Obama Calls for New Curbs on Offshore Tax Havens By JACKIE CALMES and EDMUND L. ANDREWS The proposed tax overhaul, aimed at benefits enjoyed by those harboring cash in offshore accounts, could help raise $210 billion, the administration estimates.
More Middle-Class New Yorkers Face Eviction By MANNY FERNANDEZ More of the city's middle-class tenants, their jobs gone, are falling behind on rent, straining legal and financial services once used mostly by lower-income New Yorkers.
"It's kind of dehumanizing. They see you as a certain kind of person. We've never been that certain kind of person." KEVIN BREWSTER-STREEKS, who, with his partner, was forced to leave his Bronx apartment after owing $7,000 in back rent.
Interactive: Selecting a Justice If you were president, whom would you appoint to the Supreme Court? Make your nomination and compare your choice with other readers'.
Schumer Offers Middle Ground on Health Care By ROBERT PEAR To address fears that a public program would drive private insurers from the market, Senator Charles E. Schumer proposed that any program must comply with the rules that apply to private insurance.
S.&P. 500 Erases 2009 Losses as Stocks Jump By JACK HEALY As stocks climbed on Monday, a leading stock index crossed a milestone that seemed unthinkable during the worst declines of the bear market: It turned positive for the year.
India, Suddenly Starved for Investment By VIKAS BAJAJ and SOMINI SENGUPTA India's phenomenal growth in recent years was largely financed by foreign investments and loans, which have fallen sharply in the downturn.
Apple and Google Ties Investigated By MIGUEL HELFT and BRAD STONE The two companies share two directors, and several people briefed on the F.T.C. inquiry say the agency is studying whether this is an antitrust violation.
E.U. to Hear Proposal for Cross-Border Net Copyright By KEVIN J. O'BRIEN Two European commissioners are proposing the creation of a Europe-wide copyright license for online content that could clear the way for cross-border sales of digital music, games and video.
Tax Salvos There are no easy fixes to tax problems posed by global profits. The Obama proposals oversimplify the challenge.
No Fix for Public Transit It comes as no surprise to hear that many of Albany's politicians would rather go with a cheap political fix for public transit than one with a long-range approach.
The Cost of Staying Home Sick If President Obama is serious about responsible action to control infectious disease threats, he should back a law to grant Americans at least seven paid sick days a year.
APPRECIATIONS Still Singing By LAWRENCE DOWNES Will a new generation write and sing songs to fight power with truth, as Pete Seeger has done, or will they forget the part of folk singing that was never sweet for its own sake?
The Long Voyage Home By DAVID BROOKS Republicans are so much the party of individualism and freedom that they are no longer the party of community and order.
Jack Kemp's Futile Quest By BOB HERBERT Jack Kemp meant well, but the great irony that cloaked his career was that it was not possible to achieve the ends he sought using the means he pushed with such zeal.
A Hole in the Center By ROSS DOUTHAT The Republican Party needs centrists, but not unprincipled ones like Arlen Specter.
Bailout Justice By JOHN ASHCROFT The government must hold accountable any individuals who acted illegally in this financial meltdown, while preserving the viability of the companies that received bailout funds or stimulus money.
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