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Top Stories: U.S. military planners and their allies are determining what forces in Afghanistan are going to look like after 2014.
World: In Bangladesh, where the garment industry is big business that exports to global clothing brands, more than 100 people died at a garment factory over the weekend.
U.S.: The Times tells the story behind "Innocence of Muslims," the anti-Islam film that incited riots in the Middle East, through interviews with those that worked on it. Foremost among those is the first extensive sit-down with Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man who conceived of the film, though "as with almost everything touched over the years by Mr. Nakoula — a former gas station manager, bong salesman, methamphetamine ingredient supplier and convicted con man — it is almost impossible to separate fact from fabrication."
New York: An unusual element of the 2013 New York mayoral race: no "major" Jewish candidates vying for the seat.
Media & Advertising: Oprah's empire does not have the verve it once had, as she does not have her network television platform to bring people into her products, including O, The Oprah Magazine.
Technology: Courts grapple with how to handle data stored on cellphones and when and how it can be searched.
Sports: After retiring at 32, former N.F.L. star Jake Plummer seeks to "to reclaim a part of himself that he once left behind" as he reacquaints himself with the world of football.
Opinion: Jon Meacham on presidential entertaining as a skill Obama can take from Thomas Jefferson.
Dance: George Balanchine's Nutcracker returns to Lincoln Center and remains the Nutcracker "to keep returning to."
Books: Janet Maslin reviews the memoir from Grace Coddington, Vogue's creative director, which is "splashy" and "dishy" and "charmingly forthright."