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Annie's Song Chuck Loeb
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America's Magnet For Innovation, And Investments

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From the Rooftops The Funk Ark

This room, known as the Cenacle on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, is venerated as the site of Jesus' Last Supper. Jews and Muslims also consider the building to be a holy site, and it has been a source of contention for years. Israel and the Vatican may be nearing an agreement. Richard T. Nowitz/Corbis hide caption

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Vatican, Israel Spar Over Disputed Last Supper Site

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Many Colors Of Prejudice Are Revealed In 'Dark Girls'

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Ohio Tears Through Blighted Housing Problem

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Boycotts Hitting Group Behind 'Stand Your Ground'

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A wobbling of the Earth on its axis about 20,000 years ago may have kicked off a beginning to the end of the last ice age. Glaciers in the Arctic and Greenland began to melt, which resulted in a warming of the Earth, a new study says. Above, Greenland's Russell Glacier, seen in 1990. Veronique Durruty/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images hide caption

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Shake It Off: Earth's Wobble May Have Ended Ice Age

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