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Top Stories: In Israel, descendants of Holocaust survivors are tattooing their family members' numbers on their bodies. 

Politics: Looking back at debates shows just how much candidates need to accomplish to change the tide of a race. 

World: The U.S. could have overestimated the effectiveness of security at the diplomatic mission in Benghazi because of response to a bombing in June.

U.S.: Ole Miss commemorates a troubled time in its history with the program "Opening the Closed Society."

New York: As Governor Cuomo's administration starts over on the regulatory practice that will choose whether or not to approve fracking, he gets praise from environmentalists and pushback from industry. 

Media & Advertising: David Carr on media bias

Technology: Microsoft is working to get high school students more interested in computer science. 

Sports: The Washington National's Davey Johnson "has given his sport a tremendous gift: he has reintroduced winning baseball to the nation’s capital." 

Opinion: Max Frankel on Punch Sulzberger

Books: Janet Maslin reviews Arnold Schwarzenegger's memoir Total Recall, which she says "is a puffy portrait of the author as master conniver. Nothing in his upward progress seems to have happened in an innocent way." 

Art & Design: In an effort to take back antiquities, Turkey has drawn the ire of some of the world's big museums "which call the campaign cultural blackmail." 

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