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Iraq and Turkey See Tensions Rise After Ambush

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice intervened to ward off a strike by Turkey in northern Iraq after Kurdish rebels killed at least 12 Turkish soldiers.

Buyers Pounce as Homes Go on the Block

For some investors, the misery of subprime loans, exploding adjustable rate mortgages and slumping sales mean one thing: opportunity.

Libraries Shun Deals to Place Books on Web

Several major research libraries have rebuffed offers from Google and Microsoft to scan their books, instead signing on with a nonprofit effort.

F.T.C. Chief Balks at Intel Inquiry

The Federal Trade Commission has rejected requests to open a formal antitrust investigation against Intel, government officials and lawyers say.

A 10-Armed Goddess Charms Calcutta
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A 10-Armed Goddess Charms Calcutta

Workers at a market snooze beneath a statue of the Hindu goddess Durga, who was honored in an annual festival.

Asia Stocks Tumble on Renewed Mortgage Fears

Investors were concerned that the U.S. credit crisis would crimp demand among U.S. consumers for Asia's exports.

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A Son of Immigrants Rises in a Southern State

Bobby Jindal will be the nation's first Indian-American governor in a state where race is inseparable from politics.

Clinton Finds Way to Play Along With Drudge

Hillary Rodham Clinton is learning to play nice with the Drudge Report and the powerful, elusive man behind it.


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Homes Among the Palm Groves in Marrakesh

A number of wealthy and well-known European and Middle Eastern visitors have turned Morocco into a second-home retreat.

Attractive, if Not for Its Looks

The 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX adds chunky armor, a stout suspension and a turbocharged engine to the basic compact.

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