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Top Stories: True the Vote, one of a "network" of conservative groups seeking to combat voter fraud, "is mobilizing a small army of volunteers to combat what it sees as a force out to subvert elections."
World: In the Middle East "protesters and their sympathizers" explain that they seek "the right of a community, whether Muslim, Christian or Jewish, to be free from grave insult to its identity and values."
U.S.: Football games at Florida A&M University won't feature the sounds of the school band, the Marching 100, as it serves out a suspension following the hazing-related death of Robert Champion, 26.
New York: One of New York's "unlikeliest sightseeing ventures" is a walk through the city to Kennedy Airport.
Media & Advertising: David Carr on quotation approval.
Sports: William C. Rhoden argues that "we are addicted to video replay in a way that has become unhealthy."
Music: Philip Glass' Einstein on the Beach at the Brooklyn Academy of Music is " an exhilarating revival."
Television: Alessandra Stanley on Revolution.
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