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U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice at a Security Council meeting in June. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Susan Rice, U.S. Ambassador To United Nations: Situation In Sudan Is 'Precarious'

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Justin Townes Earle's latest album is Harlem River Blues.. Joshua Black Wilkins hide caption

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Joshua Black Wilkins

Music Reviews

Justin Townes Earle: From Nashville To New York City

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Justin Townes Earle: From Nashville To New York City

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Participants at commentator Glenn Beck's Aug. 28 Tea Party rally listen to the national anthem in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Nicholas Kamm/AFP hide caption

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The Tea Party In America

'Boiling Mad': A Tea Party Origin Story

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'Boiling Mad': A Tea Party Origin Story

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Pope Benedict XVI (right) prays during his weekly general audience Wednesday at the Vatican. Benedict takes his campaign to revive Christianity in an increasingly secular Europe to Britain on Thursday. He faces a daunting task in a nation largely at odds with his policies and where disgust over the church sex abuse scandal runs high. Alessandra Tarantino/AP hide caption

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Religion

Controversy Accompanies Historic Papal Visit To U.K.

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Controversy Accompanies Historic Papal Visit To U.K.

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Ishiguro, whose earlier screenplays include The Remains of the Day and The White Countess, has often explored the dynamics of individuals — like the children in this film — hemmed in by a society's demands. Alex Bailey/Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Onscreen, Ishiguro's Sci-Fi Novel Is No Mere Clone

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