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How Private Is Your Email? It Depends

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Actions Toward Protesters Alienate Mayor's Base

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Officer Huy Nguyen shows a video camera worn by some officers in Oakland, Calif. Oakland and dozens of other police departments across the country are equipping officers with tiny body cameras to record anything from a traffic stop to a violent crime in progress. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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As More Police Wear Cameras, Policy Questions Arise

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Grieving families may chip shots out of the rough, or the sand trap, as well as putter on the green.

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A Final Resting Place On The Green, But No Mulligans

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An onlooker takes a photograph of Occupy Wall Street protesters in New York's Zuccotti Park. The demonstrations were inspired by a blog post by Kalle Lasn, founder of Adbusters magazine.

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Exploring Occupy Wall Street's 'Adbuster' Origins

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A note in tribute to Steve Jobs is seen on the window of an Apple Store, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011, in Las Vegas: "I'll miss you Steve. I will always keep thinking different."

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With No Steve Jobs, Will Apple Lose Its Juice?

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'Friends Of Amanda' Elated Knox Is Coming Home

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Who Are You, Really? Activists Fight For Pseudonyms

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As The 'Un-Candidate,' Palin Tests GOP Patience

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Many parents today expect to have choices — and that includes picking and choosing which vaccines their children gets. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Doctors Counter Vaccine Fears In Pacific Northwest

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Child Pornography Bill Makes Privacy Experts Skittish

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The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy breaks ice to support scientific research in the Arctic Ocean near Barrow, Alaska, in this file photo from July 2006 provided by the Coast Guard. In addition to the medium-class Healy, the U.S. just has two polar-class icebreakers — one of which will be decommissioned soon. Prentice Danner/AP hide caption

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In The Arctic Race, The U.S. Lags Behind

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In this July 27 file photo, Sen. Patty Murray speaks as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid listens at a news conference on Capitol Hill. Reid announced earlier this month he's naming Murray to co-chair a powerful supercommittee charged with finding more than $1 trillion in deficit cuts this fall. J.Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Can Low-Key Sen. Murray Guide Supercommittee?

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