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Las Vegas-Area Democrat Fights For House Seat

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Las Vegas-Area Democrat Fights For House Seat

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Ben Quayle is running for Congress in Arizona. But his campaign  has suffered, in part, from the prominent ranking of Internet search results that detailed his contributions to an adult website. Matt York/AP hide caption

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All Tech Considered

The Business Of Burying Internet Search Results

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The Business Of Burying Internet Search Results

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks at a meeting of the youth organization of her Christian Democratic Party in Potsdam, Germany, on Saturday. Merkel's declaration that Germany's attempts to build a multicultural society has failed is feeding a growing debate over how to deal with the millions of foreigners who call Germany home. Clemens Bilan/AP hide caption

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Europe

In Germany, Voices Against Immigration Grow Louder

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In Germany, Voices Against Immigration Grow Louder

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Portuguese fado singer Amalia Rodrigues performing in a Parisian cabaret in 1972. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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50 Great Voices

Amalia Rodrigues: The Voice Of Extreme Expression

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Amalia Rodrigues: The Voice Of Extreme Expression

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Larry Whitt, who served 12 years in the Navy before leaving because he is gay, protests the "don't ask, don't tell" policy as President Obama arrives in Coral Gables, Fla., on Oct. 11. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Politics

Pro-Gay Groups 'Desperate' For Obama To Take Action

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Pro-Gay Groups 'Desperate' For Obama To Take Action

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At the Bacon-Palooza in New York's SoHo neighborhood, attendees could get everything bacon: bacon the movie, bacon the musical, bacon songs, bacon art, bacon products, and, of course, bacon food and drink. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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All Things Bacon Sizzled At NYC's Bacon-Palooza

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Officially named the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, the 1,900-foot-long structure sits 890 feet above the Colorado River, about a quarter of a mile downstream from the Hoover Dam. The $240 million project to relieve vehicle traffic on the Hoover Dam began in 2003, and is scheduled to open to traffic sometime this week. Courtesy of Federal Highway Administration hide caption

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National

Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge Prepares For Travelers

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Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge Prepares For Travelers

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