Former Sen. Rick Santorum shakes hands with supporters before speaking at a campaign stop in Fort Mill, S.C., on Friday. Fort Mill is just over the line from North Carolina, and some voters wish they could cross over for the primary Saturday. John W. Adkisson/Getty Images hide caption

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Carolina Blues: N.C. GOP Looks South With Envy

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Fly Like an Eagle Steve Miller Band
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Michael McFaul, the architect of the reset of relations with Russia, is now the U.S. ambassador to Moscow as the countries work through a series of difficult issues. Here, McFaul is shown at his Jan. 10 swearing-in at the Sate Department, a ceremony presided over by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Astrid Riecken/Getty images hide caption

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New U.S. Ambassador Already Facing Critics In Russia

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Florida Gov. Rick Scott delivers the State of the State address to a joint session of the Florida Legislature last week. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Florida's Unpopular Governor Retools His Image

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Megaupload.com employees Bram van der Kolk, also known as Bramos (from left); Finn Batato; Mathias Ortmann; and founder, former CEO and current Chief Innovation Officer Kim Dotcom appear in North Shore District Court in Auckland, New Zealand, on Friday. Greg Bowker/AP hide caption

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China appears to be rethinking its reliance on oil from Iran. Here, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (right) visits with the members of the Saudi Arabia-China Friendship Association on the outskirt of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, earlier this month. Liu Weibing/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Egyptian women show their ink-stained fingers after voting at a polling station earlier this month. According to the election results, less than 2 percent of parliamentarians will be female. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Christian Bale: An American In China

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