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Many Greeks fear that the value of their savings will drop sharply if the country leaves the eurozone and returns to the drachma. This has led many Greeks to withdraw their money from banks. John Kolesidis/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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As Greeks Withdraw Cash, Banks Grow Vulnerable

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Former Sen. John Edwards leaves federal court in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday after jurors acquitted him of one felony count and a judge declared a mistrial on five other charges. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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Edwards Verdict: A Case Of Campaign Law Confusion

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A fan of the St. Louis Cardinals buys a beer from a vendor prior to Game 3 of the World Series against the Detroit Tigers at Busch Stadium in 2006. At 56 cents an ounce, St. Louis is second only to Boston for the priciest ballpark brew in the country. Jamie Squire/Getty Images hide caption

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No Beer Goggles For Baseball Stadium Brew Prices

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Screen grabs of four separate ads from four different political groups critical of President Obama's handling of Solyndra, the failed solar-panel maker. Clockwise from top left, the ads are from: Americans for Prosperity, MittRomney.com, American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS. hide caption

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Why Political Ads In 2012 May All Look Alike

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An Egyptian man paints the national flag on the arm of a friend as they stand in front of graffiti showing the morphed faces of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (right) and military ruler Hussein Tantawi, defeated presidential candidate Amr Moussa (second from left), and current candidate Ahmed Shafiq (left) near Cairo's central Tahrir Square last month. Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Egypt Braces For Verdict In Hosni Mubarak Trial

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The new album Kin is a collaboration between author Mary Karr and singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell. Deborah Feingold/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How An Author And A Singer Became Musical 'Kin'

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