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World: Fighting in Aleppo, Syria is "disrupting the city and threatening to open new rifts among ethnic groups that have long coexisted there."
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U.S.: The Seattle Police Department has instituted 51 hyper-local Twitter accounts with "moment-to-moment crime reports."
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New York: The politics of soda at the Barclays Center.
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Business: After a "love hotel" sale in Japan, controversy over new ownership.
Science: Alan Dudley has spent four decades collecting skulls "and his collection makes up one of the finest and most comprehensive known."
Sports: The Red Sox are ending a disappointing season and Bobby Valentine could be at the end of his career in major league baseball.
Opinion: Frank Bruni on debate expectations. David Brooks speaks for Mitt Romney.
Theater: Lawyers get involved in the curious case of the musical Rebecca's money loss and cancellation.
Books: Four new memoirs look at hunting for ethical and culinary reasons.