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More Americans Learn Their ABCs In Chinese

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Revolting Children Matilda
Cruel Sea California Guitar Trio
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Broken Man Scott McKeon
Return to Pelican Bay Alison Brown
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Out of the Blue
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Goldman's Double Hit: Profit Slide, Facebook Gaffe

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Waking Up Weird Royal Bangs
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Let It Beep
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Center's Groove DJ Center
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Everything in Time
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CC4 Nocagions, currently on display at the the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, was conceived in 1973 by Brazilian artists Helio Oiticica and Neville D'Almeida. Visitors are invited to swim in the pool, and the museum even sells $16 disposable bathing suits in case you've come unprepared. Iwan Baan hide caption

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Art In A Pool: L.A. Museum Goers Take The Plunge

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Master Builder Makes Legos Bend To His Will In Ohio Stadium Replica

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Spring Wind Jack Johnson
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180° South: Conquerors of the Useless
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Cineramascope Galactic feat. Trombone Shorty and Corey Henry

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a meeting with the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee at the Israeli Parliament, or Knesset, in Jerusalem on Jan. 3. The prime minister is caught in the crossfire of a heated political debate over recent government moves that some on the left have labeled "a wave of evil." Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Netanyahu Under Fire From Israeli Left And Right

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Sarabande Yo-Yo Ma
The Eraser Christian Scott
Sunset Song Richard Thompson
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TWO GUITARS EVAN MARSHALL
Kong Bonobo
Born To Be Wild Steppenwolf
La Batalla De Boyaca Monareta
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Abandoned Citrus Groves Produce Problems In Fla.

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Modern bedbugs are increasingly resistant to pesticides. Some populations, in fact, can survive 1,000 times the amount of pesticide that would be needed to kill a traditional bug. Orkin LLC/AP hide caption

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Bedbug Genome Reveals Pesticide Resistance

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Wish for a Flood Ilad
Answer Me Ticklah & Victor Axelrod

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