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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is considering a bill that would eliminate the state's 6 percent tax on cosmetic medical procedures like Botox by July 2013. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Botox Tax Goes Under The Knife In New Jersey

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Ford's MyFord Touch interface allows users to manage phone calls, navigation, entertainment and the car's temperature through a touch screen on the dashboard. Stuart Ramson/AP hide caption

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Dashboard Distractions: New Luxuries Cause Concern

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Many law school students say they were lured in by juicy job numbers upon graduation, but when they got out, all they ended up with is massive debt. Dan Kite/iStockPhoto.com hide caption

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Do Law Schools Cook Their Employment Numbers?

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Late 19th century British Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin, who was many things, but not actually a lord. Dibner Library Portrait Collection/Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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The Frozen Tale Of 'Lord Franklin'

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Reaching Behind Bars: Prison Show host and former inmate David Babb takes to the air every Friday night at 9 p.m. to deliver news about the Texas penal system and to take calls from listeners, who often have messages for their incarcerated loved ones. Eric Kayne/for NPR hide caption

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'The Prison Show' Helps Texas Inmates Find Escape

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Joshua Bell revisits the classic Violin Sonata by Cesar Franck on his new album. Lisa Marie Mazzucco hide caption

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Violinist Joshua Bell: 'French Impressions,' Yesterday And Today

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