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'Hark!': From DNA To JFK, A Comic Take On History

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Jeff Bezos, Chairman and CEO of Amazon.com, introduces the Kindle Fire at a news conference, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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The 'Worm' That Could Bring Down The Internet

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Bill O'Reilly: 'Abraham Lincoln Was Our Best Leader'

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'Heart And Soul': An African-American History

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A man stands in a sewage-filled street in Fallujah in 2010. The Fallujah wastewater treatment system was left unfinished more than four years past the initial deadline. The sewage facility is among hundreds of projects funded by U.S. taxpayers that remain abandoned or incomplete, wasting more than $5 billion, according to auditors. Hadi Mizban/AP hide caption

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The Greedy Battle For Iraq's 'Hearts And Minds'

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Love Longitude? 'Maphead' Locates Geography Buffs

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Becoming Mindful Of Medical Decision Making

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This Pig Wants To Party: Maurice Sendak's Latest

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President Obama meets with advisers at an economic meeting in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, March 15, 2009. Participants include National Economic Council Director Larry Summers, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, Council of Economic Advisers Chairwoman Christina Romer, senior adviser David Axelrod, Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and adviser Gene Sperling. Pete Souza/White House hide caption

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In The Obama White House, A Crisis Of 'Confidence'

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Shel Silverstein's Poems Live On In 'Every Thing'

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Lucretius, Man Of Modern Mystery

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Michael Moore has directed several documentary features, including Roger & Me, Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11 and Sicko. Brian Stanton hide caption

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Michael Moore On His Penchant For 'Trouble'

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