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New York Times Opinion
House Majority Remains Uncertain, Republicans Say

By JEFF ZELENY and CARL HULSE

Enough contests remain fluid that both parties head into the final four weeks of the campaign able to change the dynamic before Election Day.

Las Vegas Faces Its Deepest Slide Since the 1940s
By ADAM NAGOURNEY

There are many cities that are beginning to see the first glimpses of recession’s end. Las Vegas is not one of them.

For Female Marines, Tea Comes With Bullets
By ELISABETH BUMILLER

In Marja, Afghanistan, female Marines have daily skirted Pentagon rules restricting women in combat.

Supreme Court Term Offers Hot Issues and Future Hints

By ADAM LIPTAK

The term’s cases will be scrutinized for insights on the the court’s newest member, Justice Elena Kagan, and for hints about how the court will rule when even more highly charged cases reach it.

From ‘Avatar’ Playbook, Pro Teams Use 3-D Imaging
By JAMES GLANZ and ALAN SCHWARZ

In the endless quest for athletic advantage, sports teams are using sensors, biomechanics, orthopedics and the technology of Hollywood films.

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