By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN 12:12 AM ET
The House vote will set the stage for a standoff with Senate Democrats and the White House that each side has warned could lead to a government shutdown.
By MICHAEL COOPER and KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
The unrest in Wisconsin this week over Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to cut the bargaining rights and benefits of public workers is spreading to other states.
By ANTHONY SHADID
As in Bahrain and Iran, the police and army in Libya have moved quickly to crush the escalating unrest.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Sheik Yusuf al-Qaradawi delivered his first sermon in Cairo in 50 years, emerging as a powerful voice in Egypt.
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By JOSH KRON 12:38 AM ET
Ever since Manute Bol became an N.B.A. star, southern Sudan has produced a number of players who had solid college careers in the United States.
By SHARON OTTERMAN
The move appears to acknowledge concerns that schools might be manipulating the statistics they are judged by.
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An American couple sailing across the Indian Ocean in a small yacht was captured by Somali pirates on Friday.
By NICK BUNKLEY
The car maker laid down roots and provided jobs for thousands in Alabama as local textile mills closed.
By KIRK JOHNSON
After the devastation of a fire in the Pike National Forest, now a return of life in the form of bighorn sheep.
By JON PARELES
The band made “The King of Limbs,” its first album since 2007, available on Friday, a day earlier than announced.
By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN
Nearly 70 years after the end of the Second World War, the museum at Auschwitz-Birkenau is revising its exhibition and refining its mission.
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