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Obama Presses for Quick Jolt to the Economy
By JACKIE CALMES and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
President Obama stepped into the effort to assemble an economic recovery package, seeking to quell criticism and to retain leadership on an initiative that could define his term.

Firms That Got Bailout Money Keep Lobbying
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and CHARLIE SAVAGE
The government’s new roles in the financial industry create a problem for firms that want to be heard in Washington.

Desperate Children Flee Zimbabwe, for Lives Just as Bleak
By BARRY BEARAK
Children are rushing across the South African border on their own in a journey made dangerous by thieves and rapists.

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QUOTATION OF THE DAY
“The Chinese are probably one of the few people in the world who were sorry to see President Bush go, and are nervous about his successor.”
KENNETH G. LIEBERTHAL, visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution, on signs that the Obama administration may take a tougher line with China.

TRAVEL OPINION
Interactive: Affordable Caribbean
From stylish hotels for under $150 a night to beachfront restaurants that won’t break the bank, a budget travel guide to 11 Caribbean islands.
100 Days: Reassuring a Worried Nation
Both Barack Obama and L.B.J. came to office in a shaken America, writes Robert Dallek.

WORLD
A Congolese Rebel Leader Who Once Seemed Untouchable Is Caught
By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN
Gen. Laurent Nkunda, whose tactics had threatened to destabilize eastern Congo, is headed to Rwanda’s capital.

As Israeli Bombing Stops, Gazans Get Busy Rebuilding Damaged Tunnels
By SABRINA TAVERNISE
Israel argues that very soon the tunnels, restored or not, will not matter as much. It has secured agreements with Egypt and the U.S. that will make this smuggling route far less important.

Once a Boon, Euro Is Now a Burden to Some Nations
By LANDON THOMAS Jr.
Euro membership allowed some countries to gloss over economic problems that have now roared to the fore.

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U.S.
Where Will Guantánamo Detainees Go?
By MARK MAZZETTI and SCOTT SHANE
Lawmakers wrestled with the implications of bringing dozens of the 245 remaining inmates onto American soil.

Credit Crisis Is Leaving Charities Low on Cash
By STEPHANIE STROM
Hundreds of charities are caught in the credit crunch as skittish banks reduce or cut off their lines of credits.

Gillibrand Is a Centrist With a Tenacious Style
By MICHAEL POWELL and RAYMOND HERNANDEZ
Kirsten E. Gillibrand, who was chosen to fill New York’s vacant U.S. Senate seat, has strong connections on both sides of the aisle, and her positions reflect that fact.