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Assessing the 'Surge'

At Street Level, Unmet Goals of Troop Buildup

The U.S. troop "surge" has slowed, but far from stopped, Iraq's civil war, repeated visits to Baghdad neighborhoods show.

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The Neighborhoods

Video, photos and written reports from throughout Baghdad.

F.B.I. Data Mining Reached Beyond Initial Targets

In terrorism investigations, the F.B.I. obtained data not only on individuals it was targeting but also on their contacts, records indicate.

Tom Redburn: On the Economy

If the Fed can't stop housing sickness from spreading, will the political parties make it to 2008 without catching something?

Molding the Ideal Islamic Citizen
Molding the Islamic Citizen

Pleasure-loving Persian traditions blend and conflict with Shiite Islam teachings as Iran shapes a national identity.

Shadowy Money Trail of a Fugitive Fund-Raiser

At the center of the Norman Hsu mystery is the question of how he evolved from a bankrupt swindler to a wealthy political donor.

Boys Cast Out by Polygamists Find Help

Over the last six years, hundreds of teenage boys have been forced out of a polygamous settlement on the Arizona-Utah border.

The Long Run
A Streetwise Veteran Schooled Young Obama

Class emerged as a subtext during Barack Obama's failed attempt to unseat an incumbent congressman on the South Side of Chicago.

The New Season
The New Season

A special section previewing the fall season in film, theater, arts, dance and music, with critics' picks and listings.

As Hardtops Hide, Trunks Go Missing

With the Pontiac G6 and Chrysler Sebring convertibles, the retractable hardtop infiltrates the domestic four-seater.

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