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Top Stories: Syrian citizens are telling the story of the carnage and destruction in Homs through graphic, but important videos published online. The mother of Marie Colvin, one of the journalist killed in Syria this week, remembers her daughter's determination.
World: Mainland Chinese parents are flocking to Hong Kong to give birth, shutting locals out of maternity wards in the pursuit of better residency benefits. Hugo Chavez of Venezuela is defying international pressure to send fuel to the Syrian government.
Books: A author with five novels under her belt had her sixth book rejected by 13 publishers — then she switched to a pen name and sold it in three days. A review of a new novel about MIT graduates solving a mystery in 19th century Boston.
Opinion: Bill Gates argues that shaming teachers with public rankings of their performance is not the way to improve schools.