Two years ago, college students on the NAACP's "Vote Hard" bus tour encouraged people to vote in Selma, Ala., in the presidential race. African-American voters went to the polls in droves. Now, the Democratic National Committee is trying to do the same for the midterm elections. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Get Ye To The Polls! Democrats Rally Blacks To Vote
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Audrey Meadows and Jackie Gleason stand on the set of the TV series The Honeymooners. Who plays the insurer and who's the White House? Paramount Pictures/Hulton Archive hide caption

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Vet Filmmakers Recount War Experiences On-Screen
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U.S. Infected Guatemalans With Syphilis During 1940s
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Coach Joe Keller (top row, left) and his team, the Inland Stars, celebrate victory in a tournament in Arizona. The 11-year-olds were led by Demetrius Walker (number 23, third from right in the back row). Rob Bock hide caption

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Grass-Roots Basketball: 9-Year-Olds, Shoe Fortunes
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Mich. Official Off Job After Targeting Gay Student
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--FILE--A truck transports rare earth to be exported at the Port of Lianyungang in Lianyungang city, east Chinas Jiangsu province, 5 September 2009 Xie zhengyi/ICHPL Imaginechina hide caption

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Stuxnet Computer Worm Has Vast Repercussions
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Rutgers Student Remembered As Shy, Gifted Violinist
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