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Protesters rally against a bailout package for Spain in front of a Bank of Spain building in Barcelona on Monday. The demonstrators think the bailout will bring only greater hardship. Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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It's A 'Victory,' Not A Bailout, Spain's Leader Says

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Funky Pullett Gene Harris & The Three Sounds
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Syria's turmoil has been spreading into Lebanon, where residents say Syrian soldiers have crossed the border and killed civilians. Here, Lebanese army soldiers patrol in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, earlier this month, where clashes broke out between pro- and anti-Syria gunmen. Bilal Hussein/AP hide caption

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Lebanese Fear Spillover Violence From Syria

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The Outer Banks The Album Leaf
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Democrat Ron Barber (left) and Republican Jesse Kelly during a May 23 debate in Tucson. They are running Tuesday in a special election to replace retired Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Kelly Presnell/Arizona Daily Star hide caption

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In Giffords' District, It's Former Foe Vs. Former Aide

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Tatanka Tommy Guerrero
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Aïy Faadji (I Am Nostalgic) Sidi Touré
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Jay Blake (left), who served in the Marines, rides the elevator with his fellow students at Sierra Community College in Rocklin, Calif. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Program Teaches Vets How To Survive The Classroom

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My Generation The Who
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Baby Man Gene Harris & The Three Sounds
Voodoo Flame The New Lyceum Players & Bryan Clark
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Charley's Prelude Don Byron
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Superstar swimmers Michael Phelps (left) and Ryan Lochte are versatile and talented, making spots on the U.S. men's Olympic team scarce. The pair took silver and gold, respectively, in the 200-meter individual medley at last summer's World Championships. Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Newbie Tries To Squeeze Into The U.S. Olympic Pool

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Dr. Nick The Project Trio
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