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Reading of Rogers’s Palm: Cheating or Dirt?. It is not clear whether Rogers had something illegal on his hand during one of the eight shutout innings he pitched on Sunday night. By JACK CURRY.

NYT > Europe, 8:10 AM.

Rice Criticizes Russia’s Limits on News Media. The secretary of state’s remarks raised the possibility of a testy atmosphere for the discussions on North Korea. By THOM SHANKER.

NYT > International, 8:10 AM.

São Paulo Journal: At Long Last, a Neglected Language Is Put on a Pedestal. A new Portuguese language museum in Brazil is aimed at promoting the language and showcasing its importance to the world. By LARRY ROHTER.

New York Times Washington Report, 6:38 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/23/2006. The Monday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By David E. Sanger of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Theater Update, 6:38 AM.

NYT: Theater Update for 10/23/2006. The play reviewed is "Hell House". By Ben Brantley of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT > Business, 6:10 AM.

Ford Reports 3rd Quarter Loss of $5.8 Billion. The company said the loss, 20 times worse than a year ago, was due to declining sales and its ongoing restructuring effort. By NICK BUNKLEY.

South Korea and U.S. Resume Trade Talks. North Korea's nuclear test has undermined Seoul’s demand that goods produced by South Korean factories in the North be included in the deal. By CHOE SANG-HUN, International Herald Tribune.

NYT > Baseball, 12:10 AM.

Reading of Rogers’s Palm Reveals First-Inning Dirt. It is not clear whether Rogers had something illegal on his hand during one of the eight shutout innings he pitched on Sunday night. By JACK CURRY.

NYT > Television, 11:31 PM.

Jane Wyatt, Mother on ‘Father Knows Best,’ Dies at 95. Jane Wyatt starred in the 1950’s television sitcom “Father Knows Best,” as well as in films and on Broadway. By ROBERT BERKVIST.

TV Review | 'Test Tube Babies': How Are Babies Made? Tale of the Test-Tube Doctors. "Test Tube Babies" is a sometimes workmanlike hour, but it has an action-packed drama to share. By ANITA GATES.

Fighting Cancer With Sass and Gloss. Geralyn Lucas's life unrolls in front of the camera instead of behind it with the premiere of the film based on her book "Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy." By FELICIA R. LEE.

On TV as in Hollywood, Little Breathing Room for the Modest Success. Television executives have become quick to pull the plug on an expensive show that does not immediately perform to expectations. By EDWARD WYATT.

Phyllis Kirk, 79, Who Starred in ‘House of Wax’ and ‘Thin Man’, Dies. Phyllis Kirk gained the most attention for her role in “House of Wax” because it was the first major 3-D movie. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

TV: Oh, Grow Up, Mr. Ross. “High School Musical” was just one of his Disney hits. How does Rich Ross do it? With the mind of an 11-year-old. By JACQUES STEINBERG.

I’ll Take ‘Friendship’ for $100. Quiz show alumni strike some as trivia geeks, but they find each other in a fellowship of the brainy. By LOLA OGUNNAIKE.

A Night Out With Jeffrey Sebelia: Project Now What Happens?. A "Project Runway" bad boy makes good. By LAUREN DAVID PEDEN.

NYT > Music, 11:31 PM.

Music Review | Paul Simon: Folkie Still Audacious After All These Years. Mr. Simon's engrossing and audacious show was, among many other things, a homecoming concert — one with more than a hint of nervous energy — that suited both the man and the city. By KELEFA SANNEH.

Opera Review | 'Salome;' 'Iphigénie en Tauride': Salome and Iphigénie, on the Town in Chicago. Deborah Voigt's performance in the title role of "Salome," at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, was a personal and artistic triumph. By ANTHONY TOMMASINI.

Critics' Choice: New CD's. New releases from Isis, Montgomery Gentry, the Blow and Aterciopelados. By THE NEW YORK TIMES.

Music Review | Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Brahms and the Romantics: Rich in Melody and Boldness. The concert on Friday was the first half of a two-part series, “Through Brahms,” which positions the composer as a transitional figure between Romanticism and modernism. By STEVE SMITH.

Opera Review | 'Cavalleria Rusticana' and 'Pagliacci': Adultery and Clownery, Zeffirelli Style. It didn’t really matter that Franco Zeffirelli’s 1970 production of this famous double bill was older than some of the people watching it. By BERNARD HOLLAND.

