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Romney Vows To Take Nevada's Vote To Washington

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Passion Play William Fitzsimmons
On Your Way The Album Leaf
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ALTER's newsroom no longer operates as part of the strike. Instead, the unpaid staff is broadcasting messages demanding their pay and accusing the company's owner of defrauding them. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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Employed But Not Paid, Some Greeks Voice Protest

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Ride David Allan Coe
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'Driving America': A Cultural Road Trip Through Time

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The Romantic (And Still Relevant) Sound Of Bolero

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United States Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice spoke after the Security Council vote on Saturday, saying the United States was "disgusted" by Russia and China's veto. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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Syria Veto 'Outrageous' Says U.N. Envoy Susan Rice

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A Little Song Aram Kachaturian
Sur le Fleuve Anouar Brahem
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Worshippers Kicked Out Of N.Y. School On Principle

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English novelist Charles Dickens was born on Feb. 7, 1812. He was the second of eight children, and had little formal education. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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A Tale Of Two Centuries: Charles Dickens Turns 200

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