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'Significant' Piece of Shuttle's Wing Is Found in Texas
By DAVID E. SANGER with JOHN M. BRODER
Officials were uncertain whether the section was from the left wing, where sensors had indicated ever-worsening signs of distress.
Cryptic Clues, New Questions
Graphic: The Leading Edge, a Major Question
Full Text: NASA News Conference

France and China Rebuff Bush on Support for Early Iraq War
By RICHARD W. STEVENSON
Their resistance made clear the difficulty the White House faces in its attempt to win explicit new authorization from the U.N. Security Council for military action.
Hamas Leader Tells Muslims to Retaliate
Reporters Get Iraqi Rebuttal to Satellite Photos
Complete Coverage: Standoff With Iraq

Bush Orders Increased Alert for Terrorist Attacks in U.S.
By ERIC LICHTBLAU
The Bush administration put the nation on a "high" terror alert for only the second time since the Sept. 11 attacks.
Complete Coverage: Targeting Terror

Pataki Presents Washington With $5 Billion Transit Plan
By EDWARD WYATT and RANDY KENNEDY
Gov. George E. Pataki outlined a long-awaited plan to spend up to $5 billion to restore and upgrade transportation in Lower Manhattan.
Complete Coverage: Rebuilding Downtown

In Africa, Free AIDS Drugs and Talk of Life
Joao Silva for The New York Times
AIDS Hope in South Africa
Patients in Cape Town, South Africa, are taking part in a program that offers the poor free AIDS medicine and a chance to live.
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INTERNATIONAL
Blast at Bogota Club Kills at Least 20

AUTOMOBILES
In California, S.U.V. Owners Have Guilt, but Will Travel

BUSINESS
SBC Said to Be in Talks to Buy DirecTV

WASHINGTON
DeLay Denies Role in Letter Riling Unions

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Keller: The I-Can't-Believe-I'm-a-Hawk Club

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Job Market Shows a Rise in January

Accountants' Close Link to Executives Is Questioned

Another Executive Quits Merrill's Research Unit

NATIONAL

Wife Testifies She Was 'in a Fog' Just Before Her Car Struck Husband

Four Officials Are Ousted in One California Town's Drama

Government Report Says Wood Playsets Pose a Cancer Risk

WASHINGTON

Justice Department Will Appeal Ruling in Trial Linked to 9/11

Pentagon Forms 2 Panels to Allay Fears on Spying

Agency Ends Pursuit of Cheney Energy Panel Data

HEALTH

As Vaccination Rates Decline in Ireland, Cases of Measles Soar

Performing a Free Trade Juggling Act, Offstage

Agency Warns Blood Centers to Inspect Bags for Odd Clumps

SCIENCE

Cold and Foam Are Called a Dangerous Mix

From Earth, Special Photos of Columbia

Logistics and Criticism in Panel's First Week

ARTS

A Lesson on Iraq From a Classicist

Bad Seed or Bad Science: The Story of the Notorious Jukes Family

Revisions: Suddenly Onscreen, It's All About Wonder

DINING & WINE

In Piedmont, a New Landscape for Barolo

At My Table | Nigella Lawson: Turning a Kitchen Into Child's Play

Diner's Journal: Trailer Park Lounge and Grill

REAL ESTATE

Habitats | 22 West 15th Street: A Home Designed as a Peaceful Haven

If You're Thinking of Living In | Hillsborough, N.J.

In the Region | Westchester: In 2002, a Jump in Sales of Million-Dollar Homes




INTERNATIONAL

Intelligence Assessment: Britain Admits That Much of Its Report on Iraq Came From Magazines

Nuclear Diplomacy: Bush Urges Chinese President to Press North Korea on Arms

India Expels Pakistan Envoy Amid Kashmir Row

NEW YORK REGION

In New York, a New Array Of Safeguards Take Effect

Bus to Casinos Skids Off Parkway; 2 Die and 28 Are Injured

Who's Best at Chess? For Now, It's Neither Man Nor Machine

SPORTS

For Yao, Lights, Cameras and an All-Star Frenzy

Phenom's School Tries to Avoid Getting Caught Up in the Game

Davis Cup: Blake Helps U.S. Salvage First Day

TECHNOLOGY

Publishers Settle With Gator in Fight on Web Pop-Up Ads

Sprint Is Sued by BellSouth and Cingular

Computer Holds Chess Star Kasparov to Match Tie

TRAVEL

Where Baseball Fans Warm Up

The Sweet Essence of Barbados

Frugal Traveler: Belgium's Fashion Mecca

BOOKS

'Random Family': A Decade in the Life of a Bronx Family

'Inventing Japan': The Emperor's New Clothes

'The Ethics of Memory': Anger Management

HOME & GARDEN

At Home With Robert Indiana: Mr. Love Finds an Island, If Not Entirely to Himself

Trade Secrets: The $100 Posy Race

House Proud: In Tiny Spaces, Expansive Living

AUTOMOBILES

Driving: A Wagon Like Dad's, but Now I'm in Front

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Final Descent Columbia's Final Descent
How normal re-entry works and what might have gone wrong.
Interactive: Space Station
Interactive: The Final Flight
Interactive: Insulation Tiles



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Gainsborough Exhibit to Lack 'Blue Boy' 3:25 a.m. ET

Bomb Explodes Near Afghan Gov.'s Mansion 3:23 a.m. ET

S.Korea Questions U.S. 'Emotions' Over North 3:18 a.m. ET

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1996: President Bill Clinton signed legislation revamping the telecommunications industry. (See this front page. | Buy any front page since 1851.)
1878: Martin Buber, the German-Jewish religious philosopher, was born. (Read about his life.)
1890: Harper's Weekly featured a cartoon about the New York World's Fair. (See the cartoon.)

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