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Top Stories: Mitt Romney and Benjamin Netanyahu have a little-known friendship that dates back to the 1970s. The biggest Republican Super PAC has moved on from the primary and is ready to attack the President with ads.
World: Former Egyptian vice-president Omar Suleiman is running for president as the candidate of those who are unhappy with the revolution and still support ousted leader Hosni Mubarak.
Technology: A new computer virus is the largest attack yet on the Mac OS X operating system. Those who pay for internet data by the megabyte have no reliable way to gauge how much they've used. Despite the popularity of dating websites, many say that technology and algorithms are not the way to find a good match.
Music: The Internet has made finding new music easier than ever and rendered "music snobs" and their knowledge of the obscure obsolete.
Politics: A look at Mitt Romney's "body man," personal assistant Garrett Jackson. What is "social Darwinism" and does the label really apply to the Republican budget proposal? The cities hosting the Republican and Democratic conventions will attempt to wall off protesters and keep them far from the actual events.
Science: Research scientist Stephen Wolfram is trying to analyze decades worth of his own personal data to discover what it says about him.
New York: A Muslim community activist is promoting the practice of yoga, which is considered a sin by many in Islam.
Opinion: Can a man and a woman be just friends?
Movies: 20th Century Fox is struggling to market its upcoming comedy Neighborhood Watch, in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Sports: Lindsey Vonn just had the greatest season in Alpine skiing history while going through a divorce.
Photo Gallery of the Day: Astronomers are building the massive Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array, known as ALMA, high in the mountains of Chile
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