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Fed and Treasury Offer to Work With Congress on Bailout Plan
By EDMUND L. ANDREWS
Top officials at the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve began discussing with Congressional leaders a plan to buy up large numbers of distressed mortgages held by ailing financial institutions.

A Bid to Curb Profit Gambit as Banks Fall
By VIKAS BAJAJ and JONATHAN D. GLATER
A backlash against short sellers has begun, with regulators in the U.S. and Britain tightening rules and authorities in New York intensifying investigations.

Drug Label, Maimed Patient and Test for Justices
By ADAM LIPTAK
At issue is whether plaintiffs have the right to sue when the products that hurt them had met federal standards.

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QUOTATION OF THE DAY
“Oprah dresses conservatively. She struggles with her weight. She overcame depression. She rose from poverty and from abuse. On all these levels she appeals to a Saudi woman.”
PRINCESS REEMA BINT BANDAR AL-SAUD, co-owner of a women’s spa in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
BUSINESS   OPINION
Video: Sorting Out the Crisis
Ron Lieber, the personal finance columnist, answers questions from people on the street regarding the financial crisis. Related Articles
Op-Ed: Present at the Crash
After stints at Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, it is hard for a banker not to think he is a jinx.
WORLD
War and Drought Threaten Afghan Food Supply
By CARLOTTA GALL
More than a quarter of the population may face a harsh winter as a result of a pitiable harvest this year.

DAMMAM JOURNAL
Saudi Women Find an Unlikely Role Model: Oprah
By KATHERINE ZOEPF
Many women in Saudi Arabia feel a bond with Oprah Winfrey, who speaks about topics rarely aired there.

Agreement With Iraq Over Troops Is at Risk
By STEVEN LEE MYERS and SAM DAGHER
The major remaining point of contention between the American military and Iraqi leaders involves immunity, said officials on both sides.

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U.S.
Pain Spreads as Credit Vise Grows Tighter
By LOUIS UCHITELLE
As the credit crisis on Wall Street moves to Main Street, borrowers are finding that the nation’s lenders are tightening up in numerous ways.

For Rivals, Finance Crisis Is Posing on-the-Fly Tests
By JACKIE CALMES and JEFF ZELENY
The campaign is now an audition for handling an economic emergency, forcing John McCain and Barack Obama to make policy proposals one after the other.

New Budget Agreement for California
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER
California legislative leaders and the governor have come to an agreement on the state budget, which is now roughly three months late.

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WASHINGTON

For Rivals, Finance Crisis Is Posing on-the-Fly Tests
By JACKIE CALMES and JEFF ZELENY
The campaign is now an audition for handling an economic emergency, forcing John McCain and Barack Obama to make policy proposals one after the other.

POLITICAL MEMO
Given G.O.P. Predicament, Rangel Opts to Ride Out the Storm
By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN
Democrats believe that a long list of Republican lawmakers with legal troubles makes it impossible for Republicans to gain much ground on the issues of ethics and good government.

Alaska Star May Add Luster to Tarnished Senator
By WILLIAM YARDLEY
As Gov. Sarah Palin has moved to the national stage, Senator Ted Stevens, who goes on trial next week, has risen in some opinion polls in Alaska.

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BUSINESS
Pain Spreads as Credit Vise Grows Tighter
By LOUIS UCHITELLE
As the credit crisis on Wall Street moves to Main Street, borrowers are finding that the nation’s lenders are tightening up in numerous ways.

Investors, Hungry for Hope, Send Dow Up 410
By VIKAS BAJAJ and MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
The Dow industrials closed up more than 400 points, but there was little relief from the paralysis that has gripped the credit markets.

Professional Money Fund Is Closed by Putnam
By DIANA B. HENRIQUES
Putnam Investments, one of the oldest names in the mutual fund industry, said it was liquidating a $12.3 billion money market fund.

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TECHNOLOGY
Google Co-Founder Has Genetic Code Linked to Parkinson’s
By MIGUEL HELFT
Sergey Brin, a Google co-founder, said Thursday that he has a gene mutation that increases his likelihood of contracting Parkinson’s disease.

BITS
Nvidia Cuts 6.5 Percent of Its Work Force
By ASHLEE VANCE
Nvidia shares fell sharply in after-hours trading Thursday after the chip maker announced it will lay off about 6.5 percent of its work force.

