By SHAILA DEWAN
Payroll growth that came in at less than half of what analysts had expected confirmed fears that the United States's recovery has markedly slowed, adding to a global economic pall.
By NICK CUMMING-BRUCE and NEIL MacFARQUHAR
As the United Nations Human Rights Council called for an inquiry into the massacre in Houla, activists reported the execution-style killing of 11 factory workers.
By NICHOLAS KULISH
Vladimir V. Putin has emerged as the fulcrum in efforts by Western nations and Arab foes to force President Bashar al-Assad of Syria to step down.
By DAVID E. SANGER
Even after the Stuxnet computer worm became public, President Obama accelerated cyberattacks against Iran that had begun in the Bush administration, temporarily disabling 1,000 centrifuges.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and MAYY EL SHEIKH
The verdict in the police shootings could inject a powerful new variable into the race to elect Hosni Mubarak's successor.
By ELLEN BARRY
Leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church say protecting Syria's Christians means supporting the rule of Bashar al-Assad. It's a position the government cannot ignore.