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Merrill Lynch Weighs Ouster of Top Officer

Directors of the brokerage firm have begun to consider whether to replace the embattled E. Stanley O'Neal, and with whom.

Execution Case Tests Iraq's Bid to Ease Divide

The fate of Iraq's former minister of defense will turn on the ability of Iraq's fractious sects and political alliances to work together.

1944 Conviction of Black G.I.'s Is Ruled Flawed

A ruling this week by a U.S. Army panel could lead to the overturning of one of the largest courts-martial of World War II.

This Halloween, Man in Noose Wins Reprieve
Suzy Allman for The New York Times
This Halloween, Man in Noose Wins Reprieve

A series of race-baiting incidents have left some wondering about displays of Halloween ghouls in nooses.

Glare of Fires Pulls Migrants From Shadows

The California fires exposed the often-invisible existence of illegal immigrants in ways that were sometimes deadly.

New Helmet Design Absorbs Shock in a New Way

A former Harvard quarterback has developed a promising technology to protect football players from concussions.


Joy of Fright

Joy of Fright Old chillers that should scare (but not terrorize) the kids.

Too Close to Home

Too Close to Home "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" is curiously exhilarating.

Wheels at the Tokyo Motor Show

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