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Eye On The Jewish Vote, Romney Commits To Israel

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Wicker Baskets Jars of Clay
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An old taxi is pushed toward a vehicle license office to be exchanged for an import permit in Yangon, Myanmar. As many Burmese citizens take cars as an investment, many imports are sold and resold with a higher markup. Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Cars For Clunkers: Myanmar Swaps Old Rides For New

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Olympic Mashups Make The Mood In London

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Killer Joe (2012) is the latest film from William Friedkin, the director of The French Connection and The Exorcist. The movie, which stars Matthew McConaughey, earned an NC-17 rating for its violent content. LD Entertainment hide caption

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Matthew McConaughey's Year Of Acting Dangerously

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Detroit-born singer Maureen McDonald, who goes by MoZella, says she wanted her new album to sound like the music her mother grew up on and loved. Robert Carter/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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MoZella: Recording An Homage To The Motor City

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