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By JUSTIN GILLIS
The amount of the gas in the air has not been this high for at least three million years, and scientists believe the rise portends large changes in the climate and sea level.
By JULFIKAR ALI MANIK and JIM YARDLEY
Rescuers working amid the rubble of the toppled garment factory on Friday said they spotted a pipe moving and heard a woman shouting, "Save me!"
By JODI RUDOREN
Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews joined a protest at the Jerusalem holy site, creating a standoff with a group of women praying there in garments traditionally worn by men.
By ANDREW HIGGINS
Eastern Slovakia's elementary schools are a microcosm of one of Europe's biggest challenges: how to bring its most disadvantaged minority into the mainstream.
By MARK LANDLER
The intensity of a fight between House Republicans and the Obama administration came down to a single word.
By RICK GLADSTONE
The New York Times has protested an election-eve expulsion order for Declan Walsh, a veteran correspondent.