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And while Abramson's dismissal remains a notably high trending item for journalists, the world of news keeps turning. The Boston Globe reports a major development in 2012 double murder in Boston allegedly linked to Aaron Hernandez took place, for instance. Additionally, The Washington Post reveals that FCC approved a plan to allow for paid priority on Internet. Also, The Guardian is challenging lethal injection secrecy in a landmark Missouri lawsuit.

Meanwhile, TIME tells us there's a rape crisis on the Missoula Campus, as Mother Jones investigates how gun extremists target women: with spitting, stalking and rape threats.

And at today's 9/11 museum dedication, they decided to scrap the idea of Idina Menzel singing "Bridge Over Troubled Water" after Chris Christie's scheduled speech. "Levity after incredibly moving ceremony," mused Matt Spence at The Times.

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