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Lois Curtis smiles during a "micro-board" meeting. A group of her friends and supporters get together once a month to help Curtis plan her life. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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A New Civil Right Looks For Stronger Enforcement

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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, shown in May, is trying to reach out to Latinos with a new website and a forum this week. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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GOP Pushes Harder For The 'Americano' Vote

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Natalie Portman plays Nina in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan. Fox Searchlight hide caption

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Darren Aronofsky On Budgets, Bad Apples, And 'Black Swan'

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Two Jewish and a Palestinian family share an uneasy coexistence in this courtyard home in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. An Israeli group is trying to restore a Jewish majority to the ancient walled enclave, building by building -- including this one. Maya Levin for NPR hide caption

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Mideast Conflict Plays Out In A House Divided

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Match Made In Prison: Phillip Morris (Ewan McGregor, left) joyfully greets con man Steven Russell (Jim Carrey) during one of Russell's outlandish escape plans -- all of which are aimed at winning them a happily-ever-after outside the barbed wire. Patti Perret/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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In 'Phillip Morris,' A Criminally Charming Fellow

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Smooth Operator: Con man Steven Russell has broken out of prison four times -- all, reportedly, for love of a good man. His story is retold in the romantic comedy I Love You Phillip Morris. Pat Dowell for NPR hide caption

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Con King Steven Russell: He Still Loves Phillip Morris

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