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Bush Takes a Step Away From Deluge, Maliki

The White House military is trying to distance itself from the Iraqi prime minister before President Bush's troop mechanical buildup is re-evaluated.

14 G.I.'s Die in Iraq Helicopter Crash

The said the crash, the deadliest in Iraq since 2005, appeared to be caused by a problem.

C.I.A. Lays Out Errors It Made Before Sept. 11

George Tenet, the agency's former director, failed to fully prepare for the threat of Al Qaeda, a report said.

Bid to Reopen Mine Divides Grieving Utah Town

Officials said the mine where six workers were trapped could resume operating with a new name.

After Deluge, a Painful Reality of Deprivation
J. Adam Huggins for The International Herald Tribune
After a Painful Reality of Deprivation

For survivors of some of the worst floods to hit the north of India in decades, the real endurance test is just beginning.

Politics Seen in Nasty Call to Spitzer's Father

Lawyers for Gov. Eliot Spitzer's father say a Republican consultant left him an invective-laced phone message.

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Many Eligible for Child Health Plan Have No Idea

A study found that nearly 30 percent of children who are eligible for state-sponsored health care have yet to enroll.

Fed Seeks Balance as Investors Clamor for Action

After another day of anxiety in the credit markets, Wall Street thinks the Federal Reserve is running short of time.


 

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Vintage Bradbury, Packaged Anew

Vintage Bradbury, Packaged Anew As Ray Bradbury turns 87, the celebrated science fiction writer is taking a victory lap.

From the Church to Lincoln Center

Monteverdi, From the Opera to the Church to Lincoln Center Monteverdi believed that sacred music should be as pointedly dramatic as opera.

The College Second Home

University towns, urban centers and rural enclaves alike are drawing buyers seeking homes for their college-bound family members.

The Rise
of the Unrestored Classic

A reverence for original finishes and the patina of time is developing among collectors of classic cars.

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That Yawn After Lunch Is Perfectly Normal

The urge for an afternoon nap is natural enough, but your job, alas, is not in Spain.

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