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Some big-name tech companies are asking Congress to step in and clarify Americans' online privacy rights. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Private Is Your Email? It Depends

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Prime Minister Mario Monti has promised to crack down on tax evaders as part of reforms needed to convince markets that Italy can pay its debts. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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Avoiding The Tax Man Could Cost Italians Dearly

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In September, the pro-Russia Harmony Center party won parliamentary elections in Latvia. But the governing coalition has left the party on the sidelines. Supporters of the Harmony Center party protest in front of the Parliament building during its opening session in Riga on Oct. 17. The banner reads: "No to ethnic discrimination." Raitis Purins/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tough Times Spark Russian Resurgence In Latvia

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Ingrid Gerdes says she is influenced by Southern soul-blues. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ingrid Gerdes: A Tomboy With Soul

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