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Opinion: Death of a Salesman is a play about the failure of middle-class dreams, yet few middle class people can afford to see the current Broadway revival. Nicholas Kristof on the thousands of chemicals humans are exposed to every day.
New York: The NYPD used its "warrant squads" (officers tasked with tracking down those with minor outstanding warrants) as a questionable tactic to monitor Occupy Wall Street protesters. New York City is shifting prostitution enforcement to pimps and treating the women as victims.
World: Aid groups in Pakistan are no longer trusted after a vaccination program was used to help track down Osama bin Laden.
Politics: President Obama faces the challenge of seeming tough on national security, while also trying to withdraw troops from overseas.
Travel: A review of websites that promise refunds if the price of a hotel or plane reservation drops after you buy it.
Food: How to cook soft shell crabs.
Photo Gallery of the Day: A tour of the White House.
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