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Republicans Join Vote to Override Water Bill Veto

A majority of House Republicans joined Democrats on Tuesday in escalating a confrontation with President Bush over federal spending.

A History of Neglect
In Foster Care Reckoning, Vows of Help and Vigilance

In 2005, the city's child welfare commissioner faced a delicate and complex challenge in evaluating neighborhood-based, minority-run foster care agencies.

Pakistani Lawyers' Anger Grew as Hope for Changes Withered

Disappointment turned to fury after Gen. Pervez Musharraf scrapped the Supreme Court and the Constitution, prompting more protests among Pakistani lawyers.

Protecting a Wild Patch of Marshland
Suzanne DeChillo / The New York Times
Protecting a Wild Patch of Marshland

After decades atop environmentalists' must-save lists, a boggy green break in an industrialized stretch of waterfront is being preserved on Staten Island.

High-Priced Oil Adds Volatility to Power Scramble

The prospect of triple-digit oil prices has redrawn the economic and political map of the world.

Your Ad Here: Web Surprise Hits '08 Race

Campaigns venturing into the unruly territory of Web advertising risk losing the thing they crave most: control.


Library Branch to Share Space With Hotel

New York Public Library's Donnell Branch to Share Space With Hotel The New York Public Library will sell the building housing its Donnell branch to Orient-Express Hotels Ltd.

Conservative Authors Sue Publisher

Conservative Authors Sue Regnery Publishing Over Royalties Five authors charged that Regnery Publishing deprives its writers of royalties.

Sketch Pad: Growing Up, Not Out

A Brooklyn mansion held less appeal for an architect planning a makeover than the carriage house out back.

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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Saving the Heritage Turkey
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