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A Journalist Bears Witness To Mugabe's Massacre

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In 1992, 28,800 rubber ducks were lost at sea. What happened to them is the subject of Donovan Hohn's book Moby-Duck. Jose Gil/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'Moby-Duck': When 28,800 Bath Toys Are Lost At Sea

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Timothy Olyphant: 'Justified' In Laying Down The Law

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How Western Diets Are Making The World Sick

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Italian food, once considered cheap peasant food, now appears at three-star Michelin restaurants and on menus around the world. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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How 'Italian Food' Became A Global Sensation

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Dan Savage: For Gay Teens, Life 'Gets Better'

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A Libyan rebel shoots in the air Sunday as he celebrates with others on a tank belonging to forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi, on the outskirts of Benghazi, eastern Libya. Anja Niedringhaus/AP hide caption

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Why Libya Matters To The Middle East's Future

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Big Love, the HBO drama starring Ginnifer Goodwin (left), Bill Paxton, Chloe Sevigny and Jeanne Tripplehorn, came to an end March 20 after five seasons. HBO hide caption

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'Big Love's Creators Deconstruct The Show's Finale

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Tracing The 'Immortal' Cells Of Henrietta Lacks

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Comic book nerd Graeme Willy (Simon Pegg) encounters an alien (voiced by Seth Rogen) after traveling to America for Comic-Con. Double Negative/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Greg Mottola: Making 'Paul' Realistically Alien

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Employees at Google's Dublin office relax underneath the Irish-themed Google logo. Shifting most of its overseas profits through the Dublin office has saved Google billions in taxes. John Cogill/AP hide caption

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How Offshore Tax Havens Save Companies Billions

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Jack Clements, a player on the Philadelphia Quakers, poses at a photography studio in Boston in the days before players carried mitts onto the baseball diamond. Gray/New York Public Library hide caption

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The 'Secret History' Of Baseball's Earliest Days

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Dr. Gregg Bloche says physicians are routinely pushed to be both caregivers and cost-cutters. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Medicine's Rising Costs Put Hippocratic Oath At Risk

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Win Win questions just how far small-town lawyer and high school wrestling coach Mike Flaherty (Paul Giamatti, left) will go to ensure a winning team. He has taken in a client's grandson (Alex Shaffer) — a talented but troubled teen. Fox Searchlight hide caption

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'Win-Win': Tom McCarthy Wrestles With Morals

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Judy Garland (center) starred in the 1944 movie musical Meet Me in St. Louis. She sings "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" to her sister, played by Margaret O'Brien, who was upset that her father wants to move the family to New York City. The Kobal Collection hide caption

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Remembering 'Christmas' Songwriter Hugh Martin

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