Interpreting The Constitution In The Digital Era

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U.S. servicemen line up to board a bus as they begin their journey home at Al Asad Air Base west of Baghdad, Iraq, on Nov. 1. The U.S. has promised to withdraw from Iraq by the end of the year as required by a 2008 security agreement between Washington and Baghdad. Some 39,000 U.S. troops are scheduled to clear out along with their equipment. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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After U.S. Troops Leave, What Happens To Iraq?

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'Physics Of The Future': How We'll Live In 2100?

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Danny Burstein, as Buddy Plummer, performs "Buddy's Blues," the high-energy song-and-dance number at the end of Follies, with Jenifer Foote (left) and Kiira Schmidt. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Danny Burstein On Living Up To Sondheim's 'Follies'

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Jay-Z 'Decoded:' The Fresh Air Interview

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Rocker Nick Lowe Still Has 'The Old Magic'

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Jason Segel (left) and Walter (voiced by Peter Linz) try to reunite the original Muppets in the new family comedy The Muppets. Disney hide caption

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The Muppet Fans Who Made 'The Muppets' Movie

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Francis Ford Coppola directed The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather Part II and Dracula. He also co-produced George Lucas' first film, THX 1138. Kevork Djansezian/AP hide caption

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Francis Ford Coppola Reflects On His Film Career

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Delicious Turkey Tips From Food Scientists

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On Nov. 29, 2008, an Indian soldier takes cover as the Taj Mahal hotel burns during a gun battle between Indian military and militants inside the Mumbai hotel. David Guttenfelder/AP hide caption

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The American Behind The 2008 Attack On Mumbai

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Academy Award nominee Christopher Plummer (left) and Ewan McGregor star as father and son in Mike Mills' Beginners. Focus Features hide caption

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In 'Beginners,' A Gay Man Comes Out Late In Life

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George Clooney plays an indifferent husband and father to two daughters, including Shailene Woodley, in The Descendants. Merie Wallace/Fox Searchlight hide caption

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In Payne's 'Descendants,' Trouble In The Tropics

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The eight Republican presidential candidates sitting at the table listen as a video of former President Ronald Reagan is played during a debate at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., on Oct. 11. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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Did U.S. Tax Policies Increase Economic Inequality?

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Regis Philbin holds the Guinness World Record for the most time spent in front of a television camera. Yolanda Perez Photography LLC/Harper hide caption

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Regis Philbin Explains How He 'Got This Way'

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Astrophysicist Saul Perlmutter analyzed the brightness coming from supernovae, like the one pictured above, to measure how fast the universe is expanding. NASA hide caption

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Exploring Supernovae Leads To Physics Nobel Prize

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