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A Jewish settler wears his prayer shawl as he passes one of the structures demolished at the unauthorized Jewish settlement outpost in Ramat Migron, in the West Bank, on Sept. 5, 2011. Israel's radical Hilltop Youth have built numerous such outposts in recent years. Abir Sultan/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Israel Cracks Down on Radical 'Hilltop Youth'

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Broken Blood Tommy Guerrero
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The founders of startup accelerator Women Innovate Mobile (clockwise from top right: Deborah Jackson, Kelly Hoey and Veronika Sonsev) aim to boost the profile of tech companies founded by women. Lisa Tanner/Courtesy Women Innovate Mobile hide caption

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Seeking Female Founders In The Tech Startup Scene

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Tickle It Mocean Worker
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Ice Queen Matt Flinner
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad waves as he is welcomed by Venezuelan Vice President Elias Jaua (at right, wearing glasses and tie) at the airport in Caracas on Sunday. Ahmadinejad is on a five-day tour aimed at shoring up ties in Latin America. Juan Barret/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iran Cultivates Friends In Washington's Backyard

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In one of the print ads in Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Strong4Life campaign, a young girl says she doesn't like going to school, because "all the other kids pick on me. It hurts my feelings." Courtesy of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta hide caption

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Controversy Swirls Around Harsh Anti-Obesity Ads

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Happy With You The Bewitched Hands
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Far Noir East Brian Setzer

Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman campaigns from the counter at the Bean Towne Coffee House & Cafe in Hampstead, N.H., on Jan. 8. Polls show Huntsman gaining on front-runner Mitt Romney ahead of Tuesday's primary. Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images hide caption

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Huntsman's Long-Shot Bet: A Surprise In N.H.

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The Supreme Court heard arguments for a case that pits the rights of minority voters under the Voting Rights Act against the powers of the state Legislature. Michael McCloskey/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Supreme Court Hears Texas Redistricting Case

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Why Millions Of Prescriptions Will No Longer Be Filled At Walgreens

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Celebrity Endorsements: What Happens When Reality TV And Politics Collide

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They're running out of places to put the snow in Cordova, Alaska. This photo was taken on Saturday (Jan. 7, 2012). Erv Petty/Alaska Div. of Homeland Security and Emergency Management/AP hide caption

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In Alaska: Nome Waits For Fuel; Cordova Digs Out From 18 Feet Of Snow

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Freight Train Greg Leisz
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