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Steve Jobs introduces new MacBook Air models at Apple headquarters on Oct. 20, 2010. Some say one of his greatest legacies is his impact on design.

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Steve Jobs' Greatest Legacy May Be Impact On Design

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Attorney General Eric Holder, shown testifying on Capitol Hill this year, is in the spotlight because of emails and other documents that indicate he seems to have known about the Fast and Furious gun-trafficking operation earlier than he said.

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Holder Takes Heat Over 'Fast And Furious' Scandal

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Mitt Romney, shown in 1993, is the former CEO of Bain & Co. In the 1980s, he started an investment fund called Bain Capital. His supporters say that's where he learned to solve big problems, create jobs and expand companies. His opponents say he made money by shutting down factories, occasionally driving companies into bankruptcy.

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The 2 Portraits Of Mitt Romney, Businessman

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Thom Yorke at Radiohead's Sept. 28 concert at Roseland Ballroom in New York.

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Radiohead: Everything In Its Right Place

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A note in tribute to Steve Jobs is seen on the window of an Apple Store, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011, in Las Vegas: "I'll miss you Steve. I will always keep thinking different."

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With No Steve Jobs, Will Apple Lose Its Juice?

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Derrick Bell, the first tenured black professor at Harvard Law School, died of cancer Wednesday. He is seen here in 2002.

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Derrick Bell, Influential Legal Scholar, Dies At 80

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Streets in Schoharie, N.Y., are lined with storm debris and damaged furniture after Tropical Storm Irene hit in late August. Like dozens of counties across the country, Schoharie faces high costs to repair its infrastructure, putting a strain on FEMA's budget.

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A Budget Target, Disaster Money Is Secure For Now

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Richard Cordray was approved by the Senate Banking Committee to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But Senate Republicans have vowed to filibuster nominees if there aren't changes to the agency.

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Consumer Nominee's Fate Unclear Despite Vote

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John Lajoie (from left), Stephan Rannazzisi and Mark Duplass, from the first season of The League. The new season beginss Thursday on FX.

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'The League' Uses Fandom To Explore Friendship

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