkiness and angst.

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Geneva Motor Show
Glamour and Cars? It's Still the Swiss
Glamour and Cars? It's Still the Swiss

The Geneva Motor Show is a throwback to the time when auto shows were celebrations of the industry.

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Preoccupations
The Office Phone Call Was Music to the Ears

The Office Phone Call Was Music to the Ears The waning of the office phone call is one of those cultural declines that few people are likely to lament.

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