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Top Stories: Richard Stevenson writes that Obama's inaugural address employed an "unapologetic argument that modern liberalism was perfectly consistent with the spirit of the founders."
World: As Algeria defends its actions in the hostage crisis, American counterterrorism officials and experts "said they would have taken a more cautious approach."
Politics: Jodi Kantor on the Obama daughters, who "appeared startlingly grown up, less like children and more like the adult Caroline Kennedy and Chelsea Clinton: graceful and self-possessed, bearing little sign of whatever intrusions they may have experienced in public life."
New York: A group of about 200 headed to the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday for a march led by One Million Moms for Gun Control.
Technology: On the order of federal regulators, employers must temper regulations off what their employees say online.
Science: Facing a cancer epidemic, Tasmanian devils are being raised by biologists on an island to "establish a healthy colony."