Music Review | Johnny Pacheco: Celebrating the Godfather of Salsa’s 50-Year Itch. Mr. Pacheco celebrated a 50-year career by leading three reconstituted bands that summed up decades of Latin music in a crescendo from Cuban roots to New York exhilaration. By JON PARELES.

NYT > Arts, 11:30 PM.

Books of the Times | 'Lisey's Story': Her Story of Him, Both Tender and Terrible. In his new book, Stephen King delivers his version of Joycean wordplay, idiosyncrasy, voluptuousness and stubborn, obsessive chronology. By JANET MASLIN.

Connections: Digging Through the Literary Anthropology of Stowe’s Uncle Tom. A new edition of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" marks an attempt to resurrect the novel as both a central document in American race relations and a moral and political exploration of the character of those relations. By EDWARD ROTHSTEIN.

NYT > National, 11:30 PM.

A Jeopardy Question for the Nov. 7 Crowd. Political reporters love asking hypothetical questions, almost as much as politicians hate answering them. By MARK LEIBOVICH.

NYT > Hockey, 11:30 PM.

With the Flyers Being Bullied, Clarke and Hitchcock Are Out. The drastic breakup was designed to jolt the Philadelphia Flyers from their worst start in 17 years. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

On Baseball: Carpenter Slips Up, but Cardinals Hang On. Tom Glavine and Chris Carpenter could have settled this playoff series between the Mets and the Cardinals with pucks and sticks as well as balls and bats. By MURRAY CHASS.

Dolans Try New Bid to Take Cablevision Private. The Dolans’ bid comes amid a sweeping trend of the nation’s biggest family-controlled companies taking themselves private. By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN.

New York Times Front Page, 10:30 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/23/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/23/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT > Pro Football, 10:10 PM.

Jets 31, Lions 24: Dance Steps Spice Up The Latest Jets Drama. Leon Washington rushed for 129 yards on 20 carries and scored the first two touchdowns of his career as the Jets held on to beat Detroit. By KAREN CROUSE.

In Dallas, Two Stars Share One Stage. The Dallas Cowboys’ Terrell Owens and Coach Bill Parcells are trying to look past their rocky start. By JULIET MACUR.

Colts 36, Redskins 22: Manning and Colts’ Offense Bowl Over Reeling Redskins. Scoring touchdowns on their first three possessions of the third quarter, the Colts rolled to victory on Sunday, sending the Redskins to their third consecutive defeat. By CLIFTON BROWN.

Buccaneers 23, Eagles 21: Kicks Aren’t Footnotes, and 62-Yarder Is Day’s Most Dramatic. Matt Bryant made a 62-yard field goal — the third longest in N.F.L. history — to give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers an unlikely victory against the Philadelphia Eagles. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

Giants Say Dallas Pocket Won’t Be Easy Pickings. The Giants expect to get to Drew Bledsoe. They expect to pressure him into some mistakes but they do not expect to sack him 14 times. By JOHN BRANCH.

[TS] Sports of The Times: Pennington Gives Team a Future. The Jets handed the Lions their sixth defeat of the season and took a major step toward respectability. By WILLIAM C. RHODEN.

NYT > Media and Advertising, 10:10 PM.

Advertising: Tony Hawk’s New Trick: 2 Marketers in 1 Campaign. How much merchandise could Tony Hawk hawk if Tony Hawk hawked merchandise for two marketers at once? By STUART ELLIOTT.

Fugitive Producer to Offer TV Show. Garth H. Drabinsky, who is starting a television reality show in Canada called “Triple Sensation,” has been a fugitive from American justice since 1999. By IAN AUSTEN.

Interview and Then Dinner Crowd PBS’s Comfort Zone. PBS fears the appearance of a conflict of interest in Charlie Rose hosting a dinner to honor the chief executive of WalMart within three months of interviewing him. By MICHAEL BARBARO.

In Canada, TV Guide Shifts From Newsstands to Web. TV Guide will disappear from Canadian supermarkets next month because of a dramatic decline in the magazine’s circulation. By IAN AUSTEN.

Drilling Down: In Movie Sequel Titles, Names Are Best. Movie audiences prefer sequels with names to those with numbered titles, and they expect more divergent plots from numbered sequels than from those with new names. By ALEX MINDLIN.

NYT > Sports, 10:10 PM.

Tigers 3, Cardinals 1: Rogers Slams the Door Again and Gives the Tigers an Opening. Kenny Rogers humbled the St. Louis Cardinals on two hits over eight scoreless innings at Comerica Park as the Tigers tied the series, 1-1. By TYLER KEPNER.

