Gregory Peck Stamp Delivers 'Mockingbird' Memories

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Labor Dept. Job Hunting For Youths

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Simpson Prosecutor Marcia Clark Takes On Fiction

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Owner Of Newsweek Sidney Harman Dies

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Tuskegee Airmen: 'Rock Stars' Of American History

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A cargo container ship passes under the Vincent Thomas Bridge at the Port of Los Angeles. Officials say the facility regularly monitors for any potential source of radiation. Tim Rue/Port of Los Angeles hide caption

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U.S. Ports Watch For Radiation In Japanese Cargo

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A.C. Lyles in his Paramount office, which is lined with photos of friends and colleagues from his 83 years in the movie business. Lyles has spent his entire career at Paramount. Courtesy A.C. Lyles hide caption

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Like The Oscars, A.C. Lyles Marks 83 Years In Movies

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Maria Altmann, Who Sought Nazi-Looted Art, Dies

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MTV's 'Skins' Shows A Bit More Than Some Might Like

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Designer Roy Halston Frowick, known best by his middle name only, with model Pat Cleveland at a party following the Coty Awards in 1972. Halston frequently used Cleveland to showcase his fluid, body-hugging designs. Ron Galella/WireImage hide caption

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Black Models Celebrated As Runway Revolutionaries

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Places in California, including Stockton, are pocked with abandoned homes, like this one in 2008. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Will The Housing Bust Create New Rust Belts?

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Wolfgang Puck contributes leftovers from his post-Oscars Governors Ball gala to Angel Harvest, a nonprofit that delivers edible leftovers from businesses to places like shelters, food pantries and soup kitchens. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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L.A. Effort Matches Leftover Food With The Hungry

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Supporters of Proposition 8, the California measure that restricts legal marriage to heterosexual couples, stand between opponents of the measure in San Francisco in August. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals begins deliberations Monday on the legality of same-sex marriage in the state. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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In Calif., Prop. 8 Debate Tests Limits Of Tolerance

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Blake Mycoskie, 34, who calls himself the Chief Shoe Giver, created a business model that lets him give back. For one pair of Toms shoes purchased, the company gives one pair away -- from the Gulf Coast to Argentina to Ethiopia. Courtesy of Toms hide caption

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'Soul Mates': Shoe Entrepreneur Finds Love In Giving

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