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Hacker Known as "Chewy" Strikes Again
By William Franke  2:31 PM ET
For the 12th time in 5 weeks, the US Government's computers have been broken into. All 12 attacks happened to...
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U.S. Trade Deficit Hit Highest Figure Ever in November
By ELIZABETH BECKER
and JOHN O'NEIL
  1:41 PM ET
The trade deficit jumped 7.7 percent to $60.3 billion in November as sales of U.S. goods and services overseas fell.
• Text: U.S. Trade Report
• Dollar Drops Against Euro as Deficit Rises

4 More Bodies Found in Mudslide, Bringing Toll to 10
By CHARLIE LEDUFF
and TERENCE NEILAN
  12:26 PM ET
Four more bodies were pulled from a 25-foot-deep mountain of mud and debris early today, including three children.
• Photos: Aftermath of the Mudslide | Graphic
• Ohio River Flooding Continues

U.S. Government Updates Diet Rules for Next Food Pyramid
By MARIA NEWMAN  2:32 PM ET
Americans were urged to slash their calorie intake and exercise at least 30 minutes a day with few specifics on how to do it.

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The most talked about drama in Hollwood may be Disney's split with Miramax co-founders Harvey (above) and Bob Weinstein.  Go to Article

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BUSINESS

Bristol-Myers Puts Drug Line Up for Sale

Stocks Nearly Unchanged on Deficit News

Executives of Nortel Will Repay Bonuses

NATIONAL

The Overview: Bush Names Judge as Homeland Security Secretary

The Security: A High Level of Alert for the Inauguration

Detainees Describe Abuses by Guard in Iraq Prison

WASHINGTON

The Overview: Bush Names Judge as Homeland Security Secretary

Bush Presses His Argument for Social Security Change

The Security: A High Level of Alert for the Inauguration

HEALTH

Canadians Confirm a New Case of Mad Cow Disease

Companies Plan Price Cuts for 275 Prescription Drugs

Small Clinical Trial Gives Johnson & Johnson Stent a Bit of a Lift

SCIENCE

Vestiges of Big Bang Waves Are Reported

A DNA Success Raises Bioterror Concern

Canadians Confirm a New Case of Mad Cow Disease

ARTS

Executive Fired Amid Charges of Payoffs

Book-of-the-Month Club Takes Steps to Get Out of Trouble

TV Review | 'Queer Eye for the Straight Girl': They All Had the Best of Intentions. Why the Tears?

MOVIES

Movie Review | 'About Baghdad': Meeting the Everymen of Iraq, Courtesy of a Returning Poet

Critic's Notebook: The Making of a Megaflop: Curse of the Pet Project

'Sideways' Leads SAG Awards Nominees

THEATER

'A Chorus Line' Will Return to Broadway

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Theater Review: Youth, Age and Love Now in a Songful Fix

DINING & WINE

Modern Love for Ancient Vines in Southern Italy

The Chef: A Steak's Just Fine, a Fish, Divine

A Man in a Pickle Jumps Into the Brine

REAL ESTATE

Older, and Living in Manhattan

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INTERNATIONAL

Allawi Calls Pockets of Iraq Too Perilous for Voters

Israeli Troops Kill 4 Palestinians After Deadly Bombing

3,100 Names to Be Added to Nazi-Era Depositor List

NEW YORK REGION

Power Plants Agree to Slash Coal Emissions

Medicaid Equipment Pleas Go Unanswered

Bloomberg Claims Progress and Makes His Political Appeal

SPORTS

This Time, Johnson Lets Cameras Roll

Pittsburgh: A Big Happy Company Town

The Jets Find There Is Life After San Diego

TECHNOLOGY

Apple Changes Course With Low-Priced Mac

Intel, Citing Brisk Demand, Posts 10% Rise in Revenue

Executives of Nortel Will Repay Bonuses

TRAVEL

A Crowded Field of Contenders Vying to Be 'The Next Costa Rica'

Where to Go in 2005: Budget

Why Is Everyone Going to Bhutan?

BOOKS

Book-of-the-Month Club Takes Steps to Get Out of Trouble

Robert Heilbroner, Writer and Economist, Dies at 85

Regional Market / Brooklyn: An Anchor Bookstore for a College and Its Neighborhood

FASHION & STYLE

What the First Lady Will Wear

The Hottest Italian Shoes Aren't Hot at All

Reserved: A $250,000 Parking Spot

EDUCATION

Investment Manager to Exit Endowment at Harvard

Regents Approve New Math Criteria for Grades Below High School

On Education: Fodder for Reform's Cynics, and a Blot on Bipartisanship

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Architecture: Forecast: Fast and Warmer

Collecting: Modern Design: A Yesterday With a Future

Furniture: Take This Sofa, Please, in Sueded Chino

AUTOMOBILES

Design: A Wild West Shootout for Car Designers

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