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 10:10 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/23/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/23/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT > Education, 10:10 PM.

Commentator Paid to Promote Bush Agenda Agrees to a Settlement. The conservative commentator Armstrong Williams will have to pay $34,000 that prosecutors determined he had been overpaid. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

Hard-Drinking College Town Struggles to Curb Drownings. Eight college-age men in nine years have disappeared from one of the taverns in La Crosse, Wis., and turned up dead in a river. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

William Bright, 78, Expert in Indigenous Languages, Is Dead. Mr. Bright spent more than half a century inventorying the vanishing riches of the indigenous languages of the United States. By MARGALIT FOX.

NYT > Science, 10:10 PM.

Researchers See Privacy Pitfalls in No-Swipe Credit Cards. The security of the cards, which can be read through a wallet or an item of clothing, is startlingly weak, researchers say. By JOHN SCHWARTZ.

NYT > World Business, 10:10 PM.

Link by Link: The Internet Black Hole That Is North Korea. While other restrictive regimes have sought to limit the Internet, North Korea has chosen to stay off the grid entirely. By TOM ZELLER Jr..

We’re Google. So Sue Us.. Google attracts millions of Web users. And, increasingly, it’s attracting the attention of plenty of lawyers, too. By KATIE HAFNER.

Germany Pondering Stake in Airbus Parent. Germany is weighing whether it, along with private investors and banks, could take a joint stake in EADS, the parent company of the aircraft maker Airbus. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

AOL to Focus on Ad Revenue in Europe. AOL sold the last of its Internet access businesses in Europe this month so it could focus on catching up to Google’s 160 million European users. By ERIC PFANNER.

NYT > Technology, 10:10 PM.

Video Games: A New System Is Now a Waiting Game. Last week's demonstration of the PlayStation 3 game console made clear that Sony has produced a powerful entertainment machine. By SETH SCHIESEL.

E-Commerce Report: Selling Shoes Online, With an Eye Toward Fewer Clicks. Gap Inc. introduced a new shoe brand last week, Piperlime, with a Web site featuring thousands of footwear styles from 150 brands. By BOB TEDESCHI.

NYT > Other Sports, 9:10 PM.

Kenyan Lands on His Back to Win Chicago Marathon. Robert Cheruiyot, a 28-year-old Kenyan, won the Chicago Marathon on Sunday and celebrated while spending the night in a hospital. By FRANK LITSKY.

Johnson Surges, Burton Slips, and Chase Becomes Interesting. The Chase for the Nextel Cup is suddenly a race again. By VIV BERNSTEIN.

New York Times Restaurant Update, 9:10 PM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/23/2006. The topic is dining in Italy. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT > Obituaries, 9:10 PM.

Nelson De La Rosa, 38, Actor and Good-Luck Charm for Red Sox, Dies. Nelson De La Rosa was a diminutive actor who became a good-luck charm for the Boston Red Sox during their 2004 World Series run. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

NYT > Business, 9:10 PM.

Against Tide, Lawyer Joins Milberg Weiss. Milberg Weiss announced Sunday that Matthew Gluck, 63, a partner with Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, is joining the firm as a senior partner. By JULIE CRESWELL.

Webdenda: People and Accounts of Note By THE NEW YORK TIMES.

Addenda. Cramer-Krasselt Lands. By THE NEW YORK TIMES.

Looking Ahead. EYES ON THE HOUSING MARKET Several important gauges of housing activity will be released this week, including existing-home sales for September (Wednesday) and new-home sales for September (Thursday). Any movement in either direction for either gauge can be expected to lead to some movement in the markets as well as many predictions about the real estate outlook. By THE NEW YORK TIMES.

Treasury Bills Set for This Week. The Treasury’s schedule of financing this week includes today’s regular weekly auction of new three- and six-month bills and an auction of four-week bills tomorrow. By THE NEW YORK TIMES.

Stock Offerings This Week. The following equity and convertible debt offerings are expected this week:. By THE NEW YORK TIMES.

NYT > Middle East, 9:10 PM.

Military Analysis: To Stand or Fall in Baghdad: Capital Is Key to Mission. The Iraqi capital, American generals like to say, is the center of gravity for the larger U.S. mission in Iraq. By MICHAEL R. GORDON.

13 Police Recruits Among 18 Iraqis Killed in Violence. The U.S. military also reported five more combat deaths, bringing the month’s total of lost American lives to at least 83. By MICHAEL LUO.

