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People celebrate in Tunis after Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's address to the nation on January 13, 2011. Ben Ali said he would not seek another term in office and ordered police to stop firing on protesters as he sought to quell mounting unrest. Fethi Belaid /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Tunisia, Some Say Lives Have Changed Radically

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The Wonderful Year Roger Eno & Kate St. John
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Vuelvo Al Sur Popcorn Behavior
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Michelle Obama gives a talk at the North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Ga., on Wednesday about her "Let's Move!" campaign. John Amis/AP hide caption

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First Lady Making Strides One Year Into 'Let's Move'

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Self Portrait Rob Ickes
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Paramedics and track staff add padding to the poles that slider Nodar Kumaritashvili crashed into ahead of the 2010 Winter Games. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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E-Mails Reveal Concerns About Olympic Luge Track

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ASKO HEPOKARHU-KOSKELA TUULENKANTAJAT
I'M OLD FASHIONED JOHN COLTRANE
Green Tea John Scofield
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Halfway Home Tommy Emmanuel
Huntsman Tulsa Drone
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3H Club Rudder
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Stony Stratford Library, in a small town near Milton Keynes, may be closing. Last month, customers checked out all 16,000 books as a protest against the proposed closure. Courtesy of Emily Malleson/Freelance hide caption

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Britain Faces Closing The Book On Libraries

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Activision produced many versions of the game, including Metallica, Aerosmith, Van Halen, Warriors of Rock and Modern Hits. Courtesy of Activision hide caption

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No More Windmills: Activision Kills 'Guitar Hero'

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Back in Black AC/DC
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I Lu Kron Ginger Baker Trio
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Last January, CIA Director Leon Panetta (left) met with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak at the presidential palace in Cairo. Amr Nabil /AP hide caption

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U.S. Intel Officials On Edge As They Watch Egypt

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39 Thieves Aesop Rock
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I'd Dance For You What Laura Says
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Salinas Greg Reitan
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Traders work at the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday as a merger with the German exchange, Deutsche Boerse, moved forward. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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NYSE Finds Romance In Germany; Will It Work?

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