Sculptor and writer Barbara Chase-Riboud is troubled by race-based groupings. She currently has an exhibition of work inspired by Malcolm X at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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What Do We Mean When We Talk About 'Latino Art'?

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Kennedy Assassination Becomes Part Of Popular Culture

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Amid Nuclear Talks, Iran Pushes Diplomacy Online

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Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley speaks during an Oct. 27 fundraiser for his Senate campaign at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines. Braley was one of 39 Democrats who voted Friday for legislation to allow insurance companies to continue offering policies that would otherwise be canceled because they don't meet the standards of the Affordable Care Act. Scott Morgan/AP hide caption

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Yellow Dogs, an indie band from Iran, fled to the United States in 2010 to avoid crackdowns on rock music. This past week, the band met tragedy in a murder/suicide. Danny Krug/AP hide caption

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President Kennedy addresses the nation about the economy in 1962. He presided over an economic turnaround. AP/John F. Kennedy Library and Museum hide caption

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Craig Cobb wanted to turn tiny Leith, N.D. into a haven for white supremacists. But a recent DNA test found that 14 percent of his ancestry comes from sub-Saharan Africa. Kevin Cederstrom/AP hide caption

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Pedro Quezada, the winner of a $338 million Powerball jackpot, sent $57 million of his winnings to the Dominican Republic, according to his lawyer. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Since Post-Vietnam Era, Fewer Veterans In Congress

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Detroit Mayor 'Asked To Save City While Holding Kryptonite'

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Democrats, Republicans Split Election Wins In Virginia, N.J.

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Politics: Mixed Messages Regarding Iran, U.S. Elections

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