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Comedian Stephen Colbert (left) confers with his attorney Trevor Potter, as he testified before the Federal Election Commission on Thursday. Potter says Colbert's superPAC is no joke. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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SuperPACs, Explained (By Stephen Colbert's Lawyer)

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Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov. Rick Perry has three superPACs supporting his race. A new pay-to-play rule that does not affect his rivals is expected to put a crimp in Perry's campaign fundraising and likely will also hurt the superPACs that support him. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Restrictions On SuperPACs Not Super Clear

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Bluesin' In Alphabet City Christian McBride
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The High Line's Wildflower Field stretches from New York City's West 27th Street to West 29th Street and is made up of native plant species that once grew on the unused High Line as well as new species that bloom throughout the growing season. Iwan Baan/ hide caption

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The Inside Track On New York City's High Line

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Nothing But the Whole Wide World Glen Campbell
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Alton Brown on the Atlanta set of his creative cooking show, Good Eats. Gregory Smith/AP hide caption

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Alton Brown Takes A Final Bite Of 'Good Eats'

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In Ghost Light, a director deals with his father's death while staging a version of Hamlet. Jenny Graham/Oregon Shakespeare Festival hide caption

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A Son Confronts Moscone's 'Ghost' On Stage

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Legendary country singer Glen Campbell's new album will be his last. Campbell, who is in the early stages of Alzheimer's, has decided to release one more record as a final farewell. Collin Stark/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Glen Campbell: Forget Me Not

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Strong Glen Campbell
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I Got Lost in His Arms Terri Lyne Carrington
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