Susan Phillips reports a judge has lifted the controversial “doctor gag rule” on natural gas drilling. Laura Benshoff explains Pennsylvania will allow poll watchers to be stationed outside their home districts. Bobby Allyn visits a shuttered Philadelphia church that’s been turned into housing, against neighbors’ wishes. Princeton University appoints its first “diversity dean.” Peter Crimmins talks with Witold Rybczinski, author of the book “Now I sit me down,” about the history of the common chair. And Serenity Baruzzini struggles with whether or not to reveal the results of a test for Asperger’s Syndrome.