Day in Review: September 26, 2012


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Get well with new wellness classes at Stanford.

Ezra Klein writes about low information voters.

Lisa Kristine displays her saddening pictures of modern-day slavery.

Clinton suggests there was a link between Al-Queda and the Libya attack.

Finally, the real refs return to NFL games.

A new study reveals the best time to do certain things during the day.

Karl Rove: Romney must expose Obama’s untruths.

George Will on bureaucrats regulating free advice.

One in five families now owe student loan debt.


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