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Top Stories: As the fiscal-cliff negotiations continue, a new Times analysis reveals that Americans are actually paying less in taxes than they did in the 80s: "most Americans in 2010 paid far less in total taxes — federal, state and local — than they would have paid 30 years ago."
World: In Myanmar, Buddhist prejudice against Muslims has turned into violence and what some are calling ethnic cleansing.
U.S.: Builders are making amends to their homes for the multigenerational lifestyle that's "the changing shape of the American family."
New York: The camel cast members of a show at a "famous theater" create a stir when they take their daily walks.
Technology: In a first step to overhauling an outdated law about email access, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill that requires "law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant from a judge in most cases before gaining access to messages in individual accounts stored electronically."
Science: The debate as to the age of the Grand Canyon continues on as a report published in the journal Science gives more ammo to the people that believe the canyon is more ancient.
Sports: Steve Somers, New York sports' radio's schmoozer-in-chief, has made a family of sorts at his home of WFAN.
Opinion: Paul Krugman the class war that isn't over even after the election is.
Art & Design: The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new Matisse exhibit is "one of the most thrillingly instructive exhibitions about this painter, or painting in general, that you may ever see."
Theater: Ben Brantley reviews the unremarkable Dead Accounts on Broadway where Katie Holmes "suggests what might have happened to Joey Potter, the ultimate girl-next-door she once portrayed on TV in 'Dawson's Creek,' had she never found true love or left town."
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