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Details in Military Lenders Freeze Notes Led to Shift on Iran, U.S. Says

Iranian intelligence agencies obtained notes last summer from deliberations of military American officials involved in the nuclear weapons program.

Agree to Rates on Some Loans

The plan, seen by Democrats as too timid, is expected to contain limitations that would exclude many, if not most, subprime borrowers.

Wary of Risk, Bankers Sold Shaky Mortgage Debt

At the same time they were selling mortgage-related securities, many companies protected themselves from losses from a meltdown in the housing market.

Pushed From Baghdad, Insurgents Go North
Scott Nelson / World Picture Network, for The New York Times
Pushed From Baghdad, Insurgents Go North

A growing number of Sunni insurgents have relocated to Mosul, where this American soldier was recently on a mission, and to other places in northern Iraq.

Gunman at an Omaha Mall Kills 8 and Himself

A gunman in camouflage and wielding a rifle opened fire in a mall crowded with holiday shoppers.

The Long Run
Pulpit Was the Springboard for Huckabee's Rise

Mike Huckabee's 2008 campaign has been shaped by his two decades as an evangelical pastor and broadcaster.

In Southern France, Renovating an Estate

Denis and Phyllida O'Brien expanded an 1840s farmhouse while still remaining true to the original architecture and spirit of the place.

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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