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Book on Obama Hopes to Repeat Anti-Kerry Feat
A conservative gadfly who attacked John Kerry’s Vietnam record in 2004 has released a new book painting Barack Obama as a stealth radical liberal.



National Briefing | Washington: Unabomber Protests Cabin’s Display at Museum
Theodore J. Kaczynski is protesting the public display of his Montana cabin at the Newseum, a recently opened museum devoted to the history of news and press freedom.



Amid Ruined New Orleans Neighborhoods, a Gadfly Buzzes
Karen Gadbois, a New Orleans activist, has helped expose corruption in the federally financed program to gut and repair storm-damaged homes.



Names of the Dead
The Department of Defense has identified 4,134 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war and 566 who have died as a part of Operation Enduring Freedom, which is centered in Afghanistan. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans on Tuesday:.



Study Tallies Corporations Not Paying Income Tax
Two out of every three United States corporations paid no federal income taxes from 1998 through 2005, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office.



Navy Agrees to Sonar System Restriction
The Navy agreed to limit where it operates certain sonar systems criticized by environmentalists as a threat to whales and other marine mammals.



U.S. Analyst Depicts Al Qaeda as Secure in Pakistan and More Potent Than Last Year
Al Qaeda’s success in forging close ties to Pakistani militant groups has given the terrorist network an increasingly secure haven in parts of Pakistan, an analyst said.



Mukasey Won’t Pursue Charges in Hiring Inquiry
Attorney General Michael Mukasey rejected the idea of criminally prosecuting former Justice Department employees who improperly used political litmus tests in hiring decisions.



N.F.L. Executives Hope to Keep Salaries Secret
The N.F.L. is asking Congress for an exception to the requirement of publicly disclosing the names and salaries of employees at its headquarters, which has nonprofit status.



Russia Steps Up Its Push; West Faces Tough Choices
The U.S. and its European allies seemed uncertain how to adjust to Russian actions in Georgia that could undermine democratic gains in the region.