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Kodak's Steven J. Sasson holds the world's first digital camera, which he built in 1975, at Kodak headquarters in Rochester, N.Y., in 2005. The company is now trying to sell about a thousand patents for digital photography to prevent bankruptcy. David Duprey/AP hide caption

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Business

A Digital Death? Why Kodak Stopped Clicking

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A Digital Death? Why Kodak Stopped Clicking

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Moroccan rapper Mouad Belrhouate, shown here on an album cover, is commonly known as El-Haqed, or "the defiant one." He's been jailed for four months and is awaiting trial in Casablanca. His supporters say his case shows the limits of recent political changes introduced by King Mohammed VI. Deborah Amos/NPR hide caption

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Africa

Rapper's Imprisonment Tests Moroccan Reforms

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Rapper's Imprisonment Tests Moroccan Reforms

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Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman shakes hands with voters following a business lunch campaign event in Portsmouth, N.H. on Jan. 5. JESSICA RINALDI/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Not Officially Republicans, 'Undeclared' Voters Could Sway N.H. Race

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Jonathan Browning, president of Volkswagen Group of America, attends the U.S. unveiling of the 2012 Volkswagen Beetle, a new version of the iconic car. Volkswagen saw a 26.3 percent increase in U.S. sales in 2011, and has its sights on becoming the world's No. 1 carmaker. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images hide caption

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To Climb In U.S., Volkswagen Gets Less German

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To Climb In U.S., Volkswagen Gets Less German

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Researchers say the yeti crabs they captured are a new species. Courtesy Of NERC ChEsSo Consortium hide caption

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Near Icy Waters, Marine Life Gets By Swimmingly

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