By ROBERT PEAR and MICHAEL COOPER
Republican officials in more than a half-dozen states considered an option granted in the Supreme Court's decision on the health care law.
By STEVEN ERLANGER and PAUL GEITNER
European leaders went a surprising distance toward restoring confidence in the shared currency, moving toward tighter economic integration and easing pressure on Spain and Italy.
By JON CARAMANICA
As a vocal producer for Justin Bieber and other pop stars, Kuk Harrell is among the highly specialized talents who shape the sound of radio from the shadows.
A day after the Supreme Court upheld President Obama's health care overhaul, three Texans expressed cautious hope that the law would bring them much needed help.
By DICK CAVETT
The unexpected departure of a high-strung guest leaves two normally top-notch talkers scrambling to fill air time.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
A promise by Egypt's president-elect, Mohamed Morsi, to seek freedom for a man convicted of plotting attacks on New York City is likely to complicate ties with the United States.
By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
Enrique Peña Nieto, the nominee of the PRI for the Mexican presidency, leads in polls. A victory by him would be a startling reversal for a country that rejected the party in 2000.
By ELAINE SCIOLINO and MAÏA de la BAUME
No matter what the sin or scandal, Anne Sinclair bankrolled, excused, protected and even praised Dominique Strauss-Kahn, with passion and eloquence. Now she may be moving on.