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E. Coli Strain Was Previously Unknown, Official Says
By ALAN COWELL and JAMES KANTER 10:11 AM ET
The unusually lethal strain of the bacteria has infected more than 1,500 people, mystifying public health officials and touching off panic in Europe.
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No president since Franklin Roosevelt has won re-election with unemployment above 7.2 percent. To keep his own job, President Obama may have to defy this trend.
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The Manhattan district attorney’s office inquiry stems from a report that found Goldman had “misled” its clients.
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Ambitious Plan for China’s Water Spurs Concern
By EDWARD WONG
The cost and environ- mental impact of the plan, and the sacrifices it imposes on the poor, are drawing criticism.
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Jill Abramson, a managing editor, will succeed Bill Keller, center, who will become a full-time writer. Dean Baquet will become the managing editor for news.
Arrests in Staten Island Gambling Operation
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A police detective and two firefighters were among more than a dozen people arrested on federal charges.
Romney Announcing Second Run for Presidency
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In his prepared remarks for the event in New Hampshire, Mitt Romney says, “Barack Obama has failed America.”
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As Rural Areas Lose People, Legislators’ Power Ebbs
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Even in states like Nebraska, rural representation is sure to decline as state capitals redraw legislative districts.
Nutrition Plate to Replace the Food Pyramid
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Michelle Obama and administration officials introduced a simpler guideline to promote healthy nutrition.
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Li Na beat Maria Sharapova, 6-4, 7-5, to become the first Chinese woman to advance to a final at Roland Garros.
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