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Pakistani Officials Order Detention of Bhutto and Block a March

Police blocked the road leading to the residence of Benazir Bhutto and arrested hundreds of workers from her party. Ms. Bhutto called for General Pervez Musharraf to resign.

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Baghdad's Bab al Sheik has been spared the worst of the sectarian bloodshed.

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The G.O.P. candidate talks biblical verse on the trail.

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Police detained a supporter of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto near the site of her house arrest in Lahore.

Studies on Pupils Instinct Call Bad Behavior Not Dooming to Swarm

Two studies could change the way teachers and parents understand children who are disruptive or withdrawn.

A Health Plan for Wal-Mart: Less Stinginess

The nation's largest private employer is offering better coverage to a greater number of workers.

Man, 18, Is Fatally Shot by Police in Brooklyn

Five officers shot a man after responding to his mother's 911 call for help in a domestic dispute, an official said.


 
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