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Job-seekers wait in line for a job fair to open in Independence, Ohio, last month. Employers added only 54,000 jobs in May, compared to more than 200,000 jobs a month earlier. Tony Dejak/AP hide caption

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A Second Look At America's Economic Reality

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Rio Mescalito Thunderball
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12 Mile High
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Party With Children Ratatat
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Chinese voters in San Francisco last Election Day saw some enticing names on the ballot. And at least one of those names had been translated on purpose to seem especially enticing. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Looking To Win Votes? Change Your (Chinese) Name

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According to "Dunbar's Number," human beings can maintain a network of only about 150 close friends. istockphoto.com hide caption

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Don't Believe Facebook; You Only Have 150 Friends

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Broken Places Moby
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Lost and Found Mux Mool

A self-portrait from Moby's new photo book Destroyed, released alongside a moody album of the same name. Moby/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Moby: On The Long, Lonesome Road

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Sevastopol Moby
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Where Does Your Mind Go? (Tom Middleton Liquatech Remix) Beardyman
Captain Korma The Orb
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