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World: In China the one-child policy comes under criticism and evaluation. The popularity of drug cocktails made from kratom leaves in Thailand concerns authorities.
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U.S.: Residents of Aurora mourn as information is gathered about the suspect in the movie theater shooting.
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New York: A tree trunk with a knot said to resemble the Virgin Mary draws crowds of the devotional and also the wary.
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Business: Fashion magazines are growing in China where they have an eager audience interested in the products they advertise.
Technology: For Facebook "to please Wall Street, [it] must first curry favor with Madison Avenue, and it is scrambling to do just that."
Media & Advertising: David Carr argues that Yahoo is a media company.
Sports: Ernie Els won the British Open as his friend Adam Scott's game suffered.
Opinion: Chip Kidd imagines MetroCard advertisements.
Theater: Ben Brantley reviews Cate Blanchett in Uncle Vanya.
Art & Design: Jeffrey Deitch's reign at Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art "has so far been a disappointment even to the people who thought it was a feasible idea in the first place."
Television: Members of the mob are all over TV and talking.