Tensions Rise Between Palestinian Factions. Tensions between rival Fatah and Hamas loyalists continued to smolder in the form of more violence and protests. By DINA KRAFT.

NYT > Americas, 9:10 PM.

Panamanians Vote to Expand Canal. The $5.25 billion overhaul, set to begin next year, will double the capacity of the aging canal. By MARC LACEY.

New York Times Health Update, 9:10 PM.

NYT: Health Update for 10/23/2006. The topic is the sedentary effect of television. By Jane Brody of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT > Africa, 9:10 PM.

Grim New Turn May Harden Darfur Conflict. For the first time in more than two years, Darfur rebels are brazenly attacking government soldiers and rejecting all previous cease-fires. By LYDIA POLGREEN.

Khartoum Expels U.N. Envoy Who Has Been Outspoken on Darfur Atrocities. Sudan ordered the chief U.N. envoy to leave, saying he was an enemy of the country and its armed forces. By WARREN HOGE.

NYT > Asia Pacific, 9:10 PM.

Indian Officials Split on Pakistan Role in Bombings. A senior Indian official said the evidence of Pakistan’s role in the train bombings was short of “clinching.” By SOMINI SENGUPTA.

32 Killed in Factional Fighting in Western Afghanistan. An Afghan factional commander is said to have died in the fighting between the followers of two Pashtun clans. By ABDUL WAHEED WAFA.

News Analysis: A Different Tactic for Rice: Speaking Softly Without the Stick. In her latest trip, allies say the U.S. secretary of state tried to build consensus, instead of dictate terms and press for immediate agreement. By THOM SHANKER.

NYT > Baseball, 9:10 PM.

[TS] Sports of The Times: Rogers, Not Pujols, Finds Happiness in the Heartland. Albert Pujols is alternately aloof and irascible, but truly capable of charm. By SELENA ROBERTS.

NYT > College Football, 9:10 PM.

After Years of Falling Apart, Kent State Is Getting It Together. Kent State has a new identity and its sense of humor intact thanks to a drastic turnaround. By RAY GLIER.

NYT > Europe, 9:10 PM.

Serbs to Vote on Document That Is Faulty, Critics Say. Critics say the draft constitution was drawn up to prove politicians’ bona fides on Kosovo than to set the course for democracy. By NICHOLAS WOOD.

Police and Youths Clash Near Paris. With the anniversary of the riots approaching, the clashes provoked renewed debate about the integration of immigrants in France. By REUTERS.

Britain Cites Progress in Iraq Troop Training. British officials say their troops have made progress in handing over control of southern Iraq to local forces. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

NYT > Baseball, 8:10 PM.

For Tigers, Manager’s Move Paid Off in World Series Against Cardinals (in 1968). Jim Leyland has received plenty of acclaim for leading the Tigers this far and yet he has seemed somewhat testy over the weekend. By JOE LAPOINTE.

Uncharacteristic Bobble for Sure-Handed Inge. It was surprising to see Brandon Inge make two errors on the same play as the Detroit Tigers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series. By JACK CURRY.

NYT > Sports, 8:10 PM.

In Dallas, Two Stars, One Stage. The Dallas Cowboys’ Terrell Owens and Coach Bill Parcells are trying to look past their rocky start. By JULIET MACUR.

NYT > Opinion, 8:10 PM.

Editorial: A Reason to Drill in the Gulf. The best chance of saving the vanishing wetlands and barrier islands along the coast of Louisiana is a bill that would guarantee the state a share of oil and gas revenues from drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Editorial: For Connecticut’s Governor. Gov. M. Jodi Rell of Connecticut should not squander the opportunity to aim high. With that admonition, we endorse her for governor of Connecticut.

Editorial: Brown University’s Debt to Slavery. A long-awaited report on Brown University’s 18th-century links to slavery should dispel any lingering smugness among Northerners that slavery was essentially a Southern problem.

Editorial: Puerto Rico, an Island in Distress. After decades of economic progress, Puerto Rico is struggling, and the mainland has both missed this horrific economic slide and contributed to it through benign neglect.

[TS] Op-Ed Columnist: Don’t Make Nice. I hope the Democrats don't walk and talk softly if they capture at least one house of Congress. By PAUL KRUGMAN.

[TS] Op-Ed Columnist: The Obama Bandwagon. It’s a measure of how starved the country is for a sensible leader that a former state senator is now, in the view of many voters, the person we should install in the White House. By BOB HERBERT.

