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Brown Says Britain Will Tighten Iran Sanctions

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:37:04 GMT

After talks with President Bush, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said that Britain would freeze Iranian assets and increase its troop strength in Afghanistan.

After a Feud and 2 Deaths, Soldiers’ Families Torn

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:53:16 GMT

A mutual distrust between two soldiers deployed in Iraq devolved into murder, according to prosecutors.

A Delegator, Obama Picks When to Take Reins

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:15:07 GMT

Senator Barack Obama is more inclined to focus on the big picture over the day-to-day whirl while managing his campaign.

Bernanke Says Rising Health Care Costs a Strain

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:08:17 GMT

Bolstering the performance of the health care system is one of the biggest challenges facing the country, the Federal Reserve chairman said Monday.

In Midwest Floods, a Broad Threat to Crops

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:22:11 GMT

For farmers who have seen their fields turn to floodplains, the rain and flooding could not have come at a worse time.

Tony Schwartz, Who Helped Create ‘Daisy Ad,’ Dies

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:34:03 GMT

Mr. Schwartz, 84, was a self-taught, sought-after and highly reclusive media consultant who helped create what is generally considered to be the most famous political ad.

Monday Brings a Reminder of Loss at Lehman

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 17:00:21 GMT

Lehman, which offered details of its second-quarter loss on Monday, is the latest Wall Street bank to feel the heat of the tight credit market. More downbeat news from Wall Street is expected this week.

Supreme Court to Rule on Bias Suit by Detainee

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:23:51 GMT

The Supreme Court will decide whether the former attorney general and F.B.I. director should have to face a lawsuit by Muslims detained after the 9/11 attacks.

The Tonys Spread the Glory Around

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 15:42:50 GMT

Reflecting an eclectic Broadway season, the 62nd Annual Tony Awards decided to spread around the goodies.

City Room: One More Portrait of Grief

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:58:20 GMT

The story behind the addition of a new biographical sketch to the "Portraits of Grief" archive of Sept. 11 victims.

Equal Parenting: Divide and Conquer

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:58:20 GMT

So much of the conversation here the past few days has been about couples who divide household chores. It brings to mind a memory about how things probably shouldn’t work. When my firstborn was an infant and I was in the middle of a sleep-deprived, hormone-fueled meltdown, my husband, Bruce, made some comment, probably benign, about [...].

The Lede: Surge in Bank Robberies

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:28:18 GMT

The crime that spices up local newscasts and newspaper blotters may be all too easy to ignore.

DealBook: Private Equity to Public School

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 16:58:20 GMT

For more than 20 years, Frank Yeary advised a host of corporate chieftains on strategic decisions, in his role as an investment banker for mergers and acquisitions. But beginning in August, Mr. Yeary, who is Citigroup's global head of M&A, will begin advising top administrators at the University of California, Berkeley as a vice chancellor, a [...].

Bits: TV Jumps on the L.E.D. Bandwagon

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 15:43:13 GMT

By 2011, cost reductions will spur a switch to L.E.D. illumination for L.C.D. TVs. That will mean even thinner and more energy-efficient TVs.

TierneyLab: Malthus v. the Singularity

Mon, 16 Jun 2008 15:43:13 GMT

Before any other readers post another comment about "overpopulation" and doomsday scenarios, I suggest they take a look at my colleague Donald McNeil's excellent article on Malthusian mistakes. As he notes, the current forecasts of energy and food disasters sound just like the ones made during the 1970s. Similar apocalyptic forecasts were made in the [...].