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9 / 11 Panel Study Finds That C.I.A. Withheld Tapes

The commission's chairmen said they believed the C.I.A. had made a conscious decision to impede repeated and detailed inquiries about interrogations.

The Long Run
Charming and Aloof, Huckabee Changed State

Mike Huckabee produced a legacy in Arkansas like few other Republican governors in the South, but he tended to freeze out anyone who disagreed with his plans.

Fliers Fed Up? Airline Employees Feel the Same

A rich record of employee discontent emerges from question-and-answer sessions at US Airways, which encourages workers to ask tough questions.

Life of Helping Becomes One in Need of Help
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Life of Helping Becomes One in Need of Help

Susan Barron, a psychologist, mentor and volunteer, was injured in a random attack by a knife-wielding man.

For Jets, Silence on Concussions Signals Unease

Concussions are an issue in all of football, but for the New York Jets, an institutional silence persists on the matter.

Belgium Frees 14 Detained Over Prisoner Plot

Because of a lack of evidence, 14 suspects detained over an alleged plot to free an al-Qaida prisoner were released.

Jailed 17 Years, Long Island Man Gets Second Trial

A state appeals court overturned the conviction of Martin H. Tankleff in the grisly murders of his parents in 1988.

As Cars Hit More Animals on Roads, Toll Rises

Rural roads are being traveled by more and more people, leading to an increase in fatal wildlife-related crashes.


Movies

Murder Most Musical

Murder Most Musical "Sweeney Todd" is as much a horror film as a musical.

Behind the Music

Behind the Music "Walk Hard" is a cleverly packaged tale of a patently phony musician.

Foreign Affairs

Good-Time Charlie's Foreign Affairs "Charlie Wilson's War" makes the cold war seem like kind of a blast.

Winter Driving Tips From a Rally Champion
Winter Driving Tips From a Rally Champion

Subaru's Christian Edstrom offers guidance for cold-weather motoring.

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