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In this 2011 photo, Tennessee Education Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Paul Hargrove and her finance officer, Andy Davis, stand after completing a presentation to a state Senate task force in Nashville. Erik Schelzig/AP hide caption

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Lottery Legend Has Seen A Lot Of Winning Tickets

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Woodward Avenue runs through Midtown, a Detroit neighborhood that is reviving in the midst of the larger city's decline. In the background is downtown Detroit. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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Reinvigorating A Detroit Neighborhood, Block By Block

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Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont. left, and Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., speak about overhauling tax policy to an audience at the 3M tech company on Monday. Hannah Foslien/AP hide caption

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A Bipartisan Duo Takes Tax Pitch On The Road

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The bridge leading to Tahrir Square in Cairo was quiet Saturday morning, but activists say more than 100 women were sexually assaulted during protests there last week. Hiro Komae/AP hide caption

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Political Crisis In Egypt

Sexual Assaults Reportedly Rampant During Egypt Protests

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Palestinians wait for Mohammed Assaf, the first Palestinian winner of the Arab Idol contest, in front of his family home in the southern Gaza Strip last Tuesday. The cheering for Assaf crossed political and ideological divides. Adel Hana/AP hide caption

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Pretend Leaders Excite Palestinians' Democratic Spirit

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