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Margaux's parents were shocked at how few options there were for their daughter to prosecute the man who sexually assaulted her. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Failed Justice Leaves Rape Victim Nowhere To Turn

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This combination image shows 11 of the 26 suspects wanted by Dubai police in connection with the killing of a Hamas commander, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, in his Dubai hotel room last month. (Click enlargement for more information.) Dubai Ruler's Media Office/AP hide caption

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Hamas Assassination Draws Wide Praise In Israel

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In the first such criminal trial of its kind, Judge Oscar Magi, shown here Wednesday in a Milan courtroom flanked by an aide, sentenced three Google executives to a six-month suspended sentence and absolved them of defamation charges. AP/APTN hide caption

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Internet Freedom A Relative Concept

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Enchanted Journey: Orphaned in a Viking raid, Brendan (left) now lives in the fortified Abbey of Kells. But his talents and his natural curiosity drive him outdoors, to an enchanted forest where he meets the changeling girl Aisling. GKIDS/Cartoon Saloon hide caption

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In 'Kells,' The Secret Pleasures Of A Low-Tech Art

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies Thursday before the Senate Banking Committee. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Fed To Examine Goldman Role In Greek Debt Crisis

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New York Gov. David Paterson took office in 2008 after Eliot Spitzer stepped down in disgrace amid a sex scandal. Just last weekend, Paterson announced that he would fight to win a full term in office — despite persistent polls showing that most New Yorkers want a change. Mike Groll/AP hide caption

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Scandal Dogs N.Y. Gov. Paterson's Campaign

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Albert Barnes made a fortune in pharmaceuticals, and spent it acquiring a massive art collection. He specified that his collection — which includes dozens of works by Renoir, Cezanne and Matisse — should stay forever in Lower Merion, just outside Philadelphia. IFC Films hide caption

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'Art Of The Steal': Actual Heist Or Conspiracy Theory?

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In 1996, Californians voted to allow sick people with referrals from doctors to consume cannabis — and medical marijuana dispensaries cropped up. In the past two years, an estimated 800 operations set up shop in Los Angeles, while city leaders dragged their feet to regulate them — until now. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Los Angeles Officials Crack Down On Pot Clinics

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Hummer vehicles offered for sale in June at Woodfield Hummer, a dealerhip in Schaumburg, Ill. GM's decision to end production of Hummers may result in job losses for autoworkers in Indiana. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Hummer's End Leaves Indiana Workers In Limbo

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The Rev. Lonnie Farris at home in 1980. His recording of "Peace in the Valley" opens Fire In My Bones. Mark Weber hide caption

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Divine Inspiration Sparks 'Fire' And 'Funk'

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