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Top Stories: Theodore B. Olson and Charles J. Cooper—friends and conservatives—argued on opposite sides before the Supreme Court on the question of marriage equality.

World: John Kerry met with a group of Afghan women "who have managed to make their way in male-dominated Afghan society" in a meeting that highlighted progress and concerns. 

National: A lawsuit brought by a young woman in California accuses the founder of bikram yoga "of sexual harassment, discrimination and defamation."

New York: Renters are staying away from the still battered Jersey Shore even as summer approaches. 

Technology: A fight between a spam-fighting group and a Dutch company that hosts sites that are said to send spam is "causing widespread congestion and jamming crucial infrastructure around the world." 

Sports: Twins Markieff and Marcus Morris play for the Phoenix Suns, which has "served as a kind of sneakered laboratory over the years for the study of brotherly dynamics."

Opinion: Leila Schneps and Coralie Colmez on the "bad math" of the Amanda Knox case

Books: Publishers are putting out a number of books for all age ranges on bullying

Dining & Wine: Pete Wells on Red Hook, which "offers an impressive variety of tastes." 

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