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Ex-Surgeon General Accused of Abusing Staff By DANNY HAKIM 7 minutes ago

Dr. Antonia C. Novello, New York’s health commissioner under Gov. George E. Pataki and a former U.S. Surgeon General, turned her staff into her personal servants. 62,000 Jobs Are Cut by U.S. and Foreign Companies By JACK HEALY 4:38 PM ET

Monday’s toll included 20,000 cuts at Caterpillar, 8,000 at Sprint Nextel, 7,000 at Home Depot and 8,000 from the expected merger of Pfizer and Wyeth.

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Interactive Graphic With Audio Coping With Past Recessions Coping With Past Recessions

Three economists chronicle the history of government policy in past recessions. Medicare Broadens Coverage of Drugs for Cancer Patients By REED ABELSON and ANDREW POLLACK 7 minutes ago

With little public debate, Medicare has expanded its coverage of drugs for cancer treatments not approved by the F.D.A. On the Blogs

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Gary Kelly, the owner of the Holland Bar on Ninth Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen. Librado Romero/The New York Times The Return of a Barfly’s Paradise By JOSHUA BRUSTEIN

The Holland Bar, a tiny dive on Ninth Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen, is back in business after plans to sell the building or convert it to residential space fell through. Obama Directs Regulators to Tighten Auto Rules By JOHN M. BRODER 2:06 PM ET

President Obama directed regulators to move swiftly on an application by 14 states to set stricter emissions rules.

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Senate Confirms Geithner for Treasury Post By JACKIE CALMES 3 minutes ago

Timothy F. Geithner was confirmed by the Senate in a 60-34 vote, despite concerns about disclosures of delinquent tax payments.

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As Trial Starts, Blagojevich Mounts Defense on TV By MONICA DAVEY 2:32 PM ET Gov. Rod Blagojevich of Illinois with Diane Sawyer on ABC's “Good Morning America” on Monday.

In a series of interviews, Rod R. Blagojevich, the governor of Illinois, appeared to be trying to upstage his impeachment trial.

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