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Top Stories: A young man talks about being diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome at 17, only to discover later that he was just " a clumsy, lonley teenager." (An accompanying op-ed looks at the history of Asperger's and over-diagnosis. Mitt Romney went negative to win Florida, but that may have left him with new "baggage."
Politics: A look at Romney's campaign filings, show a huge source of his campaign donations are from rich donors at the heart of the Republican establishment.
World: Prince William is being sent to the Falkland Islands on military duty, just two months before the anniversary of the war there between Argentina and Britain, which the government there considers a provocation. Seventy households in a small village in Spain (all but one of the homes in town) will share in a $950 million lottery prize, the biggest of all time.
Business: Facebook's IPO is about teach us all what is the value of an Internet user's personal data.
Books: A new translation of the Kama Sutra comes without illustrations (just like the original.) D.C. Comics is launching a series of prequels based on the popular Watchmen books, despite protests from their original author, who calls them "shameless."
Food: A mother taught her children cook, and now turns dinner time over to her young sons, who plan and execute one meal a week.
Sunday Magazine: This week's cover story is about the complicated and painful wind down of the War in Afghanistan.
Health: The "good life" of America's suburbs is killing its people with obesity, poor health, lonliness, and stress.
Sports: Basketball is extremely popular in China, but the NBA has botched its opportunities to make inroads with its own league there.
Photo Galleries: Scenes from the Florida Primary.
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