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Support Wanes in House for Genocide Vote

The Turkish government has said House passage of the resolution would prompt it to reconsider its ties to the United States, including logistical support for the Iraq war.

Global Warming Starts to Divide G.O.P. Contenders

The Republican presidential candidates are divided over the policy solutions to global warming.

Pentagon Sees One Authority Over Contractors

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates is pressing for the armed security contractors in Iraq to fall under a single authority, most likely the American military.

Seeking a Painting for van Gogh's Final Abode
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Seeking a Painting for van Gogh's Final Abode

An innkeeper dreams of seeing "The Fields (Wheat Fields)" hang in the room where Vincent van Gogh died in 1890.

Silicon Valley Start-Ups Awash in Dollars, Again

Investors seem to have forgotten the pain of the dot-com bust and are showing symptoms of irrational exuberance.

Lifers as Teenagers, Now Seeking Second Chance

The U.S. stands alone in the world in convicting adolescents as adults and sentencing them to life.


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The Money Race

ALT TAG See where the candidates' third-quarter contributions came from.

Charles Strum

The associate managing editor who oversees the nighttime operations of The Times is taking questions.


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The Real Carver: Expansive or Minimal?

Raymond Carver's widow is spearheading an effort to publish a volume of his stories in unedited form.

Polishing New Facets of a Dance Gem

Creating Radiant Space and Polishing New Facets of a Dance Gem At a fundamental level, Balanchine choreography is physics rendered as drama.

Habitats: What a Difference 38 Years Make

After decades in the meatpacking district, Vincent Inconiglios cannot believe his neighborhood is a destination.

A Hatchback Plot Is Hatched

The C30 is a shapely little wedge that draws more public praise than any Volvo in years.

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