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U.S. Is Likely to Continue Aid to Pakistan

Officials argued that it would be counterproductive to let Pakistan's political turmoil interfere with their best hope of ousting Al Qaeda's central leadership.

Trial Nearer for Shiite Ex-Officials in Sunni Killings

Two former Iraqi Health Ministry officials, both Shiites, will be tried in the killing and kidnapping of hundreds of Sunnis, many snatched from hospitals.

Fixing Citigroup Will Test Rubin

Robert E. Rubin, named chairman of Citigroup, will seek to revive the troubled bank, which said it would take an additional $8 billion to $11 billion write-down.

Guy Fawkes Is Spared, and England Is Restive
Anthony Devlin / Press Association
York Journal
Guy Fawkes Is Spared, and England Is Restive

None of the usual fireworks, bonfires or burning of effigies to celebrate Guy Fawkes day will occur in York this year.

A History of Neglect
Foster Children at Risk, and an Opportunity Lost

New York City's efforts to improve foster care for blacks and Latinos are as much a story of trouble as of triumph.

Political Memo
Different Rules When a Rival Is a Woman?

The question of gender has burst into the foreground of the campaign in the aftermath of a contentious debate.

Patriots 24, Colts 20

Football The Patriots are now the undisputed Super Bowl favorites.

    The Holiday Season

    Movies A special section on a season thick with Oscar ambitions.


    Going to Prague in 1967

    Rock Tom Stoppard's "Rock 'n' Roll" is "trium- phantly sentimental," writes Ben Brantley.

    A Prodigal Returns

    Sorkin Aaron Sorkin returns to Broadway with "The Farnsworth Invention."

    More in Theater
    As Beaches Erode, So Do Solutions

    As funds to restore beach sand have become increasingly scarce, Atlantic and Gulf Coast communities are having to develop their own solutions.

    An Associate Makes Full Partner

    The C-Class no longer looks like a skimpier version of more luxurious Mercedes-Benz models.

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    Op-Ed: John Ashcroft on the Telecom Lawsuits
    The Subprime Mortgage Race Gap
    Study Abroad Becomes a Must-Have Credential
    In Portland, Cultivating a Culture of Two Wheels
    Jay-Z Finds Himself at the Movies