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Top Stories: Analyzing President Obama's decision to come out in favor of same-sex marriage. The parents of an American solider held captive by the Taliban revealed that the Obama administration is secretly negotiating to win his freedom via a prisoners swap.

Opinion: Fully exploiting the Canadian tar sands oil reserves would destroy the planet's climate.

Business: The Facebook IPO will likely lead to newly rich entrepreneurs leaving the company to start their businesses.

New York: Of the four New York State Senators who led a revolt against their own party three years ago, two are going to prison and a third is on trial for corruption.

Technology: What are parents to do when their young children inevitably, if accidentally, discover pornography on the internet? An explanation of the internet meme known as "rage comics."

U.S.: Ultra-Orthodox Jews often shun the accuser when they report sexual abuse by members of their own community.

World: Saudi Arabia and the United States have been collaborating for years to infiltrate al Qaeda in Yemen. Moscow's protesters are trying new tactics to try and avoid clashes with police.

Obituaries: Hairdresser and stylist Vidal Sassoon. Nicholas Katzenbach, an attorney general under Lyndon Johnson who fought some of the most important policy battles of the 1960s.

Books: John Irving's new novel is "impressive ... [in] its open fascination with bisexuality, cross-dressing, the politics of gender bending and the ravages of the AIDS epidemic. What’s detrimental is the broad fancifulness of the clowning."

Movies: A documentary explores life at the weather observatory on top of Mount Washington.

Health: Scientists are learning that meditation can play a role in the devleopment of the brain.

Theater: What the failure of Leap of Faith — a show that was nominated for Best Musical at the Tonys, but is closing before the voting is finished because of terrible reviews and poor ticket sales — says about Broadway.

Photo Gallery of the Day: Ciudad Juarez is on the road to recovery after years of drug violence.