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Approximately 85 million bottles of water are consumed every day in the United States. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Gail Lumet Buckley (left) and her mother, Lena Horne, at an awards ceremony in 1987. Buckley's book, The Hornes: An American Family, charts her family's roots. G. Paul Burnett/AP hide caption

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Annette Bening's brittle, wounded Karen can't always connect to the people (Elpidia Carrillo, Simone Lopez and Jimmy Smits) in her life. Ralph Nelson/Sony Picture Classics hide caption

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Members of the Red Cross carry orphans from Haiti arriving in France for adoption by French families. All had been adopted prior to the massive earthquake that killed an estimated 200,000 people on Jan. 12. Boris Horvat/Pool/AP hide caption

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The three-CD reissue of Chick Corea's Solo Piano Improvisations/Children's Songs -- which will be released on May 25, 2010 -- demonstrates how composing and improvising are two sides of the same coin. Michael Putland/Hulton Archive hide caption

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Doug Glanville played the majority of his career with the Philadelphia Phillies, his favorite team when he was growing up. Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images hide caption

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Rodrigo Garcia is the son of Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. He previously directed the film Nine Lives and various episodes of HBO's In Treatment and Six Feet Under. Francois Duhamel/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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A sketch by courtroom artist Janet Hamlin shows Omar Khadr (left) at a hearing with his defense team in the courthouse for the U.S. military war crimes commission at Guantanamo Bay. Janet Hamlin/Pool/AP hide caption

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During Prohibition, underground speakeasies sprang up in cities across the United States. One estimate says that for every legitimate bar that closed during Prohibition, six speakeasies opened in its place. Simon & Schuster hide caption

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Ian Carmichael played Lord Peter Wimsey, an archetype for the British gentleman detective. Acorn Media hide caption

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Sharon Jones leads the Brooklyn-based funk and soul band The Dap-Kings, whose music mixes percussion, trumpets, guitar, organs, bass and Jones' sultry vocals. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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LeBron James says his mental approach on the basketball court is more important than his physical game. Mark Duncan/AP hide caption

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After revealing that he is, indeed, the Iron Man, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) hangs outside of his swanky pad in his swanky suit of armor where he throws out zingers with his expert comedic timing. Industrial Light & Magic hide caption

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Thousands of protesters rallied against the new Arizona law regarding illegal immigrants April 25 at the capitol in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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The cast of the Broadway revival of Promises, Promises includes Sean Hayes (center) in the role originated by Jerry Orbach in 1968. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Randy Frost and Gail Steketee use this photo-illustration to demonstrate how extreme hoarding can take over spaces designed for other purposes. Oxford University Press hide caption

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