All In All, Canada's Olympic Track Record Still Shines
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In the first such criminal trial of its kind, Judge Oscar Magi, shown here Wednesday in a Milan courtroom flanked by an aide, sentenced three Google executives to a six-month suspended sentence and absolved them of defamation charges. AP/APTN hide caption

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Internet Freedom A Relative Concept
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Stacks of rocks built by passersby near the Olympic Village in Vancouver. The piles are reminiscent of the inukshuk, a kind of stone cairn found in the Arctic that has been adopted as the official symbol of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Vancouver Olympic Logo: A Smiling Marker Of Death?
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Protesters Prepare For Vancouver Games
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First Nation aboriginals perform for International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge as he tours the Olympic Village in Vancouver this week. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Olympics Met With Mixed Emotions By First Nations
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Vancouver Tries To Polish 'Skid Road' For Olympics
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A woman walks past an anti-Olympics mural hanging on the outside of a gallery in Vancouver in mid-December. The mural reappeared shortly after the city had removed it earlier in the month. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press/AP hide caption

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Enthusiasm For Winter Games Falling In Vancouver
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Keli Carender attends a Tea Party protest in February 2009. Courtesy of Keli Carender hide caption

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Tea Party Star Leads Movement On Her Own Terms
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Palin To Spread Conservative Message On Fox News
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Rethinking A Move Away From Credit Cards
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Groups Complain To FTC About Facebook Changes
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Priest Challenges New Translation Of Mass
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Authorities: Little Chance Oregon Climbers Are Alive
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