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Report Says Firm Sought to Cover Iraq Shootings

Employees of Blackwater USA have engaged in nearly 200 shootings in Iraq since 2005, according to a new report from Congress.

Signals of Verdict Against Knicks Coach

A jury indicated Monday that Isiah Thomas was guilty of sexually harassing Anucha Browne Sanders, but it had not yet reached a verdict.

Write-Downs by Big Banks Spark Rally

Wall Street's banking giants started to admit their problems, and investors took the disclosures as a sign that the worst may be over.

Korean Leaders Meet in Pyongyang
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Korean Leaders Meet in Pyongyang

South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun arrived for a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

Putin Says He Will Run for Parliament

The suggestion seemed to confirm that President Vladimir V. Putin plans to hold on to the power he has accrued.

Tweens Love Broadway, but Can't Save It Alone

Girls are the demographic of the moment for Broadway producers, but some consider that enthusiasm misplaced.

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An Album That Costs What You Want It To

What do you think about Radiohead's plan to distribute their album on their website for whatever people are willing to pay for it?

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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