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Venezuelans Tune In For Scoops On Chavez's Health

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A man holds a portrait of Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi during a rally for a candidate of her National League for Democracy party on Friday. The country is holding elections for some parliamentary seats on Sunday. Christophe Archambault/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Myanmar Hurriedly Prepares For An Election

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Revolting Children Matilda

The group Anonymous has threatened to take down the Internet on Saturday to protest anti-piracy proposals that they consider online censorship. Here, a masked protester demonstrates against one such measure last month in Zagreb, Croatia, last month. Hrvoje Polan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Anonymous' Hacking Group Threatens The Internet

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A Ride with Polly Jean Jenny Scheinman
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Hell No! We Won't Go! The Philistines Jr.
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Missin' Something Greyboy, Shawn Lee et. al.
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Syrian opposition groups gathered in Istanbul, Turkey, on Monday, as the factions attempt to form a more unified front. This Sunday, the opposition factions, including the main Syrian National Council, will be joined by diplomats in a meeting of the "Friends of Syria." Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Diplomats Gather, But Syrian Truce Remains Elusive

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Waking Up Weird Royal Bangs
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In 1940, the federal government sent 120,000 census takers across America to ask questions like, "Do you live on a farm?" and "Where were you living on April 1, 1935?" Hansel Mieth/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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1940 Census Release Is 'Super Bowl For Genealogists'

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ONE O'CLOCK BOOGIE COUNT BASIE
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Lone Star Nation: Today, the Texas capitol flies both the American and Texas flags, but after independence the Lone Star flag would fly on its own. Steve Dunwell/Getty Images hide caption

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Lone Star State Of Mind: Could Texas Go It Alone?

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Revolting Children Matilda

Playwright Lisa Kron performs her new work, The Veri**on Play. It's a bitter satire on the tangles of automated customer service. Alan Simons hide caption

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Customer Service Nightmares, Now Onstage

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Rigamarole The City Champs
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Being President Is Like Riding a Tiger Maserati

Poet Kevin Young visits NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Friday as a NewsPoet guest. Doriane Raiman/NPR hide caption

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NewsPoet: Kevin Young Writes The Day In Verse

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