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Top Stories: Republicans are concerned Romney isn't fighting back enough against Democratic attacks

World: Hillary Clinton's visit to Laos serves as a reminder of "enduring legacy of the Vietnam War." Katie Couric has unknowingly become the face of a campaign in Baghdad to advertise a daily news bulletin about electricity. 

U.S.: Philadelphia has worked to respond to civil rights complaints while using stop-and-frisk tactics. A look at the rise of Jesse Jackson Jr.'s career and now its fall. 

New York: Rory Staunton, 12, was sent home from the emergency room at NYU Langone Medical Center, but died three nights later of severe septic shock that had initially gone undetected. 

Health: A study of a gene mutation could help to develop drugs in the fight against Alzheimer's.

Sports: Isaac Eger writes about his journey through New York's pickup basketball scene, saying: "I am convinced that some of the city’s truths, if not all of them, are boiled down on its basketball blacktops."

Music: Jon Caramanica reviews the Zac Brown Band album "Uncaged." 

Opinion: Jamal Abdi on Apple's racial profiling of Iranians resulting from sanctions. 

Style: People are using to electrostimulation to tone, but the process doesn't have fans within the medical community. 

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