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This undated handout image provided by ChinaAid shows Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng, whose escape from house arrest spurred a delicate dance of U.S.-China relations. EPA/Landov hide caption

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For Dissidents, Escape Means Fighting From Afar

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed reads a document during his arraignment at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base in Cuba. Janet Hamlin/AP hide caption

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9/11 Hearing Disrupted, Delayed And Finally Deferred

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After the lights turn elsewhere, former NFL player Nate Jackson warns top draft picks Robert Griffin III, left, and Andrew Luck that their every breath will be a public affair. Al Bello/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-NFL Player To Draft Picks: 'Your Privacy Is Gone'

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Virginia Huston and Robert Mitchum in a scene from the 1947 movie, Out of the Past. RKO Radio Pictures/Photofest hide caption

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The Movie Lawrence Kasdan's 'Seen A Million Times'

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The new album by The Knights, A Second of Silence, celebrates Schubert and more modern but like-minded composers. Ancalagon Records hide caption

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Fireworks From Cuba, And Schubert That Grooves: New Classical Albums

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