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Top Stories: There are few backup options for Democrats if the Supreme Court strikes down the health insurance mandate. Some individuals and businesses still fight back against the penalties for violating the individual insurance mandate in Massachusetts.
Opinion: How losing the Supreme Court fight over the mandate could actually help the President's re-election.
Politics: The international nuclear conference in South Korea has spilled over into the political fighting of the U.S. election. Nate Silver looks at the chances that Mitt Romney might pick a governor as a running mate.
Health: Doctors are human, too, which is why it's difficult for some to be completely honest with their patients.
World: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak have formed an odd alliance over their stance on Iran's nuclear program. Some American Jews are quietly lobbying the U.S. government to avoid a strike on Iran. Tibetan exiles in India have rallied around the man who died on Wednesday from self-immolation in protest of Chinese rule.
Books: Critic Dwight Garner admits that "Wild," an inspiring new memoir from a woman who hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, reduced him to tears.
New York: Publicists are trying to figure out how to lure new Jets quarterback Tim Tebow to their flashy, and occasionally decadent, events.
Technology: The market for classes and instruction in computer programming and Web construction is booming.
Sunday Magazine: Everyone gets upset about rising gas prices, but does it really make a difference when it comes to changing spending habits?
Photo Gallery of the Day: The scene outside the Supreme Court hearing on health care.
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