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President Obama answers a question during a press conference in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on Dec. 22, 2010. As the GOP takes over the House, how will the president respond to divided government? Chris Kleponis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama Enters New Chapter As GOP-Led House Arrives

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Isley on the Dome Played Tomorrow

About 10 percent of U.S. households engage in mobile banking. But some security experts say mobile banking apps are not secure enough to protect critical information. David Clark/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Smart Phone Banking On The Rise, But Is It Safe?

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4,738 Regrets Trans Am
29 Palms Brad Mehldau
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Polkett Efter Kristian Oskarsson Spælimenninir
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Sixty Sharp Knives Kevin McKendree
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Taking inspiration from martial arts movies, the members of Wu-Tang Clan named themselves after a fictional sect of Chinese swordsmen. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nine Rappers, One Wu-Tang Clan

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Protect Ya Neck Wu-Tang Clan
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An Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer prepares an undocumented Salvadoran immigrant for a deportation flight out of Mesa, Ariz., last month. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Immigration Enforcement Working, Numbers Show

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Champagne Supernova Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
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Plays the Music of Oasis
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Day Is Done Brad Mehldau Trio
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Cornelius Dupree Jr. raises his hand to testify Tuesday while attorney Barry Scheck looks on. Dupree served 30 years in connection with a rape and robbery before being exonerated by DNA evidence. Mike Fuentes/AP hide caption

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DNA Exonerates Texas Man After 30 Years In Prison

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A Palestinian police officer checks the body of Jawaher Abu Rahmah at a hospital in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Saturday. Palestinian doctors say Abu Rahmah died after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops during a demonstration. Majdi Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Activists Accuse Israel Of Cracking Down On Dissent

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Essex The Album Leaf
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Mobile Parts 1 & 2 Glenn Kotche
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Outversion Mark Ronson

At a juvenile detention center in Cape Town, South Africa, a theater company runs a crash course teaching inmates speech and acting, culminating in the production of a Shakespearean play. Its most recent production was of Hamlet. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Bringing The Bard Behind Bars In South Africa

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Remembering Songwriter Gerry Rafferty

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STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU STEALERS WHEEL
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