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Local Pakistani Militants Boost Qaeda Threat

The Qaeda network accused by Pakistan's government of killing Benazir Bhutto is increasingly made up not of foreign fighters but of homegrown militants.

Candidates Digging for a Deeper Pool of Iowa Voters

The turnout effort among Democrats has exploded into the most ambitious and costly in the history of Iowa's caucus system.

Courting Iowa's Undecided Voters With a Late Push

The Democratic contenders tangled over electability while the Republican candidates delivered attacks on their rivals.

How Bhutto Won Washington
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How Bhutto Won Washington

Benazir Bhutto with the first President Bush in 1989. In the end, her American connections only underscored how little the United States fathomed South Asia's politics.

Tapes by C.I.A. Lived and Died to Save Image

Decisions about interrogation videotapes were prompted by fear about what the public might think, officials say.

Public Lands
Surge in Off-Roading Stirs Dust and Debate in West

Federally owned lands are being transformed into the new playgrounds, and battlegrounds, of the American West.

Patriots 38, Giants 35
Record-Setting Night, Perfect Finish

The New England Patriots completed a perfect regular season. But the Giants put up quite a fight.

The Spirit Moved Them

Many people acquire second homes to seek out sun, surf or snow. But for others, a second home is for seeking out the soul.

The Year in Cars

Three writers list their ten favorites, from powerful exotics to sensible sedans.

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A New Corporate Path to Disaster Relief

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