Top Stories: Lead In Missing NY Child Case; US Hacks Al-Qaida Website : The Two-Way Top stories include: New York police say a man has implicated himself in the disappearance of New York City boy Etan Patz 33 years ago; the U.S. is hacking al-Qaida websites by replacing anti-American ads with information on how attacks hurt Yemenis.
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Top Stories: Lead In Missing NY Child Case; US Hacks Al-Qaida Website

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Man Has Implicated Himself In Etan Patz Disappearance, NY Police Say.

Cyber Countershot: U.S. Hacks Web Ads Of Al-Qaida's Yemen Affiliate.

Brother Of Chinese Dissident Also Flees Village, Seeks Help For Son. (BBC)

U.N. Panel Says Syrian Army Commits Majority Of Human Rights Abuses, Rebels Also To Blame. (AFP)

Hurricane Bud Forms In Pacific Off Mexican Coast, Could Make Landfall. (NHC)

Fire On Nuclear Powered Submarine In Maine Shipyard Injures Seven. (Union Leader)

Jurors In Edwards Corruption Trial Begin Fifth Day Of Deliberations. (CNN)

Private SpaceX Rocket Flies By International Space Station, Prepares For Docking Tomorrow. (Los Angeles Times)

Testimony Winding Down In Alleged Ft. Hood Bomb Plot. (AP)

Unabomber Submits Information For Harvard Alumni Book, Lists Life Sentences As "Awards". (Boston Herald)

Singer/Songwriter Phillip Phillips Wins 11th Season Of American Idol. (MTV)