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Iraq Lacks Plan on the Return of Refugees, Military Says

U.S. military officials said the Iraqi government had yet to develop a plan to absorb returning refugees and keep them from setting off a new round of violence.

In Ch vez Territory, Signs of Dissent

With President Hugo Ch vez of Venezuela facing a test at the polls, some of his allies are restive.

Citing Statistics, Giuliani Misses Time and Again

Both Mitt Romney and Democrats have accused Rudolph W. Giuliani of a pattern of misleading figures.

Putting on Weight for Football Glory
Cheryl Gerber for The New York Times
Putting on Weight for Football Glory

Weight problems among high school football players have far outpaced those of other male children and adolescents.

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Oxygen Suppliers Fight to Keep a Medicare Boon

Medicare spends billions of dollars each year on products and services that are available at far lower prices.

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Art and Soul

The new Web site of T, The New York Times Style Magazine, makes its debut with a Holiday issue all about art and the ways it shapes culture and style today.


Cyclocross: Mud, Sweat and Gears

Cyclocross This mix of BMX bike racing and road riding runs involves lots of mud.

Renting Out Ski Condos

If you're thinking of buying or renting a ski condo, consider a few big questions.

In Panama, a Home in the Mountains

The terrace of Rachelle and Ben Smith's home is one of the few places on earth with views of both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

Small Things in Good Packages

The one thing about the Suzuki Wagon R that is oversize is the number of sales.

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The Office Party, as a Tightrope Walk

Planning holiday festivities at the workplace is complicated enough to make some managers wish that the Grinch had succeeded after all.


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