Disqualifications Hit Egyptian Elections

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Afghanistan Hit By Deadly Attacks

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Dramatic Storms Strike Dallas-Fort Worth Area

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Ranchers' Land Becomes Ground Zero In Energy Fight

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Richard Holbrooke and Katharine Pierce as students in 1961 at Brown University. Katharine Pierce hide caption

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Lost Malcolm X Speech Heard Again 50 Years Later

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Gingrich Attacks Front-Runner Romney

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Language drives Johnson's art since her illness, as depicted in her piece called Enthusiastic, created in 2009.

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How Crossword Puzzles Unlocked An Artist's Memory

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Derrick Bell, the first tenured black professor at Harvard Law School, died of cancer Wednesday. He is seen here in 2002.

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Derrick Bell, Influential Legal Scholar, Dies At 80

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Japan Defeats U.S. In Women's World Cup Final

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Protesters, Israeli Troops Clash At Border

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Embassies Attacked After Gadhafi Son's Reported Death

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Artillery Fire Reported In Libya

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