Op-Ed Contributor: The Shadow of a Smile. For a young girl, joy and terror met in Budapest, 1956. By KATI MARTON.

NYT > New York Region, 8:10 PM.

Out to Show He’s Not Just an Old New Jersey Name. Thomas H. Kean Jr. must convince skeptics he can fill a Senate seat formerly held by his relatives despite his lack of experience. By DAVID W. CHEN.

Connecticut Episcopal Bishop Will Bless Gay Unions. An Episcopal bishop has authorized priests to give blessings to same-sex unions; a move that could further alienate the conservative wing of his church. By FERNANDA SANTOS.

NYT > International, 8:10 PM.

Grim New Turn Likely to Harden Darfur Conflict. For the first time in more than two years, Darfur rebels are brazenly attacking government soldiers and rejecting all previous cease-fires. By LYDIA POLGREEN.

Military Analysis: Stand or Fall in Baghdad: Capital Is Key. The Iraqi capital, American generals like to say, is the center of gravity for the larger U.S. mission in Iraq. By MICHAEL R. GORDON.

NYT > Business, 8:10 PM.

In Deregulation, Power Plants Turn Into Blue Chips. Under new rules, investors have profited from buying and reselling power plants, but electricity customers have not fared so well. By DAVID CAY JOHNSTON.

New York, Los Angeles, Olathe? Rent’s Bite Is Big in Kansas, Too. In new census data, Olathe, Kan., showed the biggest jump in the percentage of people paying at least 30 percent of their income on rent. By SUSAN SAULNY.

NYT > National, 8:10 PM.

Fantasy Sports? Child’s Play. Here, Politics Is the Game.. A Web site created by four college students is offering the policy buff’s alternative to fantasy sports games: fantasy Congress. By CINDY CHANG.

A Shorter Path to Citizenship, but Not for All. In a new, 2-tier system, some cases are no longer being counted as the United States Citizenship and Immigration says some cases are outside their control. By NINA BERNSTEIN.

The Way We Live Now: The Mere Midterms. Even if voters send President Bush a strong message, he is not likely to listen. By NOAH FELDMAN.

NYT > Washington, 8:10 PM.

As G.O.P. Mopes, Bush Adds the Title of Optimist in Chief. President Bush and his political strategists are doing their best to fend off the sense of impending doom within their party. By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and JIM RUTENBERG.

Running on Experience, a Longtime Incumbent Finds Himself on the Defensive. In this season of anti-incumbency, Representative E. Clay Shaw Jr. of Florida is gambling that voters will deem his seniority a virtue. By ABBY GOODNOUGH.

Clinton Adheres to Script as Rival Turns the Spotlight to Possible National Ambitions. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton assertively challenged policy on Iraq, Iran and North Korea. By PATRICK HEALY.

NYT > Theater, 8:10 PM.

Theater Review | 'Emergence-SEE!': A Ghost Slave Ship Arrives, So Skip the Poetry Slam?. Daniel Beaty is the author and star of this amiable if unremarkable exploration of the state of the urban African-American mind in the new century. By CHARLES ISHERWOOD.

NYT > Washington, 7:10 PM.

Crowd-Pleaser From Illinois Considers White House Run. Should Senator Barack Obama run, Democrats said, it would pose a major complication to Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. By ADAM NAGOURNEY and JEFF ZELENY.

Fantasy Sports? Child’s Play. Here, Politics Is the Game.. A Web site created by four college students is offering the policy buff’s alternative to fantasy sports games: fantasy Congress. By CINDY CHANG.

NYT > Baseball, 7:10 PM.

La Russa Not Afraid to Alter Lineup. For Game 2, Tony La Russa switched three positions in the Cardinals’ lineup, using Scott Spiezio as the designated hitter, Preston Wilson in left field and Aaron Miles at second base. By TYLER KEPNER.

No Ticket? No Problem for Some Fans. Thousands of people, most with tickets but hundreds without them, converged on Comerica Park on Saturday night. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

NYT > New York Region, 7:10 PM.

A Secret Divide in a G.O.P. Stronghold. In Broome County, a rural county with Republican roots, there is talk of voting for a Democrat for Governor. By MANNY FERNANDEZ.

Speculation on Gay Marriage Ruling Swirls in New Jersey. The New Jersey Supreme Court considers whether the state will be the second in the nation to find that gay couples have the right to marry. By LAURA MANSNERUS.

