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Congress' Split On Afghanistan Isn't Along Party Lines

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Greek Bailout Is Accompanied By Greek Resentment

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BLUE TRAIN JOHN COLTRANE
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'Napoleon' Returns To Conquer — The Screen

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Human Qualities Explosions in the Sky

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Confusion Wins In Missouri's 'Chaotic' Caucus Process

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End Title The Album Leaf
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Actor George Clooney is led away in handcuffs from Sudan's embassy in Washington, D.C., on Friday. Clooney, his father, Nick, and others including Democratic Rep. Jim Moran of Virginia and NAACP President Ben Jealous, were arrested as they demonstrated to bring attention to the humanitarian crisis in Sudan. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Starring On Capitol Hill: The Celebrity Or The Cause?

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Look Back, Look Up Codes in the Clouds