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Survivors push bicycles along streets Thursday in the devastated city of Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, in northeastern Japan. The powerful earthquake and resulting tsunami devastated the area about two weeks ago. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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Japanese School A Blessing And A Curse For Students

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The north entrance to the Greenbrier gives no clues to a secret bunker for Congress. Courtesy of The Greenbrier Resort hide caption

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The Secret Bunker Congress Never Used

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Lykke Li's new album, Wounded Rhymes, has a bold, provocative sound. Courtesy of The Windish Agency hide caption

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Lykke Li: Bolder, But Still 'Wounded'

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