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Top Stories: The suicide of two Afghan sisters over a conflict over a boy, brings to light "a larger crisis: an intensifying wave of suicide attempts."
World: Just how the smoke during the papal conclave gets colored "remains a bit of a mystery."
U.S.: Detroit's financial crisis was "decades in the making, a trail of missteps, of trimming too little, too late, of hoping that deep-rooted structural problems would turn out to be cyclical downturns that might melt away as the economy picked up."
New York: The MTA is discussing rat sterilization.
Business: In Italy, where austerity has led to recession, "businesses of all sizes have been going belly up at the rate of 1,000 a day over the last year."
Science: With the winner of the Intel Science Talent Search contest announced tonight, a look at four finalists and their projects,
Sports: The Yankees are turning to unlikely frugality with a spending ceiling.
Opinion: Emily Bazelon on bullying.
Dance: Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater is " the perfect place in which to let the dances add up after the curtain falls, and to mull over the connections between one work and another" during Paul Taylor's season.
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