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Jace Lacob reviews NBC’s ‘Mockingbird Lane,’ tonight’s dark remake by ‘Pushing Daisies’ guru Bryan Fuller.
Is the highly anticipated time-traveling a hit or a disaster? Ramin Setoodeh and Marlow Stern debate.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy said that the president of France should elope with his partner, Valerie Trierweiler.
The father of a girl who was shot by the Pakistani-Taliban said he is grateful for the world’s prayers.
Bill Bain, founder of Bain & Co. and Bain Capital, has been silent in the campaign. Until now.
Mark Thompson faces a contract battle at the Times, and questions over the BBC’s Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal. By Daniel Gross and Michael Moynihan.
Allegations that its highly-caffeinated drinks caused several deaths is a PR debacle for Monster, Eliza Shapiro reports.
The military was the first major American institution to integrate African Americans. It’s now open to gay and lesbian soldiers. It’s time to let women serve in combat, writes Megan H. MacKenzie.
Their dance-pop sound is infectious and they just ruled CMJ Music Marathon. Marlow Stern meets rising Swedish duo Icona Pop.
He could make his party more centrist or cave in to arch-conservatives or even be a GOP Clinton. By Eleanor Clift.
A shocking Saudi oil attack and Hizbullah’s drone over Israel signal lethal capabilities. By Bruce Riedel.
As Romney’s ‘surge’ erodes, it’s back to reality—and the president’s electoral strength. By Robert Shrum.
As the president cast a first-ever pre-Election Day ballot, early voting experts say the returns to date show signs of Democratic momentum. James Warren reports.
John Avlon runs through the overheated, often unhinged obsessively anti-Obama canon. PLUS: An interactive stroll through the hate.
Microsoft aimed high for its relaunch. But bloggers’ lack of enthusiasm was palpable. By Nina Strochlic.
What do houses, cars and phones have in common? They need copper. Bill Carter talks to Peter Madden about the powerful industry.
Washington Post columnist puzzled by Romney (no joke)
Only at Apple could at $36 billion quarter seem disappointing. Matthew Zeitlin crunches the numbers.
Roi Bachmutsky looks at the uproar at the UC Berkeley over protests against protests against Israel.
The Daily Pic: The Chinese artist riffs on Psy's Korean pop sensation.