College Football Winds Down Ahead Of Final BCS Championship

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Blogger Arrested For Inciting A Protest In Egypt

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Why Countries Invest Differently In Environmental Issues

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Bill Cosby performs his stand-up special, Far From Finished. The actor and comedian has been working in show business for 50 years. Erinn Chalene Cosby/Comedy Central hide caption

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Bill Cosby, Still Himself After All These Years

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Dallas To Commemorate Anniversary Of Kennedy Assassination

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Since Post-Vietnam Era, Fewer Veterans In Congress

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Expectations Grow For Deal On Iran's Nuclear Program

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Why Do People Agree To Work In Boring Jobs?

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SAC Capital Agrees To Plead Guilty To Insider Trading

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BlackBerry Abandons Plans To Sell Itself, Replaces CEO

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Murder Trial Begins For Egypt's Ex-President Then Adjourns

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Politics: Mixed Messages Regarding Iran, U.S. Elections

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Why We Care More About Losses Than Gains

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Becca Bullard commutes every day from Arlington, Va., via Metro's Virginia Square station to her work in downtown Washington, D.C. Her commute to work begins around 9 a.m. (left), and she arrives home around 6:30 p.m. (right). Courtesy of Becca Bullard hide caption

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How One D.C. Suburb Set A Gold Standard For Commuting

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