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Protesters demonstrate against sexual abuse in the Catholic Church at the beginning of the German bishops' conference in Freiburg on Feb. 22. Winfried Rothermel/AP hide caption

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German Catholics Push Pope To Speak Out On Abuse

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Andy Soule won the bronze medal in the 2.4 km pursuit sitting biathlon at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Paralympics. He's the first U.S. athlete ever to win an Olympic or Paralympic medal in biathlon, which combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. Hannah Johnston/Getty Images hide caption

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Veteran Who Lost His Legs Takes Bronze In Biathlon

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The Dante Quartet finds just the right balance of calmness and excitement in their recording of the Debussy and Ravel string quartets. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dante Quartet: Stirring Up Impressionist Energy

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In February, a man flew his small plane into an Austin, Texas, building that housed several IRS employees. Tony Gutierrez/AP hide caption

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Hostility Against Federal Workers Troubles Officials

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On Highway Rider, Brad Mehldau (pictured) and producer Jon Brion reunite for the first time since 2002's Largo. August Quirk hide caption

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Brad Mehldau: Beyond The Boundaries Of Jazz

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