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By JACKIE CALMES
Janet L. Yellen's nomination comes amid one of the most rancorous and fraught battles in years between the political parties over the course of the economy.
By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM
Janet Yellen, President Obama's pick to run the Federal Reserve, has backed aggressive steps to promote employment but shown only limited willingness to tolerate higher inflation.
By JACK EWING
Janet L. Yellen's nomination to lead the Federal Reserve was greeted with relief by many economists far from Washington.
By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and ERIC SCHMITT
Libyan officials denounced the operation to capture a senior Qaeda militant, but American officials say the raid, and another to seize a suspect in the 2011 attack on a diplomatic mission, had Libya's tacit approval.
By NICHOLAS KULISH and ERIC SCHMITT
The Navy SEALs who approached the Somali coast in pursuit of a militant seen as a pivotal connection for extremists encountered more civilians than they expected, American officials said.
By BENJAMIN WEISER
The chief federal public defender in Manhattan asked that his office be appointed to represent the suspect, Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, who had been captured in Libya.