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Mexican presidential front-runner Enrique Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, waves to the crowds during a campaign stop in the northern border city of Tijuana, Mexico, on June 3. The once dominant PRI, out of power for the past 12 years, looks likely to make a comeback. Alex Cossio/AP hide caption

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Mexico's Once Dominant Party Poised For A Comeback

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Damon Lindelof moderated a conversation with Charlize Theron, who stars in the new Ridley Scott thriller Prometheus, at the 2011 Comic-Con. Lindelof co-wrote the film. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Damon Lindelof Risks The Wrath Of Loyal Fans Again

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Justice Anthony Kennedy, who wrote the Citizens United opinion saying that corporations can pay for ads expressly promoting or attacking political candidates. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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There's More Secret Money In Politics; Justice Kennedy Might Be Surprised

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Natasha Trethewey, 46, is among the youngest U.S. poet laureates and the first to hail from the South since Robert Penn Warren was named by the Library of Congress in 1986. Joel Benjamin/ hide caption

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New U.S. Poet Laureate: A Southerner To The Core

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The Philadelphia Orchestra, which declared bankruptcy last year, has been performing in China, where it is looking to develop new streams of revenue. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Bankrupt At Home, Philly Orchestra Looks To China

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