| Unlikely Ally for Residents of West Bank
By ETHAN BRONNER
A Jewish Israeli plumber has been criticized, and prosecuted, for his work helping Palestinians in the South Hebron hills.
In Tehran, a Mood of Melancholy Descends
Fragile Nation in Disarray Holds Few Hopes for Vote
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| ‘Moveable Feast’ Is Recast by Hemingway Grandson
By MOTOKO RICH
Seán Hemingway’s edition of his grandfather’s memoir paints his grandmother in a more sympathetic light.
Los Angeles Police Interview Jackson’s Doctor
Rebellion on the Range Over a Cattle ID Plan
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Energy Bill Drives Out Health Care From Address
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| Pillow Fights at the Four Seasons
By DAVID SEGAL
In bad times, the Four Seasons model of spare-nothing service is worrying the owners of the hotels it manages, but the company resists cutbacks that could diminish its brand.
G.M. to Maintain Legal Liability for Claims
Acer’s Everywhere. How Did That Happen?
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| Acer’s Everywhere. How Did That Happen?
By ASHLEE VANCE
In the PC industry’s worst slump ever, a Taiwanese company is taking aim at both Dell and Hewlett-Packard.
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| Scrutiny for South Africa Year Before World Cup
By JERÉ LONGMAN
With a half-million visitors expected for next year’s tournament, security is a major concern. The Confederations Cup was a dress rehearsal.
YANKEES 5, METS 0
While Recovering, Rockies’ Francis Revels in Physics of Pitching
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A Round Peg
By RANDY KENNEDY
Framed by a retrospective, the artist Dan Graham insists that he’s just playing.
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| In Uncertain Times, Valedictorians Look Ahead
By LIZETTE ALVAREZ
A group of the city’s top high school seniors, from a variety of economic and cultural backgrounds, met as they prepared for their next chapter.
Slump Opens Spaces at the Station
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| G.M., Detroit and the Fall of the Black Middle Class
By JONATHAN MAHLER
The Powell family left the South in the 1960s, seeking better opportunities up North in the auto industry. Now the life they built is in danger of slipping away.
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