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World: Taliban-affiliate, the Haqqani network, has been solidified as the "the most ominous threat to the fragile American-Pakistani relationship."
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U.S.: The Democratic Party is on the way to putting same-sex marriage on their platform.
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New York: A sergeant was acquitted of "the most serious charges" in the case of a Chinese-American private who committed suicide.
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Technology: Companies are using social media as a market research technique, asking users to help with tasks including picking chip flavors and crowdsourcing a new beer.
Science: The Curiosity heads towards Mars.
Health: In dealing with AIDS "scientists’ and patients’ visions of cure can be worlds apart, just like their visions of treatment and health."
Sports: The world record-breaking time of swimmer Ye Shiwen in the 400 individual medley elicits speculation. Beach volleyball, with its bikinis and cheerleaders, has "has had a hard time proving itself against more established events," but the British tabloids love it.
Television: Disney, long trying to hide its racially insensitive past, has a gained "support from black viewers" for their cartoon Doc McStuffins which features an African American heroine.
Music: The Newport Folk Festival "was a gathering of musicians concerned with craft and adept at recycling traditional forms for contemporary uses."
Opinion: Joe Nocera on the U.S. Postal Service.