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Violence Abroad Threatens Students, As Do Guns At U.S. Schools

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Mike Huckabee, left, sits with RNC Chairman Reince Priebus before Huckabee spoke at the Republican National Committee winter meeting in Washington on Thursday, Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Eyes On 2016, GOP Revisits The Rebranding

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Mexican artist Pedro Reyes received 6,700 weapons from the Mexican government, from which he sculpted instruments. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption

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Artist Transforms Guns To Make Music — Literally

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This French mechanical table was intended for Madame de Pompadour. The designs depict her many interests, including gardening, painting, music and architecture. Metropolitan Museum of Art hide caption

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The Art Of Vanity On Display In 'The History Of The Dressing Table'

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Taking on her third role in the long-running revival of the musical Chicago, Bebe Neuwirth (left) plays prison matron Mama Morton. Amra-Faye Wright currently plays Velma Kelly — the part for which Neuwirth won a Tony Award in 1997. Jeremy Daniel/ hide caption

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Neuwirth Returns To Broadway, With More 'Class' Than Ever

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Three Years Later, Tahrir Protesters Drained And Defeated

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Reinventing The Music Video, One Street Corner At A Time

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Before He Fell To Earth, 'The Little Prince' Was Born In N.Y.

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The Life, musical play [Use What You Got]