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Children were herded into a cage in Douma, near Damascus, evoking an Islamic State video, to draw attention to violence in Syria.

Children, Caged for Effect, to Mimic Imagery of ISIS

By ANNE BARNARD

Broadcast to frighten and manipulate, the Islamic State’s flamboyant violence consumes the world’s attention while more familiar threats kill far more people.

The Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, arrives for Friday's meeting with eurozone finance ministers.

Eurozone Officials Reach Accord With Greece to Extend Bailout

By LIZ ALDERMAN and JAMES KANTER

European finance ministers announced the agreement after an emergency meeting, giving Greece breathing room on its economic and financial troubles.

Delaila Hernandez, center, a JPS Health Network patient navigator, helped Fred Cardenas with documents during an Affordable Care Act enrollment event last week in Fort Worth.

Tax Error in Health Act Has Impact on 800,000

By ROBERT PEAR

The tax mix-up, affecting taxpayers in 37 states, is the first major problem to surface in an otherwise smooth second enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.

U.S.
Rudolph W. Giuliani, a former Republican presidential hopeful, in 2007. His remarks on President Obama have drawn outrage.

In Remarks on Obama, Rudy Giuliani to the Core

By ALEXANDER BURNS and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Mr. Giuliani, long prone to flamboyant confrontation and rhetorical excess, is less inclined toward self-restraint than ever.

. First Draft: About That Giuliani Uproar: He Wasn’t Even Listed to Speak
. First Draft: Giuliani: Obama Had a White Mother, So I’m Not a Racist
Tomás Péndola, 23, a high school chemistry teacher in Florida, used a program established by President Obama to get a work permit.

For Immigrants, Fear Returns After a Federal Judge’s Ruling

By JULIA PRESTON

Many are anxious now that officials indefinitely postponed an expanded immigration program offering greater protection for young unauthorized immigrants.

Maureen McDonnell arrived at federal court with her son, Bobby McDonnell, left,  for her sentencing in Richmond, Va., on Friday.

Former First Lady of Virginia Is Sentenced to Prison for Graft

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

Maureen McDonnell, who was convicted last year along with her husband, former Gov. Bob McDonnell, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison.

Politics
An inspector from the Agriculture Department checked eggs in Turner, Maine, in 2010. Officials at the Agriculture Department and the F.D.A. declined to say whether they would support a combined agency.

Obama Proposes Single Overseer for Food Safety

By RON NIXON

In his budget proposal, the president asks that the number of agencies dealing with food safety be reduced from 15, but many say that a single agency would be unwieldy.

President Obama speaking to party members at the winter meeting of the Democratic National Committee in Washington on Friday.

Obama Asserts G.O.P.’s Actions Fail to Match Its Words

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

The president, who was addressing fellow party members at the Democratic National Committee, said the G.O.P. talked about helping the middle class but passed bills to benefit the wealthy.

Administration to Try to Block Ruling That Postpones Immigration Actions

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and JULIA PRESTON

The move sends a message to immigration advocates who have been frustrated by the Justice Department’s delay in filing a formal appeal to a judge’s order.

Business
A billboard for Takata in Tokyo. The company has resisted calls to expand its recall of defective airbag inflaters.

U.S. Agency Sets Fines for Maker of Airbags

By HIROKO TABUCHI and DANIELLE IVORY

The safety agency said the Japanese manufacturer had failed to respond “fully or truthfully” to demands for documents related to the defect.

Paul B. Kazarian, founder of the investment company Japonica Partners.

Greek Debt Vastly Overstated, Investor Tells the World

By LANDON THOMAS Jr.

Paul Kazarian, a large investor in Greek bonds, is trying to convince others that the country’s debt is not as burdensome as it might appear.

Rodney Foster drives a Bentley, wears Bentley cologne and has polo shirts with the Bentley logo:

Luxury Cars Imprint Their Brands on Goods From Cologne to Clothing

By REBECCA R. RUIZ

Upscale automakers have been affixing their aspirational logos to non-automotive products as a way of protecting brands and cultivating loyalty.

Chip Maker to Investigate Claims of Hacking by N.S.A. and British Spy Agencies

By MARK SCOTT

The American and British intelligence agencies were said to have stolen the encryption codes to chips manufactured by Gemalto, the world’s biggest manufacturer of SIM cards.

TECHNOPHORIA

Bringing Big Data to the Fight Against Benefits Fraud

By NATASHA SINGER

To detect possible abuse of programs or benefits, state and local governments are turning to data-mining techniques long used by financial services companies.

BITS BLOG

Internet Taxes, Another Window Into the Net Neutrality Debate

By STEVE LOHR

Congress wants to permanently ban taxes on high-speed Internet service. But will the F.C.C.’s plan for utility-style regulation open a door to new charges?

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