Without A Career, How Do We Know Who We Are?

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Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan holds up a Green Bay Packers jersey during a campaign stop at the Iowa State Fair. Steve Pope/Getty Images hide caption

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If Politicians Went On Vacation, We'd All Get A Break

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Jeffery Gluckstein and Michael Devine compete in the synchronized trampoline competition at the U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials in San Jose, Calif., on June 27. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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Beyond Trampoline: New Summer Games To Consider

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Blind Sportscaster Bob Greenberg Remembered

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'Mr.' And 'Ms.,' A Courtesy To Be Respected

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The "Anti-Cheating Ring" imprints "I'M MARRIED" around a would-be philanderer's finger. TheCheeky.com hide caption

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'Anti-Cheating Ring' Not Likely To Deter History

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A Pew Research Center study shows Asian-Americans are the fastest-growing immigrant group in the U.S., but that doesn't make theirs a success story. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Behind The 'Model Minority,' An American Struggle

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Remembering Henry Hill, A Real Wiseguy

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Why should someone who wants a job have to confide their fears and flaws to judgmental strangers? Royal Five/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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When A Job Interview Turns Into Psychoanalysis

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Protesters gather outside Downing Street in London to deliver a petition against the so-called "pasty tax," a government bid to levy 20 percent tax on hot takeaway food. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Just Deserts Follow Attempted Pasty Tax

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President Obama presents the Medal of Honor to Rose Mary Sabo, widow of Army Spc. Leslie Sabo. Sabo was awarded the nation's highest military decoration posthumously for his actions on May 10, 1970, while serving as a rifleman in Cambodia during the Vietnam War. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Her Husband, A Hero Lost For The Lives Of Others

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It's a constant test for parents: Everything you thought you were doing right may be wrong. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Teaching Kids Balance Can Be A Lesson For Parents

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President Barack Obama told ABC this week that he supports gay marriage. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Can A Change Of Heart Beat The Flip-Flop Charge?

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"Here's Mei right now," tweeted the National Zoo just before the procedure. "Volunteers are watching her from our research station as we prepare." Smithsonian's National Zoo hide caption

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A Panda's Inseminal Moment, Tweet By Tweet

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