Metropolitan Diary: Dear Diary. With a look of anguish as if she had lost a prearranged bet, asked, “But how did you guys know that we would see a celebrity before we saw a rat?”

Anonymous Attack on Cardinal Draws Criticism Itself. An anonymous Internet letter, purportedly from a group of priests, that attacked Cardinal Edward M. Egan as arrogant, ruthless, vindictive and dishonest toward subordinate clergymen was itself denounced over the weekend by worshipers at a half-dozen Catholic churches in the New York Archdiocese. By ROBERT D. McFADDEN.

NYT > National, 7:10 PM.

New York, Los Angeles, Olathe? Rent’s Bite Is Biggest in Kansas. In new census data, Olathe, Kan., showed the biggest jump in the percentage of people paying at least 30 percent of their income on rent. By SUSAN SAULNY.

NYT > Business, 7:10 PM.

The Guidelines Now Tougher, Skilling to Face Sentence Today. The former Enron chief will receive a sentence on Monday that many expect will keep him in prison for the rest of his life. By ALEXEI BARRIONUEVO.

The Media Equation: Rachael Ray Gives the Gift of Time. People are working longer and harder, allowing a woman who finds succor in store-bought pasta and canned broth to hit a sweet spot. By DAVID CARR.

NYT > Sports, 7:10 PM.

Jets 31, Lions 24: Rookie Stays on His Feet, and Jets Take a Step Forward. Leon Washington rushed for 129 yards on 20 carries and scored the first two touchdowns of his career as the Jets held on to beat Detroit. By KAREN CROUSE.

Giants’ Pass Rushers Await Tougher Target in Bledsoe. The Giants expect to get to Drew Bledsoe. They expect to pressure him into some mistakes but they do not expect to sack him 14 times. By JOHN BRANCH.

For Tigers, Manager’s Move Paid Off in World Series Against Cardinals (in 1968). Jim Leyland has received plenty of acclaim for leading the Tigers this far and yet he has seemed somewhat testy over the weekend. By JOE LAPOINTE.

Kenyan Wins a Marathon on His Back. Robert Cheruiyot, a 28-year-old Kenyan, won the Chicago Marathon on Sunday and celebrated while spending the night in a hospital. By FRANK LITSKY.

Johnson Surges, Burton Slips and Chase Becomes Interesting. The Chase for the Nextel Cup is suddenly a race again. By VIV BERNSTEIN.

NYT > New York Region, 6:10 PM.

Clinton Stays on Talking Points in Senate Debate. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton assertively challenged policy on Iraq, Iran and North Korea. By PATRICK HEALY.

NYT > International, 4:10 PM.

Bombs Explode in Baghdad Ahead of Muslim Festival. The blasts punctuated what had already been one of the bloodiest stretches for Iraq since the American-led invasion. By MICHAEL LUO.

NYT > Theater, 3:10 PM.

Critic's Notebook: Where a Casanova Meets His Match. In Jenny Lyn Bader’s play "Manhattan Casanova," gender stereotypes fall and urban singles play the mating game. By ANITA GATES.

Theater Review | 'The Kreutzer Sonata': A Murderer in Agony, Courtesy of Tolstoy. Luna Stage's handsome production of "The Kreutzer Sonata" seems at first glance to be nearly pitch-perfect. By PHOEBE HOBAN.

To Dance Beneath the Diamond Skies. Twyla Tharp choreographs Bob Dylan’s music for Broadway. By ALEX WITCHEL.

Austere, Enigmatic Innovator. And Charming Fellow, Really.. Robert Wilson's operas are daunting. But in the new documentary "Absolute Wilson," he is not. By SYLVIANE GOLD.

Dress British, Sing Yiddish. In 127 years, no one has done a full-blown production of "The Pirates of Penzance" in Yiddish. Until now. By LIESL SCHILLINGER.

Devoted Worshipers in a House of Glorious Decay. "Grey Gardens," the documentary, always had a passionate following. Now the musical version has one as well. By ZACHARY PINCUS-ROTH.

NYT > Obituaries, 12:10 PM.

Princess Irene Galitzine Dies; Founder of a Fashion House. Princess Irene Galitzine was a descendant of Russian nobility who founded a glamorous fashion house in Italy. By ERIC WILSON.

