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Top Stories: One in three Native American women have been raped, and those in remote villages rarely receive justice. Hamas-run high schools offer Hebrew classes under the title "Know Your Enemy."

Technology: Google is now dealing with numerous inquires about the private data collected by their Street View cars, though company has a knack for staying out of trouble. The launch of the SpaceX rocket was a big moment for the man behind the company, tech entrepreneur Elon Musk.

Religion: Black and other minority Mormons are growing in number and influence within the church.

Politics: Orrin Hatch came to Congress as an upstart primary challenger and now faces one of his own more than 30 years later. Ron Paul's supporters have turned their focus to small House races in order to push their agenda forward.

Television: American Idol ends its season with questions about declining viewers and new competition.

Opinion: Former Treasury Department officials and former hedge fund manager Steven Rattner defends private equity, but admits it's not about creating jobs. Amartya Sen says Europe needs to think about reform on a long term scale and not resort to harsh short-term austerity fixes.

World: As Egyptians vote in the presidential election crime and lawlessness are the country's most pressing issues. The large and aggressive monkey population in New Delhi is overwhelming city officials.

New York: The Harold Interlocking train junction is the cause of many of New York's locomotive disruptions.

Sunday Magazine: A profile of Ina May Gaskin who was one of the earliest and still most prominent advocates for home birth.

Obituaries: Eugene Polley, inventor of the wireless remote control.

Photo Gallery of the Day: Inside four-star restaurant Le Bernardin.