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High school students protesting austerity measures clash with riot police in front of the Greek Parliament on Monday. Also Monday, the Greek government announced that it would not meet its targets for reducing the budget deficit.

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Greece's Woes Deliver Fresh Blow To World Markets

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The Galaxy S II is a Samsung smartphone that runs on Android. Analysts say Microsoft could be getting as much as $15 for each phone Samsung sells.

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Microsoft, Google Tussle Over Android Phone Patents

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An artist rendering released by SolarReserve shows what will be the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project, a solar generating facility that is being constructed northwest of Tonopah, Nev. CEO Kevin Smith says his project isn't a risky investment for taxpayers.

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After Solyndra, Other Energy Loans Draw Scrutiny

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David Gerbi stands in front of the main synagogue in Tripoli, Libya, on Sunday. An exiled Libyan Jew, he has returned after being away for more than 40 years. He hopes to restore the synagogue and create an atmosphere of tolerance in the aftermath of Gadhafi's ouster.

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Hostile Crowd Forces Libyan Jew Out Of Synagogue

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Woody Guthrie is the subject of a new tribute album, Note of Hope.

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Woody Guthrie's 'Note Of Hope' From Beyond The Grave

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Protesters march through New York's financial district dressed as corporate zombies on Monday.

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Wall Street Protests Stretch On, Reasons Vary

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Protesters shout slogans against the Syrian government in front of the White House in July. A new report from Amnesty International documents more than 30 cases of Syrian activists living overseas whose activities have been monitored and whose families in Syria have been threatened.

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Syrian Exiles Fear Long Reach Of Secret Police

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Comedian Samantha Bee, seen here in April 2011, is writing about parenting at her new blog.

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Comedian Samantha Bee Makes A Parenting Meal Of 'Eating Over The Sink'

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