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Sally Bercow in decidedly more modest attire. With her is her husband and Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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Not A Sex Scandal, A Sexy Scandal Hits The House Of Commons

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Chip Off The Old Shoulder: Josh (Rhys Wakefield, left) and his famous explorer father, Frank (Richard Roxburgh), must navigate their way through a cave system that floods after a sudden storm. Jasin Boland/Universal Pictures hide caption

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For An Underwater Epic, 'Sanctum' Is A Tad Shallow

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President Ronald Reagan, shown speaking on Feb. 8, 1982, has clearly been on President Obama's mind, says presidential historian Douglas Brinkley. Getty Images hide caption

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What Obama Is Learning From Reagan's Example

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