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Iraq Hampers U.S. Bid to Widen Sunni Police Role

Efforts to recruit Sunni policemen have been met with halfhearted support and outright resistance from the Shiite-dominated national government.

Obama Promises a Forceful Stand Against Clinton

Senator Barack Obama said he would start confronting Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton more forcefully, in response to concerns about his lack of assertiveness.

Age of Riches
After Succeeding, Young Tycoons Try, Try Again

Having already struck it rich, many young Internet tycoons throw themselves back into a start-up, in a competition with one another and themselves.

Improv Comedy, Under a Grocery in Chelsea
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The City
Improv Comedy, Under a Grocery in Chelsea

The next Stephen Colberts may be cutting their teeth at the leaky, shabby Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, which has evolved into a farm system for screen talent.

Rethinking Fire Policy in the Tinderbox Zone

Many California residents are ruggedly obstinate about the choice they have made to live with the constant threat of fire.

Weary of Highway Bribery, Russians Take on the Police

The beating of a leader of a budding movement to uphold motorists' rights in the face of police corruption has prompted an outcry.

Merrill Lynch Reported Ready to Dismiss Head

The board of Merrill Lynch has reached a consensus that E. Stanley O'Neal will not remain chairman, according to people briefed on the discussions.


INTERACTIVE FEATURE : Climbing Kilimanjaro

Another pilgrim goes manfully up Kilimanjaro, the one big summit a mere mortal can reach on hands and knees.


A Project, a Retreat, a Kennel . . .

Klaus Ortlieb, a force behind ultracool hotels in Manhattan, leads a quieter life at his home in Dutchess County.

Honda's Accord, All Grown Up

The all-new 2008 Accord should be cause for celebration.

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Strife at Home Affects the Office, Too

Employers are learning that victims of violence are often reluctant to seek help.

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