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World: The unknown whereabouts of Xi Jinping provoke some to say "Chinese political ship is adrift, with factions jockeying to shape an impending Communist Party conclave."
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Politics: Romney's advisers explain how he would handled foreign policy, in light of this week's events.
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U.S.: Aging bikers have turned to trikes, which are "equal parts 'Easy Rider' and easy chair."
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New York: The Ramble in Central Park is where worlds of lewdness and bird watching intersect.
Business: y in the organic world over California over a California proposition insisting on the labeling of genetically modified foods.
Technology: Google's block of the anti-Muslim video in Egypt and Libya "raises fundamental questions about the control that Internet companies have over online expression."
Baseball: Tyler Kepner on the power of home runs.
Pro Football: An obituary for the mustache of Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.
Opinion: Prudence Bushnell on making diplomacy safer. Paul Krugman on whether the iPhone can boost the economy.
Art & Design: Roberta Smith pans the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new Andy Warhol show.
Movies: A. O. Scott calls The Master "imposing, confounding and altogether amazing."