'Pre-Adulthood' Separates The Men From The Boys
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Rep. Jane Harman Reflects On Career
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Libyan-American Writer Remembers Benghazi
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Rhee talks to a student at a school in Washington, D.C. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Former D.C. Schools Chief Aims To Put 'StudentsFirst'
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Researchers Link Gene Mutation To Schizophrenia
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Conservative Credits Bush Agenda For Revolutions
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Alabama Retirees Battle City For Pensions Payouts
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Public Sector Unions: Who Do They Really Serve?
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The Supreme Court's Failure To Protect Blacks' Rights
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Singer and teen idol David Cassidy captivated the hearts and minds of many teenage girls, writer Allison Pearson included. AP hide caption

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Allison Pearson's 'Love' Affair With Keith Partridge
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Veterans Sue Pentagon For Handling Of Rapes
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Women Reporters Face Added Risks In Conflict Zones
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"It is mad to stay, like it is mad to become a monk," says Brother Christian (Lambert Wilson) in Xavier Beauvois' Of Gods and Men. Marie-Julie Maille/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Lambert Wilson: 'Of Gods And Men' (And James Bond)
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Melissa Leo, an Oscar nominee for 2008's Frozen River, won a new York Film Critics Circle award for her role in the boxing drama The Fighter. JoJo Whilden/2010 Fighter, LLC. hide caption

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Melissa Leo: Playing Alice Ward In 'The Fighter'
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Natalie Portman plays Nina, a ballerina dancing the roles of both the White Swan and the Black Swan, in Darren Aronofsky's psychological horror film Black Swan. Niko Tavernise via Fox Searchlight hide caption

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Natalie Portman: Going Dark For Thriller 'Black Swan'
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