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Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, leave a speech by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Jerusalem on Sunday. Uriel Sinai/Getty Images hide caption

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Money & Politics

Not Always Clear Who's Funding Politics-Related Ads

4 min

Not Always Clear Who's Funding Politics-Related Ads

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"This is a story about your first love," says Jones. "Can you take it with you, can it still be a part of your life, can you integrate it into your life? Do you have to let them go forever to move on?" Lee Toland Krieger/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Movie Interviews

Friends With Your Ex? Rashida Jones Understands

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Friends With Your Ex? Rashida Jones Understands

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Aaron Collins, who wanted to leave a big tip. Facebook.com/AaronsLastWish hide caption

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Facebook.com/AaronsLastWish

'Entire World' Has Responded To The $500 Tip 'Last Wish,' Brother Says

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Homeless veterans, their families and volunteers stand in line for food at "Stand Down," an annual event hosted by the Veterans Village of San Diego. The VA estimates that about 67,000 vets are homeless. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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National

A New Generation Of Vets Faces Challenges At Home

5 min

A New Generation Of Vets Faces Challenges At Home

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City leaders want to encourage more new moms to breast-feed their babies. One of several "Latch on NYC" posters promoting the initiative. Courtesy of the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene hide caption

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New York Officials: Breast Milk May Be Best 'Formula'

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Jeremy Renner stars in The Bourne Legacy, the latest in a franchise previously fronted by Matt Damon. But when an actor departs a Hollywood cash cow, it can be less a death knell than a chance for rejuvenation. Mary Cybulski/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Franchises Age, But Their Stars Stay Forever Young

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Marilyn Monroe's will reveals a quieter, more complicated side to her legacy. Evening Standard/Getty Images hide caption

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Culture

Monroe's Legacy Is Making Fortune, But For Whom?

5 min

Monroe's Legacy Is Making Fortune, But For Whom?

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