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Top Stories: A new poll shows that "Medicare ranks as the third-most crucial issue to likely voters in Florida, Ohio and Wisconsin — behind the economy and health care."
World: A cholera epidemic in West Africa is "one of the worst regional outbreaks in years, health experts said."
U.S.: Todd Akin's comments make their way into the Massachusetts Senate race.
New York: After Lil Wayne said he doesn't like New York a state senator takes offense.
Technology: The inhabitants of Hacker Dojo — "equal parts shared office, lecture hall and after-hours salon for a variety of tinkerers, software coders and entrepreneurs who intend to reinvent the future" — are fighting to save their space. Google — "generally been considered a place where women have thrived" — is using algorithms to figure out to get more and keep more women in their ranks.
Health: A study finds that men who father children at older ages are more likely to have offspring with autism or schizophrenia.
Sports: Bartolo Colon follows Melky Cabrera in being suspended for use of performance enhancers.
Opinion: Gail Collins points out that Akin's theory "goes back to our forefathers, who believed that in order for our foremothers to conceive, 'the womb must be in a state of delight.'"
Music: A 29-year-old is organizing a concert on Central Park's Great Lawn wherein he "hopes to build a movement among the expected 60,000 concertgoers that will pressure world leaders to commit an additional $500 million for reducing poverty and eradicating diseases like polio and malaria."
Fashion & Style: Buying Twitter followers is the "the worst-kept secret in the Twittersphere."
Home & Garden: Mark Oppenheimer writes about a debate he moderated between Dan Savage and Brian Brown.
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