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Mexican Deportees Strain Cities South Of The Border

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Dusty Daniel Lanois
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Missoula Tristeza

Outspoken Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei (shown inside his compound on the outskirts of Beijing) was detained by the government for nearly three months. Now, the government says he owes $2.4 million in taxes and fines. Supporters are sending him money, raising nearly $1 million so far. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Giving Defiantly: Chinese Help Artist Pay Tax Bill

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Revolting Children Matilda
AUBURN AVE. STOMP J. NEAL MONTGOMERY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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Cain Donors Stand By Their Man For Now

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Nylon Mutron Josh Larue
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Pedro's Fever Blktop Project

Ken Parks, head of Spotify's New York office: "With a streaming service like Spotify that gives you access to everything in the world instantaneously, those distinctions between ownership and access tend to disappear."

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How Spotify Works: Pay The Majors, Use P2P Technology

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Rapper Heavy D Has Died

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Revolting Children Matilda
Absinthe Party At the Fly Honey Warehouse Minus the Bear
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Wife Deborah Bryant waits as Mississippi Governor-elect Phil Bryant thanks a supporter Tuesday at a victory party. Bryant supported a controversial amendment to the state's constitution on "personhood." Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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'Personhood' Divides Anti-Abortion Groups

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Sarabande Yo-Yo Ma

A section of the fusion machine being tested at General Fusion's facility outside of Vancouver, British Columbia. General Fusion is hoping to implement a long-shot strategy that could produce fusion energy in the next few years. Brett Beadle for NPR hide caption

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'Power For The Planet': Company Bets Big On Fusion

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Wrappin' it Up Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra

French State Minister for Foreign Trade Pierre Lellouche (center) led a delegation of French business leaders to Tripoli in October. European and Turkish companies have been active in pursuing contracts with the new Libyan government. Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turks, Europeans Lead Charge On Libyan Investment

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Blood for Sugar Two Loons for Tea
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Tennessee Toothpick The Diplomats of Solid Sound

Last month, Tyra Banks and the national Get Schooled Foundation visited 400 students in the Bronx in New York City. Banks is one of several celebrities who record messages encouraging kids to go to school. And Seattle is one of the latest cities to try it out — Mayor Mike McGinn's office is spending nearly $50,000 to coordinate and implement the effort. Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Tyra Banks Get Kids To School? Seattle Says Yes

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Blind Paper Dragon Tin Hat
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