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Democrats Push a Tactic to Shift Iraq Plan

Senators hope to force a faster pullout by requiring that troops spend as much time at home as on their most recent tours overseas before being redeployed.

Fed's Ex-Chief Attacks Bush on Fiscal Role

In his long-awaited memoir, Alan Greenspan is harshly critical of Republicans for abandoning their principles on spending and deficits.

In High School Football, an Injury No One Sees

Many teenagers who play high school football do not know what a concussion is or they simply do not care, raising the risk of injuries, which are sometimes fatal.

A Longtime Shepherd of Korean Fashion
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A Longtime Shepherd of Korean Fashion

Andre Kim, South Korea's most powerful designer, is an instantly recognizable cultural icon in his home country.

At the U.S. Border, the Desert Takes a Rising Toll

The number of migrants dying while trying to cross the border in Pima County, Ariz. , is on pace to set a record.

Tell-All PCs and Phones Transforming Divorce

In the digital age, it's growing increasingly difficult to hide dirty secrets from former spouses in divorce cases.

Known for Famous Photos, Not All of Them His

Joe O'Donnell, who died Aug. 9, hijacked and claimed as his own some of the 20th century's most famous images.


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High-End Rustic on a Plateau in the Alleghenies

Washingtonians of means tend to buy their second homes at the seashore. But increasingly they are heading to Deep Creek Lake, a mountain resort region.

Small Cars and a Big Mini

Suddenly, being small is big news at the Frankfurt motor show.

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The Not-So- Simple Art of the Blood Test

Only a few states require licensing for phlebotomists it's mainly on-the-job training.

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