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World: A Russian village is being improved after the success of singing group Buranovskiye Babushki (a.k.a. Grandmothers of Buranovo) in a pop music contest. Americans are "confused" about who their friends are with the mounting influence of Islamists in Arab Spring countries.
U.S.: Mitt Romney draws attention to Harvard's J.D.-M.B.A. program.
New York: The Catskill Mountain region wants to "rebrand" from its "borscht belt" reputation.
Business: As airlines focus on bigger cities regional airports try to find purpose for their unused buildings.
Science: Scholars who used to shy away from Myanmar because of the country's political climate are now drawn to its sites.
Health: After the C.I.A.'s use of vaccination as an aid in the plot to kill Bin Laden, questions remain to what extent the fight against polio suffered.
Opinion: Frank Bruni on Tammy Baldwin "who has a very real chance of becoming the first openly gay or lesbian person elected to the United States Senate."
Sports: Jerry Seinfeld analyzes "Who's on First?" in a new TV special.
Television: Jon Caramanica reviews Hollywood Heights "billed as an English-language telenovela."
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