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U.S. Foresees No Early Pullout of Its Large Force Inside Iraq
By THOM SHANKER  9:27 PM ET
Gen. Tommy R. Franks said violence and uncertainty in Iraq made it unlikely that troop levels would be reduced "for the foreseeable future."

Bush Pushes South African in Fighting AIDS
By RICHARD W. STEVENSON  9:12 PM ET
President Bush promised more money for fighting AIDS to South Africa and pressed President Thabo Mbeki to deal with the epidemic more effectively.

F.D.A. Requires Food Labels to Reveal a Lesser-Known Fat
By MARIAN BURROS  4:42 PM ET
Manufacturers have until 2006 to include the amount of artery-clogging trans fatty acids just below information on saturated fat.

Europe Tiff: What's Next? Food Fight?
By RICHARD BERNSTEIN  9:28 PM ET
Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, reacting to an Italian official's insulting remarks about German tourists, canceled his vacation in Italy.

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Online parlors and speedy computer programs are changing the way poker is played.  Go to Article

INTERNATIONAL
Emboldened Hong Kong Protesters Call For Free Elections

TECHNOLOGY
Some Xbox Fans Microsoft Didn't Aim For

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Brand New

The Crying Game

Whites With Bite

'Pirates of the
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BUSINESS

Yahoo Profit Rises in Second Quarter

Shares Slip on Profit-Taking Ahead of Earnings Reports

Report Faults Big Companies on Climate

NATIONAL

Recall Vote in California Said to Be a Certainty

Earlier Shuttle Flight Had Gas Enter Wing on Return

Man Guns Down 5 Co-Workers, Then Shoots Himself

WASHINGTON

9/11 Commission Says U.S. Agencies Slow Its Inquiry

Bush, in Africa, Promises Aid but Offers No Troops for Liberia

Man Held as 'Combatant' Petitions for Release

HEALTH

Study Questions a Treatment for Menopause

Iran Twins Die Trying to Live Separate Lives

Warning on Artery Stent Cites Some Cases of Clots

SCIENCE

Earlier Shuttle Flight Had Gas Enter Wing on Return

Test Shows Foam Was Likely Cause of Shuttle's Loss

Search for Life Out There Gains Respect, Bit by Bit

ARTS

Lincoln Center Festival Review | 'The Angel Project': Where a Play's a Scavenger Hunt

Lincoln Center Festival Review | 'Semyon Kotko': Prokofiev's Heroic Bolsheviks

Rock Review | Metallica: Metallica Thrashes Back to 80's Angst

DINING & WINE

A City at the Melting Point

In Maine, a Broadway Act With Lobsters

A Wine Award That Seems Easy to Come By

REAL ESTATE

Habitats | Riverside Drive: Decorating Using Skills From Home, and Jail

If You're Thinking of Living In | Northport: Waterfront Village That Feels Like Home

Your Home: Analyzing Rent Law's Impact




INTERNATIONAL

News Analysis: Bombshell for Beijing: Human Rights Remain Highly Popular in Hong Kong

Palestinians Say the Truce Is in Jeopardy

Laos Releases 2 European Journalists and Aide

NEW YORK REGION

City Is Selling Symbol of Its Troubled Schools

Obesity on Rise in New York Public Schools

Suit Says School Ordered Girls Tested for Diseases After Party

SPORTS

Armstrong and His Team Cruise Past Rivals in Tour

Braves 6, Mets 3: Glavine Beaten Again by Braves

Marine Who Scaled Hussein Statue Gets a Salute at Shea

TECHNOLOGY

How It Works: By Land and Air, a Live View of Cycling's Big Race

Yahoo Profit Rises in Second Quarter

What's Next: And Now, the Weather Report for Your Neighborhood

TRAVEL

A City at the Melting Point

Business Travel: A Five-Star Chain Hotel

The Pacific From Sea Level

BOOKS

Books of The Times | 'Watergate': Gaps of Watergate Beyond the 18 1/2 Minutes

A 20-Year Talk With Hepburn Is Being Published

Books of The Times | 'As of This Writing': Elaborating the Visceral in the Erudite, and Vice Versa

HOME & GARDEN

For a Shaper of Landscapes, a Cliffhanger

At Home With Mariette Himes Gomez: Building Paris Was Just a Start

Garden Notebook: For Late Starters, Foliage With Time to Spare

AUTOMOBILES

American Cars Show Gains in a Survey of Dependability

No. 2 in Trucking, Yellow, Will Buy No. 1, Roadway

U.S. Pact Lifts South Africa Car Exports

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Automobiles
Sneak Peek: New Ferrari 2+2
Ferrari will unveil its long-awaited four-seater at the Detroit auto show next year.
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A City at the Melting Point
A connoisseur of ice cream hits New York's streets for a three-week sampling safari.
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What are your favorite white wines from the Loire Valley?
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Bush in South Africa
President Bush denied a rift with South Africa on dealing with Zimbabwe.

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Ferry Tragedy
Hundreds are feared drowned after a ferry capsized in Bangladesh.



Wire Services Microsoft to Launch Speech Software for Companies 9:30 p.m. ET

Dollar Pressured Versus Yen 9:29 p.m. ET

Sony Warns of Shock Risk in Some Vaio Laptops 9:21 p.m. ET

Nike Buying Converse for $305 Million 9:19 p.m. ET

Exhumed Bodies Believed to Be Peru Massacre Victims 9:16 p.m. ET

Man Wakes, Speaks After 19 Years in Coma 9:14 p.m. ET

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