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Bush Demands Arafat's Ouster Before U.S. Backs a New State; Israelis Welcome Tough Line
By ELISABETH BUMILLER and DAVID E. SANGER
President Bush on Monday also called for an end to Palestinian terrorism, and for free elections and economic reforms.
Bush's Speech: Video | Text
Israel Widens Drive in West Bank
Arafat Dismisses Bush's Demands

NEWS ANALYSIS
Clear Terms, Murky Future
By PATRICK E. TYLER
President Bush's address opened a new period of diplomacy in the Middle East, but can it succeed?

Justices Say Death Penalty Is Up to Juries, Not Judges
By LINDA GREENHOUSE
Juries must make the factual determinations that subject a convicted murderer to the death penalty, the Supreme Court ruled.
Text: Ruling and Dissent
News Analysis: Fewer Death Sentences Likely
Justices Agree to Hear Major Federalism Case

Suits Say Wal-Mart Forces Workers to Toil Off the Clock
By STEVEN GREENHOUSE
Workers say Wal-Mart managers forced or pressured employees to work hours that were not recorded or paid.

Bush Offers Palestinian State Plan at Canada Summit
Agence France Presse
President Bush left for Canada on Tuesday for the annual summit meeting of industrialized nations. Go to Article

SPORTS
Germany Reaches World Cup Final

POLITICS
Administration Vows to Keep Amtrak Going

NATIONAL
Hard Toil and Luck Save Arizona Town

N.Y. REGION
Their Job Complete, Last Recovery Crew Leaves Ground Zero

EDITORIALS/OP-ED
Krugman: The Reality Thing
Kristof: Let Them Sweat

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BUSINESS

Stocks Gain in Early Trading

United Is Asking Washington to Back $2 Billion in Loans

Messier Ally Arnault Quits Vivendi Board

NATIONAL

Providence Mayor Is Guilty of Corruption

Bus Crashes in Texas, Killing 4 Youngsters and Driver

After Dry Year, Maine Is Now Soaked

POLITICS

Justices Agree to Hear Major Federalism Case

McCain Plans Bid to Force Election Panel Appointment

Washington's Slow Pace in Trade Talks Annoys the Chileans

HEALTH

Familiar Blood Pressure Drugs Find an Array of Novel Uses

When Brain Trauma Is at the Other End of the Thrill Ride

Lipoplasty Becomes Safer as Less Fat Is Removed

SCIENCE

In the Animal Kingdom, a New Look at Female Beauty

At Los Alamos, Two Visions of Supercomputing

As Trees Die, Some Cite the Climate

ARTS

Out of Turmoil at Boston Museum, Director With Bold Vision

Cooper-Hewitt Shake-Up and Layoffs Reverberate

A Box-Office Photo Finish, and Questions of Methodology

DINING & WINE

Choice Tables: North Carolina Is Cooking, and It's Not Always Barbecue

From Escapes | Journeys: In California Gold Country, a New Rush for Old Wine

Britney Spears: Not Yet a Woman, Already a Restaurateur




INTERNATIONAL

Victim Links Retired General to Torture in El Salvador War

Yugoslav President Dismisses Milosevic-Appointed Army Chief

Moscow Memo: Putin Shows Talent for Talk, and the Accordion

N.Y. REGION

In New Trial, Defense Calls Louima a Liar

Fire Destroys Seven Lives Lived Almost as One

Conspiracy Convictions Restored Against Five Orange, N.J., Police Officers

SPORTS

Braves 3, Mets 2: Ninth-Inning Homer Beats Mets

Heart Disease Can Hit Even the Young, Like Kile

Top Players Advance at Wimbledon

TECHNOLOGY

It's a Tablet. It's a Notebook. From Microsoft, a New Hybrid.

G.E. Is Selling Off Most of E-Commerce Business

Reports of Shredding Intensify Global Crossing Inquiry

TRAVEL

A Novice Paddles to Her Heritage

The Sandpipers of Fundy

The View From the Castle

BOOKS

Books of The Times | 'Twelve': The Young Generation's Drugs, Parties and Clueless Parents

'The Dream of Scipio': Unsolicited Manuscript

'The Fourth Star': The Joy of Daniel Boulud's Cooking

HOME & GARDEN

Big, Bigger, Biggest: The Supersize Suburb

Cuttings: Evening Primroses, Beauties and Beasts

Turf: In Manhattan, a Lust for Large

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