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Police Stop Bhutto From Attending Rally

Lines of police officers placed concrete barriers and barbed wire at the entrance road to the opposition leader's house in Islamabad.

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Police arrested protesters outside of Benazir Bhutto's residence.

Merck Agrees to Settle Vioxx Suits for $4.85 Billion

Merck has agreed to settle 27,000 lawsuits by people who claim they or their family members suffered injury or died after taking the pain medication.

Mukasey Wins Vote in Senate, Despite Democrats' Doubts

The 53-to-40 vote came despite Democratic criticism that Michael B. Mukasey failed to take an unequivocal stance against torture of terror detainees.

Rising Demand for Oil Provokes New Energy Crisis

Unlike past oil shocks caused by interruptions in exports, this time prices are being driven by growing demand.

From Back of G.O.P. Pack, Huckabee Is Stirring

There are signs that Mike Huckabee is working his way from a long shot to a possible contender in Iowa's caucuses.

A Football Power in a Small Kansas Town

The Smith Center High School football team has won 51 games in a row, outscoring opponents this season, 704-0.


Green Car Award: None of the Above

This year's finalists for an award at the Los Angeles Auto Show offer little that's truly new.

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