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U.S. Shifts to Seek Removal of Yemen’s Leader, an Ally

The United States, which long supported Yemen’s president, even in the face of recent protests, has shifted positions.

BP Seeks to Resume Drilling in Gulf of Mexico

BP is seeking permission to keep drilling at 10 existing deepwater wells in the gulf in exchange for adhering to stricter safety rules.

Alzheimer’s Studies Show Genetic Links

The two largest studies of Alzheimer’s disease led to the discovery of five genes that provide intriguing new clues to why it strikes and how it progresses.
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A Note About Digital Subscriptions

The Times’s plan for digital subscriptions to NYTimes.com and mobile apps began last week. Read a letter from Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. explaining the details.
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Letter to Our Readers: Times Begins Digital Subscriptions

A letter from the publisher of The New York Times about the beginning of digital subscriptions in the United States and the rest of the world.
Ai Weiwei in his Beijing studio on March 7.
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China Takes Dissident Artist Into Custody

Activists say detentions, including Ai Weiwei’s, show that a crackdown is spreading to the upper reaches of society.
Rebel Leadership in Libya Shows Strain
As stalemate threatens their fight with Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, rebels are suffering from infighting.
On Education
Teenagers Speak Up for Lack of Faith
Students in a new atheist club in Panama City, Fla., get along surprisingly well with their Christian counterparts.
Duke Law Students Give Musical Nod to Nixon
Duke took a step toward embracing its most infamous graduate, Richard M. Nixon, by performing a play.
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A Wiki Takes Aim at Obama
A group with ties to Karl Rove has a Web site to collect freedom of information requests that scrutinize Obama.
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Born of Pirate Radio, Seeking a Spot on British Dial
Radio Caroline, which first took to the air from a makeshift studio on an offshore ship in 1964, wants an AM radio designation in Britain.

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Women Atop the Ladder
Members of Belizean Grove represent a rare confluence of women’s wealth and influence.

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The forgotten story of how slavery really ended in America.
Week in Review
Week in Review
America’s response to Arab turmoil may help or hinder Iran’s ambitions. The calculation isn’t always easy.

 

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People who are unhappy with their Google results are increasingly hiring online reputation managers to help recast their Web profiles.
2011 BMW X3
Downsizing Made Easy: Increase Power and Space
Downsizing Made Easy: Increase Power and Space
The BMW X3 may be smaller than than the lumbering Death Stars of old, but the vehicle has still grown from the previous model. Still, the X3 is hard to beat as a high-jolt family car.
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Chris Cunningham of Appssavvy, a social media-focused marketing firm, says job candidates face a tough final test before being hired.
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