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Haitians walk along a flooded road in Leogane, south of Port-au-Prince, last week. Haitians still displaced from the earthquake in January are now dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Tomas and a deadly cholera outbreak. Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Americas

Hope Fades As Recovery Drags On In Haiti

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Hope Fades As Recovery Drags On In Haiti

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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men walk at Judaism's holiest site, the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City. Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox Jews are exerting growing power over religious matters in Israel. Sebastian Scheiner/AP hide caption

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Middle East

In Israel, When Is A Jew Not Jewish Enough?

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In Israel, When Is A Jew Not Jewish Enough?

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New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Episcopal bishop in the global Anglican fellowship, hugs Margaret Porter after announcing his retirement at the annual diocesan convention in Concord, N.H., Nov. 6, 2010. Mary Schwalm/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way

Gay Bishop: Threats 'Strengthened My Faith'

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Gay Bishop: Threats 'Strengthened My Faith'

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A new box set, Syl Johnson: The Complete Mythology, compiles more than 80 recordings from the late 1950s through early 1970s. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Reviews

Syl Johnson: Soulful Like Marvin, Funky Like James

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Syl Johnson: Soulful Like Marvin, Funky Like James

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Charles Gibson and his wife, Michelle, are helped by a Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America staff member in getting a reduction on their loan for their Riverside, Calif., home. Some economists are pushing for a plan that would streamline refinancing for all government-backed loans. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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The Foreclosure Nightmare

Economic Woes Spur Interest In Refinancing Plan

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Economic Woes Spur Interest In Refinancing Plan

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Coming soon: Bold health warnings for cigarette packages and advertisements. FDA hide caption

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FDA

Shots - Health News

FDA Proposes Graphic Warnings For Cigarettes

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FDA Proposes Graphic Warnings For Cigarettes

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These Universal Peanut Shellers were invented by Jock Brandis. They're now in 17 countries. Courtesy David Campbell hide caption

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Social Entrepreneurs: Taking On World Problems

How A Promise Led To Innovation: A Peanut Sheller

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How A Promise Led To Innovation: A Peanut Sheller

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Paul Auster is the acclaimed author of The New York Trilogy, Man in the Dark, Invisible and other books. Stephane De Sakutin/Getty Images hide caption

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Author Interviews

Paul Auster Tackles Homelessness And Broken Hearts

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Paul Auster Tackles Homelessness And Broken Hearts

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