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One Hundred Other Lovers Devotchka

Television shows like CSI provide an unrealistic view of the technology available to death investigators. In this photo from a recent episode of CSI:NY, characters Det. Josephine "Jo" Danville (Sela Ward) confers with Dr. Sheldon Hawkes (Hill Harper) and Dr. Sid Hammerback (Robert Joy) in their lab. Sonja Flemming/CBS hide caption

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Is The 'CSI Effect' Influencing Courtrooms?

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What You Had When You Knew You Believed Moon Hotel Lounge Project

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A Classic In 30 Minutes: 'Four Strong Winds'

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Blowin' in the Wind Vitamin String Quartet
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Clinton Sticks To U.S. Principles On Egyptian Reform

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Everyone is Going Todd Sickafoose
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Barnacle Todd Sickafoose

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder (left) talks with Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Tom Perez during the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program at the Department of Justice on Jan. 11. The department is putting a focus on civil rights, including developing special units. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Justice Department Focuses On Civil Rights

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Spice Up Your Super Bowl With Sriracha Sauce

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Masters Hands Charlotte Gainsbourg
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There'll Come a Time The Partridge Family
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Yale Glee Club: Reuniting, And It Feels So Good

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Canvas Imogen Heap
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