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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with the Contact Group regarding a Libya road map on May 5 in Rome. Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images hide caption

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2 Forms Of Anger

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A prospective homebuyer reads the terms of sale before the start of a foreclosure auction. Although the Veterans Benefits Administration offers home loans to vets, the terms of the loans make it difficult to purchase foreclosed properties. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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VA Loans Make Many Foreclosed Homes Off-Limits

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Midnight in Harlem Tedeschi Trucks Band
All I Heard Was Nothing Dan Tepfer
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Don't Lose Your Cool Albert Collins
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Haba Na Haba (Instrumental) Tommy Emmanuel

Former President George W. Bush speaks to student from the Youth Exchange and Study program at the White House in 2005. The program began in 2004 and ended for Afghan students this year after half of those enrolled fled to Canada. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Quietly Halts Scholarship For Afghan Students

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Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist speaks on Capitol Hill in April. Lauren Victoria Burke/AP hide caption

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The Man Behind The GOP's No-Tax Pledge

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Driomoplatz RH+
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Big Stuff Jason Moran
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What's Next? Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe, left) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) will soon discover that finding Horcruxes isn't half as demanding or soul-sucking as finding a job. Warner Brothers Pictures hide caption

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Can Wizards And Vampires Collect Unemployment?

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At Last, At Least The Fairer Sex
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AN INDOLENT APPRECIATION OF WHAT YOU LEFT BEHIND THE DYLAN GROUP
Missin' Something Greyboy, Shawn Lee et. al.
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A Day Without Glasses Lambchop
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Night Owl Blues Edward Gerhard
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"The Loop" is located six miles above the Green River confluence in Canyonlands National Park, 50 miles downstream of Moab, Utah. Peter McBride hide caption

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Why The Colorado River Stopped Flowing

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Wish for a Flood Ilad
Chimp & Flower Garage a Trois
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Tomorrow Land John Scofield
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Spotify Has Arrived Stateside: Here's What You Need To Know

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The Strange Sound Of Motown's Early Hollywood Years

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Revolting Children Matilda
Sinister Island Reverb Galaxy
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