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World: The Muslim traditionalism of newly elected Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's wife Naglaa Ali Mahmoud is lauded by some, and a concern to others who view her ways as backwards.
New York: The Elmo ejected from Central Park Sunday — who was back on the job Tuesday — ran a pornographic website in Cambodia.
U.S.: With a number of Supreme Court justices nearing retirement age whoever wins the presidency could have a major impact on the ideological balance of the court.
Business: Google is manufacturing its Nexus Q in the U.S.
Opinion: Gail Collins remembers Nora Ephron.
Sports: Athletes at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs deal with smoke from the wildfires.
Style: Now a professor, a longtime New Yorker receptionist tells her story in a new memoir.
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