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Across the political spectrum, residents of Homs, Syria, speak of a recent shift, from a largely peaceful uprising to a struggle that has made the city violent, fearful and determined.
The Long Run
By MICHAEL BARBARO
The Romney administration scoured the tax code for more loopholes, extracting hundreds of millions of corporate dollars to help close budget gaps in Massachusetts.
By GARDINER HARRIS
As nurses, pharmacists and others seek degrees beyond B.S.'s and M.S.'s, physicians fear encroachment on their turf.
A photo gallery of American families at the dinner table.
By SCOTT SHANE and THOM SHANKER
Huge costs and uncertain outcomes in two wars have led the United States to embrace drones, like those used in the strike that killed Anwar al-Awlaki, in the fight against terrorism.
By LAURA KASINOF
A government spokesman said that the United States should show more appreciation to Yemen's embattled president for his assistance in finding Anwar al-Awlaki.
By ANTHONY SHADID and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
In a region transfixed by the drama of its revolts and revolutions, the voice of the American-born Anwar al-Awlaki has had almost no resonance.