Obama and the Brain, Ireland for Breezy Point, and LeBron's Stand

Esther Zuckerman

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Top Stories: The Obama administration is planning a long-term project to examine at the human brain. 

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World: In Kabul's "Car Guantánamo" automobiles languish after getting in trouble with the Kabul traffic police. 

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U.S.: A Supreme Court case about Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act which "contends that the provision has outlived its purpose of protecting minority voters in an era when a black man has been re-elected to the presidency" is set to be argued.

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New York: Hurricane Sandy's destruction of Breezy Point, a community with Irish roots, has in turn become "something of a popular cause in Ireland." 

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Technology: Silicon Valley is looking at online gambling as their next big business

Sports: LeBron James' participation in his union this weekend was a rarity among the league's stars. 

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Music: The Metropolitan Opera's new Parisfal is " pervasively and intentionally gloomy" according to Anthony Tommasini.