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Ethanol's Boom Stalling as Glut Depresses Price

An oversupply of ethanol is suddenly plaguing farmers, in part because distribution of the fuel has not kept pace with new distilleries.

The Long Run
G.O.P. Hopeful Took Own Path in the Senate

In his eight years in the Senate, Fred D. Thompson displayed little enthusiasm for the divisive battles that motivate religious Republican primary voters.

Under Iron Hand of Russia's Proxy, a Chechen Revival

Three years after a wave of guerrilla and terrorist attacks in Russia's war against Chechen separatists, the republic has fallen almost fully under the control of the Kremlin.

Monica Almeida / The New York Times
What Makes a Monk Mad

Myanmar's military rules by force, but the monks, equal in number to soldiers, retain ultimate moral authority.

Nic Dunlop / Panos Pictures

G.I.'s in Iraq Ready for Rest, but Hardly at Ease

Some in the 10th Mountain Division's Second Brigade worry about what their minds will carry back.

Sports of The Times
Out of Deepest Depths, a Moment for the Mets

In the 45 loopy previous seasons of the Mets, nothing had ever happened like the mood swings Saturday.

Big Coffers and Rising Voice at Conservative Group

Freedom's Watch, founded this summer, is set apart from most advocacy groups by the wealth of its benefactors.

Rural Waterfront Oasis That's Not Far From Town

Property on the Delmarva Peninsula remains inexpensive when compared with land on the more metropolitan western shores of Maryland and Virginia.

The Rerunning of the Bulls

When the Five Hundred didn't catch on, Ford decided to resurrect the name of a better-known vehicle, the Taurus.

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It's Only a Game, but It's Played at Work

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