Quarterback Darron Thomas of the Oregon Ducks (right) threw for 30 touchdowns with only 6 interceptions this season. The Ducks beat UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship to earn a spot in the Rose Bowl, where they'll face Wisconsin. Steve Dykes/Getty Images hide caption

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College Football Bowl Preview: Compelling Matchups, Dead Ahead

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An artist's conception shows Voyager 1 encountering a stagnation region. To the left is interstellar space. NASA/JPL-Caltech hide caption

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Voyager 1 Speeds Toward The Brink Of Interstellar Space

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Artist's concept of NASA's Voyager spacecraft. For 35 years, the probes have been beaming images and information back to Earth via a 23-watt transmitter. NASA/JPL-Caltech hide caption

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A Survivor's Duty After Pearl Harbor: Telling The Story

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The battleships USS West Virginia and USS Tennessee burn in Pearl Harbor after the Japanese air attack on Dec. 7, 1941. National Archives hide caption

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Xeni Jardin photographs herself at a breast cancer screening clinic Thursday. Posting the photo on Twitter, she wrote, "Instagrammed my mammogram. The cloth gowns at @pinklotusbc make you feel like its gonna be ok." Xeni Jardin hide caption

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David Frum Asks, 'When Did The GOP Lose Touch?'

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With five of Thursday's six teams owning winning records, the NFL's 2011 Thanksgiving Day games are creating some anticipation. In Atlanta, a fan got into the holiday spirit last week, wearing a turkey/referee hat. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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NFL's Thanksgiving Day Lineup: Grudge Matches, Not 'Turkeys'

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Chris Kimball uses "secret" ingredients to make his Thanksgiving dishes special, including herb roasted turkey, green beans, corn-flake stuffing and multigrain rolls. And for dessert, he made a spiced pumpkin cheesecake. Becky Lettenberger/NPR hide caption

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Thanksgiving Secrets: Cook's Tips From Chris Kimball

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"We got the number of the Vatican and called the pope," Steve Jobs says of the first project he worked on with Steve Wozniak. Later, the two founded Apple Computer. hide caption

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Facebook is on the verge of adopting new "opt in" privacy settings, according to reports. Here, company founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a visit to Cambridge, Mass., Monday. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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