Marja Bakker, 59, Marathon Organizer, is Dead. Marja Bakker was an organizer of the Boston Marathon and the only woman to be president of the Boston Athletic Association Running Club. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

New York Times Front Page, 8:40 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/21/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/21/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 8:40 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/21/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/21/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Modern Love, 3:10 PM.

NYT: Modern Love for 10/21/2006. "When a Relationship Carries the Weigt of History." By Lauren Fox. By Juliana Fonda of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Book Review, 3:10 PM.

NYT: Book Update for 10/21/2006. This week: Daniel Handler, Alex Kuczynski and best sellers. By Sam Tanenhaus of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times - TimesTalks, 8:38 AM.

TimesTalks - James McGreevey. The former governor discusses his political rise and fall, his lifelong struggle to come to terms with his sexual identity, and his new memoir. Conversation moderated by Patrick Healy, New York Times metro political reporter. By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 6:38 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/20/2006. The Friday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Carl Hulse of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 10:38 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/20/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/20/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 8:10 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/20/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/20/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Music Popcast, 4:10 PM.

NYT: Music Popcast for 10/18/2006.. This week: The closing of CBGB's and Bert Jansch. By Tom Kuntz of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: World View, 3:38 PM.

NYT: World View for 10/20/2006. Calvin Sims and Celia Dugger discuss the effect of microcredit loans on poverty. By Calvin Sims of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: David Pogue, 3:38 PM.

NYT: David Pogue for 10/19/2006. This week: The Sony Mylo. By David Pogue of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Restaurant Update, 1:38 PM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/20/2006. The topic is the differences in dining between America and Italy. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Theater Update, 1:38 PM.

NYT: Theater Update for 10/20/2006. The play reviewed is "Wrecks". By Ben Brantley of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Movie Review, 1:38 PM.

NYT: Movie Review for 10/20/2006. The two movies reviewed are "Marie Antoinette" and "The Prestige." By A.O. Scott of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 9:38 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/19/2006. The Thursday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Robin Toner of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Theater Update, 3:38 AM.

NYT: Theater Update for 10/18/2006. The play reviewed is "Blue Door." By Charles Isherwood of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 3:38 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/17/2006. The Tuesday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Restaurant Update, 3:38 AM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/18/2006. More on the restaurant L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 11:50 PM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/16/2006. The Wednesday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By David E. Sanger of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Wine Update, 11:50 PM.

NYT: Wine Update for 10/19/2006. The topic is wines from the winemaker Clos Roche Blanche. By Eric Asimov of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Restaurant Update, 11:50 PM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/19/2006. The topic is making chefs into gods. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Only in New York, 11:50 PM.

NYT: Only in New York for 10/19/2006. Marriage in the City. By Sam Roberts of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT Tech Talk, 11:50 PM.

NYT: Tech Talk for 10/19/06. This week: Tech news, portable media players, and reader questions. By Tom Holcomb and J.D. Biersdorfer of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 11:30 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/19/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/19/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 11:30 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/19/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/19/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Science Times, 8:30 AM.

NYT: Science Times for 10/17/2006. This week: Science in China, hormones and puberty, and saving the world's rarest dogs. By David Corcoran of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 11:31 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/18/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/18/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 11:30 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/18/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/18/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Front Page for 10/17/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/17/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 9:38 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/17/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/17/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Advertising Spotlight, 10:10 AM.

NYT: Advertising Spotlight for 10/16/2006. The topic is a a new campaign for the magazine "Traditional Home." By Stuart Elliott of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 9:20 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/16/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/16/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 9:20 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/16/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/16/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Theater Update, 9:10 PM.

NYT: Theater Update for 10/16/2006. The play reviewed is "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie". By Ben Brantley of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Restaurant Update, 9:10 PM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/16/2006. The topic is the fish Branzino. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Health Update, 9:10 PM.

NYT: Health Update for 10/16/2006. The topic is marriage helping longer lives. By Jane Brody of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 7:10 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/14/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/14/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 7:10 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/14/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/14/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Modern Love, 2:10 PM.

NYT: Modern Love for 10/14/2006. "Nursing My Daughter, and Some Grievances." By Lindsay Sterling. By Juliana Fonda of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Book Review, 10:38 AM.

NYT: Book Update for 10/14/2006. This week: Caroline Weber, Adam Gopnik and best sellers. By Sam Tanenhaus of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 8:00 AM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/13/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/13/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 7:10 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/13/2006. The Friday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 6:38 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/13/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/13/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: World View, 1:38 PM.

