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  • NEW YORK—In a fourth-floor office, overlooking a Lego store and the camera-toting tourists swarming Rockefeller Center, sit two old friends.

    Senior Advisers: Two Old Friends Talk Fishing and Finance

  • Also, the fourth-floor swimming pool, an oversize bronze statue of boxer Jack Johnson, a series of doll heads from World War II that were made to appear as quarter-size human parachuters to citizens in Nazi Germany, and a vast collection of antique gaming machines that Mr. Copperfield's team restores and preserves.

    A Perfect Night for Parties on the Terrace

  • Eight protesters occupied the fourth-floor outside ledge of the university's Wheeler Hall, with six of them chained together, a university statement said.

    Protests Swell At UC Berkeley

  • One of the biggest names in the business, Frank "Screw" Andrews, a central character in journalist Hank Messick's non-fiction book, Syndicate Wife, "accidentally fell" out of a fourth-floor window.

    Don McNay: Legalized Loan Sharks

  • One of the biggest names in the business, Frank "Screw" Andrews, a central character in journalist Hank Messick's non-fiction book, Syndicate Wife, "accidentally fell" out of a fourth-floor window.

    Don McNay: Legalized Loan Sharks

  • The fourth-floor galleries have rarely looked as good, in spite of the peculiar premise of "Cubes and Anarchy," a phrase Smith attributed to John Sloan, with whom he studied at the Art Students League.

    The Artist in All His Dimensions

  • She loved basketball and dreamed of being a doctor, her mother said, sitting in the family's modest fourth-floor apartment.

    Families Mourn Those Who Died During Protests

  • Christopher Rhoads/The Wall Street Journal Said Mohamed, 44, held up a photo of his cousin, Mansour Fathi, 33, who was shot in the head and killed while standing on his fourth-floor balcony.

    The Revolution's Toll

  • Mr. Mohamed of the auto-supply shop said his 33-year-old cousin, Mansour Fathi, was on his fourth-floor balcony that night, taking in the scene just a few blocks from the square.

    Families Mourn Those Who Died During Protests

  • One of the biggest names in the business, Frank "Screw" Andrews, a central character in journalist Hank Messick's non-fiction book, Syndicate Wife, "accidentally fell" out of a fourth-floor window.

    Don McNay: Legalized Loan Sharks

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