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Negotiators Agree on Broad Changes in Business Laws
By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr.
House and Senate negotiators on Wednesday agreed on an overhaul of corporate accounting laws aimed at curbing abuses that have shaken Wall Street.
• Both Sides Say Bill Is First Step
• Founder of Adelphia and 2 Sons Arrested
• Washington Memo: The White House Strategy

Dow Shrugs Off Weeks of Losses to Gain 6.4% in Rally
By JONATHAN FUERBRINGER
Stocks broke their losing streak Wednesday, pushing the Dow up 488 points in its biggest one-day rally since the rebound after the 1987 market crash.
• Bottom Still Far Off for Energy Traders
• The World Still Tracks Wall St.
• Audio: The Times's Floyd Norris

Embattled, Scrutinized, Powell Soldiers On
By TODD S. PURDUM
A string of internal policy differences and defeats have set off speculation that Secretary of State Colin L. Powell might not last through President Bush's term.

Killings From Taliban's Era Still Haunt a Valley
By CARLOTTA GALL
In the Bamian region of Afghanistan, an estimated 1,400 villagers were killed in waves over the four years of Taliban rule.
• Afghan Officials Say Aid Has Been Too Slow

     
 
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Representative James A. Traficant Jr. left the Capitol on Wednesday night after a grim and subdued House voted overwhelmingly to expel him. Go to Article

NATIONAL
In California, Blue Skies Fade for Republican

BUSINESS
AOL Accounts Under Scrutiny From the S.E.C.

NATIONAL
Bishops Select Lay Board on Sexual Abuse Review

INTERNATIONAL
Palestinian Cease-Fire Was in Works Before Israeli Strike

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Founder of Adelphia and 2 Sons Arrested

Company Says Stewart's Woes Are Taking Toll

After Charges, Halliburton Posts First Loss in Four Years

NATIONAL

Officers Praise 7-Year-Old's Courage in Escape

Arrest Made in Wildfire in Sequoia Forest

Drug to Treat Bowel Illness Is Approved by the F.D.A.

POLITICS

Senate Defeats Plan to Limit What Elderly Pay for Drugs

The Reorganization Plan: New Department Inches Forward in the Senate

News Analysis: Telecom Crisis? Take 2 Aspirin and No One Will Call You in the Morning

HEALTH

Drug to Treat Bowel Illness Is Approved by the F.D.A.

Rise in E. coli Is Found in Premature Infants

Two Parties' Plans on Prescriptions Falter in Senate

SCIENCE

New Asteroid Has Long Odds for Earth Crash

What's Next: In the Wings, Rugged Rivals to an Aging Memory Standard

A New Kind of New Yorker, One With 82 Legs

ARTS

Notes From Music Camp: A Musical Dream Come True

Urban NBC Is Looking for Laughs in Suburbia

Theater Review | 'Elle': Cutting Icons Down to Clay Feet

INTERNATIONAL

U.S. Fails in Effort to Block Vote on U.N. Convention on Torture

Blair Says Northern Ireland's Militias Must all Disband

Young U.S. Catholics Seeking to Put Scandals in Perspective

N.Y. REGION

News Analysis: Big Budget Gap Next Year Behind Call for Cuts Now

The Market Rally? So It Goes When the Mayor Says to Buy

Cuomo and McCall Look Ahead, Taking Aim at Pataki

SPORTS

Expos 2, Mets 1: One Mistake by Estes Is Costly

Yankees 14, Indians 7: Yanks Overcome 3 Errors to Win

Giants' Collins Gets New Deal

TECHNOLOGY

Net Users Try to Elude the Google Grasp

Microsoft Tries to Explain What Its .Net Plans Are About

Market Place: Computer Associates Pays $10 Million for a Little Bit of Quiet

TRAVEL

Stalking 4-Star Barbecue in the Lone Star State

Business Travel: A Hotel Stephen King Might Find Just Right

On the Ground: In Phoenix

BOOKS

Books of The Times | 'Fragrant Harbor': Personal View of Hong Kong Wrapped in a Novel's Cloak

Making Books: Why the Writer Is Last to Know

'The Ascent of Eli Israel': Waiting for the Messiah

HOME & GARDEN

A Curtain Maker Who Challenges the View

Dating Mr. Right Next Door

A Life in Brooklyn Takes a Wide Turn

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Sports Video Games Get Real
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Thousands Attend Runnion Funeral 1:08 a.m. ET

Diamondbacks Drop Rockies, 7 - 1 1:07 a.m. ET

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Rangers Edge Mariners, 4 - 3 1:04 a.m. ET

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On July 25 ...
1956: The Italian liner Andrea Doria sank after colliding with the Swedish ship Stockholm off the New England coast, killing 51 people. (See this front page.)


1848: Arthur James Balfour, the British statesman best remembered for issuing the British declaration of support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine, was born. (Read about her life.)


1868: Harper's Weekly featured a cartoon about the closing of the Freedmen's Bureau. (See the cartoon)

 

 

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