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Residents visit the tomb of a loved one at the New Kerbala cemetery in the holy city of Kerbala, Iraq, in 2007. Mushtaq Muhammad /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Middle East

Face To Face With Death In Iraq

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A jury convicted Richards after a photo of what was thought to be a bite mark on the victim's hand was submitted as evidence at trial. Courtesy of Jan Stiglitz hide caption

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Around the Nation

Forensic Advances Raise New Questions About Old Convictions

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., questions Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke during a Senate hearing last month. Senators from both ends of the political spectrum argue that financial reforms are insufficient to protect taxpayers from potential risks posed by large banks. Gary Cameron/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Odd Political Bedfellows Agree: Banks Still Too Big To Fail

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The 63-year-old Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in Washington, D.C., has been labeled structurally deficient — as is 1 in 9 bridges in America. Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times/Landov hide caption

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U.S. Gets Low Marks On Infrastructure From Engineers' Group

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Rembrandt, A Lady and Gentleman in Black, 1633. Oil on canvas, 131.6 x 109 cm. Inscribed at the foot: Rembrandt.ft: 1633. This monumental work hung in a prominent spot in the Dutch Room, visible through its windows overlooking the court. Rembrandt completed this work in his second year in Amsterdam in 1632. FBI hide caption

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The Two-Way

FBI Says It Knows Who's Behind Biggest Art Museum Heist In History

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Craft beers for sale in Chicago. Craft beer has about a 6 percent market share in the U.S. beer market, which is dominated by Anheuser-Busch InBev and MillerCoors. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Craft Brews Slowly Chipping Away At Big Beer's Dominance

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The Four Standard Works, which contains the Holy Bible, the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants and the Pearl of Great Price, are the holy scriptures of the Mormon Church. Craig F. Walker/Denver Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Mormons Change References To Blacks, Polygamy

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Traffic drives through Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on Wednesday. Ten years after the start of the war, bullet holes still mark buildings, and towers wrecked by U.S. missiles and tank shells have not been fully rebuilt. Hadi Mizban/AP hide caption

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Iraq

The Iraq War: 10 Years Later, Where Do We Stand?

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Diners eat at Fouquet's restaurant, a landmark on the Champs Elysees in Paris for more than a century. Traditional cafes and shops are steadily giving way to large global chains. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Global Chains Move In, The Champs Elysees Gets A New Look

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Twin Horns Of Joy? Members of the band The Bottom Dollars play on the street in Austin, Texas, during the opening night of the South by Southwest music festival. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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All Songs Considered

What To Expect At SXSW 2013

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