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2007: The Year in Pictures

Opposition Parties Vow to Proceed With Jan. 8 Election

Pakistan's largest political party picked Benazir Bhutto's 19-year-old son to succeed her as chairman and vowed to forge ahead with elections next week.

New Questions Arise in Killing of Ex-Premier

Indications that doctors felt pressured to conform to government accounts of Benazir Bhutto's death added to the pressure for an international inquiry.

The Long Run
After a Son's Death, a Shared Mission in Politics

John and Elizabeth Edwards's decision to stay in the race despite her cancer drew on a lesson learned through pain.

Democrats Try Various Styles, and Pronouns

The performances of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards reveal a basic thematic divide.

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Jihadists in Jails Win Leverage With Protests

Through protests, militant inmates in Morocco have won perks that make them the envy of the other inmates.


Plays Well With Others

/ Ensemble performances of a rare order are glowing brightly on stages across the theater district.

Shades of Chaka Khan

Khan The R&B and funk star begins performing as the sassy Sofia in "The Color Purple" next month.

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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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Week in Review


To Mark 100 New Years, a Much Brighter Ball
Op-Ed: The Office Pool, 2008
In Mexico, Toddlers Serve Time With Mom
The Free Market: A False Idol After All?
Hipsters Leap to Club-Party Hopscotch