NYT: World View for 10/13/2006. Calvin Sims and Simon Romero discuss Peruvian President, Alan Garcia. By Calvin Sims of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Restaurant Update, 1:38 PM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/13/2006. The topic is doggy bags. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Theater Update, 1:38 PM.

NYT: Theater Update for 10/13/2006. The play reviewed is "Tooth of Crime". By Ben Brantley of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: David Pogue, 1:38 PM.

NYT: David Pogue for 10/12/2006. This week: Ebooks. By David Pogue of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Movie Review, 1:10 PM.

NYT: Movie Review for 10/13/2006. The two movies reviewed are "Infamous" and "Tideland." By A.O. Scott of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 6:38 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/12/2006. The Thursday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Robin Toner of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Front Page, 9:38 PM.

NYT: Front Page for 10/12/2006. NYT: Front Page for 10/12/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Most E-Mailed Articles, 9:38 PM.

NYT: Most E-Mailed for 10/12/2006. NYT Most E-Mailed for 10/12/2006 By The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Wine Update, 9:10 PM.

NYT: Wine Update for 10/12/2006. The topic is Rieslings from Australia. By Eric Asimov of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT Tech Talk, 4:38 PM.

NYT: Tech Talk for 10/12/06. This week: Tech news, home automation, and reader questions. By Tom Holcomb and J.D. Biersdorfer of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Only in New York, 2:38 PM.

NYT: Only in New York for 10/12/2006. Who's the noisiest: city or country? By Sam Roberts of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Theater Update, 11:10 AM.

NYT: Theater Update for 10/12/2006. The play reviewed is "King Lear." By Charles Isherwood of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Restaurant Update, 11:10 AM.

NYT: Restaurant Update for 10/12/2006. The topic is bringing your own salt. By Frank Bruni of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 7:30 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/11/2006. The Wednesday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By David E. Sanger of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: World View, 12:02 AM.

NYT: World View for 10/06/2006. Calvin Sims and Sebnem Arsu discuss Turkey's efforts to join the European Union. By Calvin Sims of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: World View for 09/29/2006. Calvin Sims and Ed Wong discuss the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra. By Calvin Sims of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Wine Update, 12:02 AM.

NYT: Wine Update for 10/05/2006. Topic discussed is California wines made with the gewurztraminer grape. By Eric Asimov of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times Washington Report, 12:02 AM.

NYT: Washington Report for 10/10/2006. The Tuesday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Sheryl Gay Stolberg of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Washington Report for 10/09/2006. The Monday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By David E Sanger of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Washington Report for 10/06/2006. The Friday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Carl Hulse of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Washington Report for 10/05/2006. The Thursday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By Robin Toner of The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Washington Report for 10/04/2006. The Wednesday report from the New York Times Washington Bureau. By David E. Sanger of The New York Times. enclosure

New York Times - TimesTalks, 12:02 AM.

NYT: TV chefs Daisy Martinez and Rachael Ray.. T Living editor Amanda Hesser with noted TV chefs and cookbook authors Dave Lieberman, Daisy Martinez and Rachael Ray. By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: The Ethicist's Randy Cohen. The Ethicist's Randy Cohen on some of today's most vexing ethical dilemmas, with audience interaction. By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Howard Dean TimesTalks. Contributing writer Matt Bai interviews Governor Howard Dean of Vermont, head of the Democratic National Committee and founder of Democracy for America, on the future of the Democratic Party. By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: TimesTalks with the cast of Entourage. Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Debi Mazar, Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven and series creator and writer Doug Ellin discuss creating Entourage. Moderated by David Carr. By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: Madeleine Albright TimesTalks.. Hear New York Times Magazine contributing writer James Traub interview Madeleine K. Albright, the first woman Secretary of State and the author of the new book "The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs." By The New York Times. enclosure

TimesTalks: The Pentagon Papers and what they mean today.. A discussion marking the 35th anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that allowed The New York Times to publish top-secret documents. By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: TimesTalk - Susan Sarandon. Acress Susan Sarandon from the 2005 New York Times Arts and Leisure Weekend TimesTalks. By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: TimesTalk - Secrets of the Iraq War. the authors of Cobra II, Michael R. Gordon and General Bernard E. Trainor, reveal the reasons, some discovered from access to still-secret documents, in a compelling discussion moderated by New York Times assistant managing editor Craig Whitney. . By The New York Times. enclosure

NYT: TimesTalks with Joan Didion. National Book Award winner Joan Didion By The New York Times. enclosure