Haiti, New York's Yogurt Summit, and Paul Ryan's Clothes

Esther Zuckerman
Haiti, New York's Yogurt Summit, and Paul Ryan's Clothes

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Top Stories: Two and a half years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti there is still a need for "safe, stable housing for all displaced people" and the disparities are striking. 

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World: The kidnappings of Syrians in Lebanon "reflected Lebanon’s vulnerability to violence reverberating from Syria’s nearly 18-month-old uprising against President Bashar al-Assad."

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U.S.: The Blackfeet tribe is divided over leaders' decision to "to tap their land’s buried wealth" — oil. 

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New York: Jay-Z's involvement in the Nets has been unprecedented for a celebrity investor. Yesterday was New York State's first "Yogurt Summit." 

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Business: For people wanting to get between New York, Washington D.C. and Boston, Amtrak has replaced air travel as the go to way of getting around. 

Sports: Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners pitches a perfect game. 

Opinion: Gail Collins on what the Romney-Ryan ticket would do to health care. 

Art & Design: In Syria, concern over the cultural treasures that could get caught in the middle of the fighting. 

Style: Cathy Horyn on Paul Ryan's too-big wardrobe: "He was swimming in his coat, like Tom Hanks in 'Big' when he becomes a kid again." Retail has returned to Madison Avenue and they are bringing youth to the neighborhood.