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F.B.I. Says Guards Killed 14 Iraqis Without Cause

F.B.I. agents investigating the Sept. 16 episode in which Blackwater security personnel shot and killed 17 Iraqi civilians found that all but three of the shootings were unjustified.

Polls Find Voters Weighing Issues vs. Electability

Twin New York Times / CBS News polls suggest that the outcome for the presidential nominating battle is far from settled in either Iowa or New Hampshire, which will begin voting in less than two months.

In Interview, Musharraf Defends Rule by Decree

"The emergency is to ensure elections go in an undisturbed manner," Gen. Pervez Musharraf said in an interview with The New York Times.

Despite Controls, Prices Surge Again in China
Timothy O'Rourke for The New York Times
Despite Controls, Prices Surge Again in China

Price controls on a wide range of industries failed to lower the inflation rate, causing concern among China's leaders. Food prices rose 17.6 percent compared to a year earlier.

Spitzer Dropping His License Plan

Gov. Eliot Spitzer said that opposition to his plan to issue driver's licenses to illegal immigrants is just too overwhelming to move forward.

Ex-Publisher's Suit Plays a Giuliani-Kerik Angle

In a lawsuit, Judith Regan says that an executive with the company encouraged her to mislead investigators about her relationship with Bernard B. Kerik.

Economic Scene
A Close Look Reveals Silver Linings in the Economy

The recent spate of gloomy economic developments probably will not turn out to be as bad as you think.

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Holiday Dishes

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Boutique to Big Time

Small businesses that thrive will survive if they can cope with the shifts in scope that accompany success.


Anti-Bush Sign Creates an Uproar

Display of Anti-Bush Sign Has Competitive Bridge World in an Uproar A U.S. women's team is facing sanctions for a protest at the world bridge championships in Shanghai last month.

Berlin in Lights

Berlin in Lights New York Times critics and reporters chronicle the 17-day festival.

Town at One With Country

Easton, Conn. , has antique homes, high-performing schools and a zoning code that has not changed in 66 years.

Rabbit in a Hot Rich Sauce

For people who love hot hatchbacks, the Volkswagen R32 will melt more than your wallet.

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