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A for sale sign hangs in front of a Homestead, Fla., home. In certain places more than half of the homes sold are in one stage of foreclosure or another. J. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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In Fla., It's A Great Time For Canadian Homebuyers

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An elderly Chinese construction worker smokes a cigarette while taking a break from work in Beijing. Muhammed Muheisen/AP hide caption

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China Dependent On Tobacco In More Ways Than One

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Radiohead onstage in California last year. John Shearer/Getty Images hide caption

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Radiohead: Fool Me Twice

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No single person gets all the cash you pay for music — parts of varying size are spread out around the industry, and those sizes change depending where you buy. Courtesy of istockphoto.com hide caption

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Where To Buy Music To Get More Cents On The Dollar To The Musician

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Belarussian authorities arrested more than 600 people on the night of Dec. 19 after a massive rally gathered in central Minsk to protest the presidential elections and call them illegitimate. This Dec. 23 photo shows a man held in Minsk prison. Viktor Drachev /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Opposition Still Reeling After Belarus Crackdown

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I Am Number Four is adapted from The Lorien Legacies, the sci-fi young adult series from the James Frey fiction factory. John Bramley/Buena Vista Pictures hide caption

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'I Am Number Four': Can We Demand A Recount?

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