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Top Stories: President Obama needs help from Latino voters who are frustrated by his lack of action on immigration and jobs. How Syria's Assad regime fights a P.R. war using Western media. Unemployed seniors are forced to draw on their Social Security much earlier than they had planned.
Health: Hospitals know they must continue to change and cut costs even if the health care law is overturned.
Opinion: Our problem is not sensory overload, but "sensory poverty," as we block out the natural world around us.
Education: Pressure over grades and college admissions are leading to an increase in the abuse of stimulants by high schoolers.
U.S.: Fifty years ago today, three inmates disappeared from Alcatraz and debate still rages about whether they survived the 10-mile swim to shore to make a successful escape.
Books: Dictator’s Learning Curve explores the way authoritarian regimes control their people in the age of YouTube and Facebook. A Civil War historian says that death tolls from the conflict underestimate the hundreds of thousands of freed slaves who died from hunger and disease.
Technology: A recap of the top games unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Expo
Business: Apple sells fewer phones than Google, but holds more influence over app developers by making them more money.
Science: Texas ramps up production of desalination plants as the solution to years of drought.
Photo Gallery of the Day: With events in track and field, soccer, horse racing, baseball, and hockey, Saturday was a very busy day for New York sports.
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