BITS
How Many Web Services Can One Person Use?
By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER
The problem just under the surface at the Web 2.0 Expo in New York this week: Web users are stretched thin.

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SPORTS
METS 7, NATIONALS 2
A Dominating Victory Gives the Mets Perspective
By BEN SHPIGEL
A night after escaping with an exhausting win, the Mets thoroughly dominated the Nationals, in reasserting themselves as postseason contenders.

YANKEES 9, WHITE SOX 2
Mussina and Abreu Make Cases for Sticking Around
By TYLER KEPNER
Bobby Abreu homered twice and drove in six runs, helping Mike Mussina to his 18th victory in a rout of the Chicago White Sox.

Europeans Find a Common Bond in Their Diversity
By BILL PENNINGTON
Among the deliberations regarding Europe’s wins in five of the last six Ryder Cups: Is the European team’s diversity its strength?

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ARTS
MUSEUM REVIEW
Kids, Can You Say ‘Cultural Diversity’?
By EDWARD ROTHSTEIN
Exuberance, surprise and a playful approach to knowledge can be found at the newly renovated Brooklyn Children’s Museum.

THEATER REVIEW
Revolution (and Love) on Their Minds
By BEN BRANTLEY
This lumpish musical adaptation of the beloved Charles Dickens novel is one of those unfortunate shows that are neither witty in themselves nor able to inspire wit in others.

ART REVIEW | VAN GOGH
Nocturnal van Gogh, Illuminating the Darkness
By ROBERTA SMITH
The show of paintings, drawings and letters by Vincent van Gogh at the Museum of Modern Art small and quirky: it is an anti-blockbuster.

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NEW YORK/REGION
Joblessness Up in New York
By PATRICK McGEEHAN
The August unemployment rate in New York City showed the largest monthly increase in more than 30 years.

From a ‘Joke,’ a School Is Born in the Village
By WINNIE HU
Greenwich Village High, one of two new high schools opening in Lower Manhattan next year, will start accepting applications in October.

Conservancy Buys Slice of Adirondacks
By MARTIN ESPINOZA
The Nature Conservancy purchased a 14,600-acre piece of land long prized by environmentalists, including a pond where Ralph Waldo Emerson led a “philosophers’ camp.”

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MOVIES
MOVIE REVIEW | ‘APPALOOSA’
Gunman Meets Widow. Trouble Starts.
By A. O. SCOTT
“Appaloosa” shows a square jaw and a steely gaze, but also a smile and a wink.

MOVIE REVIEW | ‘GHOST TOWN’
His Task: Help Strangers Die Happily Ever After
By STEPHEN HOLDEN
The sharp comic timing and the offbeat chemistry of Ricky Gervais, Greg Kinnear and Téa Leoni keep “Ghost Town” afloat.

MOVIE REVIEW | ‘THE DUCHESS’
Georgiana and Her Dull, Dallying Duke
By MANOHLA DARGIS
“The Duchess” is an overstuffed, intellectually underbaked portrait of a poor little rich girl.

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EDITORIALS
Immigration Deception
Immigration is a complicated and combustible issue but that is no excuse for the presidential candidates to ignore or lie about it to voters.

Bankers and Their Salaries
Bankers’ risk-taking is a significant cause of this financial crisis. It is time for executives’ compensation to be tied to long-term performance, not to short-term profits.

Gun Lobby First
A gun control bill approved by the House tramples the District of Columbia’s right to govern itself and makes it harder for the police to protect streets.

Life in a Slow Lane
Among major cities, New York has the least green acreage per capita. The deficiency is a curiosity for visitors but a quality-of-life issue for regulars.

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OP-ED
Crisis Endgame
By PAUL KRUGMAN
Faced with the financial crisis spinning out of control, much of Washington appears to have decided that government isn’t the problem, it’s the solution.

The Post-Lehman World
By DAVID BROOKS
Everybody says we’re about to enter a new political era, rich in global financial regulation. The herd might just be wrong once again.

Present at the Crash
By SAM G. BARIS
After interning at Bear Stearns and working at Lehman Brothers, the only conclusion I can draw is that I’m a jinx.

Blocking Care for Women
By HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON and CECILE RICHARDS
The Bush administration wants to undermine women’s rights and women’s health by placing ideology ahead of science.

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On Sept. 19, 1881, the 20th president of the United States, James A. Garfield, died of wounds inflicted by an assassin.
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