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Who Gets To See The President's Pajamas?

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Mexican and Peruvian fighters take aim at the American eagle that sits above Siqueiros' crucified peasant in America Tropical. Courtesy of Luis C. Garz hide caption

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Revolutionary Mural To Return To L.A. After 80 Years

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During his six-decade career, Monet created more than 2,000 paintings. Two hundred of them -- including his renderings of London's Houses of Parliament in sun (left) and fog -- are on display at the Grand Palais museum in Paris. Jacques Demarthon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet

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