Former Liberian President Charles Taylor takes notes during his trial Thursday. He was found guilty of aiding war crimes in Sierra Leone. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In His Own Country, Charles Taylor Still Has Support

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Michael Morton and his mother, Patricia Morton, in October after a judge announced him free on bond after nearly 25 years in prison for a wrongful conviction. Courtesy of The Williamson County Sun hide caption

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Free After 25 Years: A Tale Of Murder And Injustice

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Pedestrians in Philadelphia cross a street in view of a billboard with a photo by Zoe Strauss. Only a dozen years after first picking up a camera to chronicle her beloved hometown's overlooked people and places, Strauss was honored with a solo show at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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Taking Photo Exhibits To The Streets

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Beth (Diane Keaton) and her daughter (Elisabeth Moss) rescue an injured dog from the side of the highway. Beth's husband (Kevin Kline) later loses the beloved pet, an event co-writer Meg Kasdan says is inspired by a real-life incident. Wilson Webb/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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A Creative Collaboration With A 'Darling Companion'

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House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, accompanied by fellow Republicans John Kline (left) of Minnesota and Jeb Hensarling of Texas, speaks about the student loan bill on Wednesday. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Presidential Politics Hits The Hill, And Students Win

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Michelle Yeoh plays pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi in The Lady. Yeoh says it was important that the film portrayed Suu Kyi's struggles realistically, including how her 15-year house arrest kept her from her husband and sons. Cohen Media Group hide caption

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Michelle Yeoh: Portraying An Icon In 'The Lady'

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Leah Lizarondo. with her hands covered in plastic bags, gathers stinging nettles. Larkin Page-Jacobs for NPR hide caption

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Taming Those Wild, Stinging Backyard Greens Into Dinner

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Director Garry Marshall and sister, actress-director Penny Marshall, seen here in 2004 when she received her star on the Walk Of Fame. Vince Bucci/Getty Images hide caption

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Garry Marshall On His 'Happy Days'

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