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Business Lobby Presses Agenda Before '08 Vote

Lobbyists are racing to secure a wide range of health, safety, labor and economic rules before President Bush leaves office.

Nonstop Theft and Bribery Are Staggering Iraq

There is a growing sense that Iraq has slipped to new depths of lawlessness even as security has improved.

Feminist Pitch by a Democrat Named Obama

Senator Barack Obama's campaign argues that the best candidate for women may, in fact, be a man.

U.S. Credit Crisis Adds to Gloom in Arctic Norway

Norwegian towns that lost millions in bad investments fear that they will have to cut local services.

Death in the Family
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Death in the Family

Booth Gardner, a former Washington governor who has Parkinson's, is lobbying for a doctor-assisted-suicide law. His son is among those fighting him every step of the way.

Ending Famine, Simply by Ignoring the Experts

Malawi's turnaround was fueled by fertilizer subsidies.

The Quad
B.C.S. Title Picture Remains Muddled

Jerry Palm, the esteemed B.C.S. guru, predicts that Ohio State will play L.S.U. in the national title football game.


Second Home

Sharing (for a Price)

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

Cadillac CTS: Ready for Download

The redesigned CTS looks as if Cadillac loosened the reins on practicality and let the designers have some fun.

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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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