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Restore Our Future, the superPAC supporting Mitt Romney, is running negative ads about Newt Gingrich in Ohio ahead of Super Tuesday on March 6, 2012. Restore Our Future hide caption

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SuperPAC Ads Fill Airwaves On Eve Of Super Tuesday

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In this photo from 2009, David Cameron (left) attends a book launch for Charlie Brooks in London. Cameron, who has since become Britain's prime minister, went to Eton with Brooks, husband of Rebekah Brooks, the former News International executive toppled by Britain's phone-hacking scandal. The latest twist in that scandal involves Rebekah Brooks, Cameron and a retired police horse. Dave Hogan/Getty Images hide caption

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Neighs Have It: Horse Tale Ensnares British Leader

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The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Yukiya Amano, says Iran has not provided answers to a number of questions about its nuclear program. Amano spoke at a news conference after meeting with the board of governors of the IAEA at its headquarters in Vienna. Ronald Zak/AP hide caption

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Atomic Energy Chief: Iran Hasn't Resolved Questions

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Ernie Lopez hugs his daughter, Nikki Lopez, for the first time since 2009. Ernie was released from prison on March 2 in Amarillo, Texas, after nine years, while he awaits a new trial. Katie Hayes Luke/Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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Free, But Not Cleared: Ernie Lopez Comes Home

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This Nov. 4, 2008, file photo shows Republican Rep. Jean Schmidt being congratulated by supporters in Loveland, Ohio. Schmidt is up against three other Republicans in the March 6 primary. David Kohl/AP hide caption

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Republican Challengers Pile On In Ohio House Race

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A student reads at a public elementary charter school in New York City. Educators like to say third grade is when students go from learning to read, to reading to learn. Chris Hondros/Getty Images hide caption

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Schools Get Tough With Third-Graders: Read Or Flunk

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Goudie's last canoe hangs next to the form used to mold the wood. The unfinished canoe is weighted down with sandbags to keep the canvas taut. Emma Jacobs hide caption

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An Inuit Builder Crafts His Last Canoe

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Bruce Springsteen's 17th album, Wrecking Ball, has a little taste of almost every style he's ever played, including classic E Street rock 'n' roll. Danny Clinch hide caption

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Bruce Springsteen's Hard-Bitten Pop Optimism

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