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F.C.C. Set to End Sole Cable Deals for Apartments

Hoping to reduce spiraling cable TV costs, the F.C.C. plans to strike down contracts giving cable companies exclusive rights to service individual apartment buildings.

In the Rugged North of Iraq, Kurdish Rebels Flout Turkey

In a remote corner of northern Iraq, Kurdish militants fighting Turkey thrive, protected by mountains and a complex web of relationships.

At Merrill, a Risk-Taker's Rise Ends With a Messy Undoing

Having lost the confidence of his board, E. Stanley O'Neal is expected to resign as early as Monday as chairman and chief executive of Merrill Lynch.

Red Sox Down Rockies to Sweep Series
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Red Sox Down Rockies to Sweep Series

Fans celebrated near Fenway Park after the Red Sox swept the Rockies to win their second World Series in four years.

For Rodriguez and Yankees, It's All but Over

Alex Rodriguez has opted out of his contract, his agent said, a move that may end his career with the Yankees.

Health Sector Puts Its Money on Democrats

Democratic candidates for president are outpacing Republicans in donations from the health care industry.

Backing an Iraqi Leader Again, This Time for a Fee

Robert D. Blackwill has built a business lobbying for foreign governments, officials and companies.

A Principal Who Cracks Down on Stress

Some administrators are pushing back against an ethos of super-achievement at affluent suburban high schools.


Affordable Caribbean

A team of travel editors and writers from The New York Times uncover affordable places to stay, eat, drink and shop in the Caribbean. Explore all 13 islands .


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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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