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People eat a free community meal at The Center in Lima, Ohio, earlier this year. Although more than 46 million Americans are poor, the issue has gotten little attention in the presidential race. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Candidates' Views On Poverty Get Little Attention

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Costumed demonstrators on Oct. 3 in Denver, before the first presidential debate. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images hide caption

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Study: Secret Donors Significantly Fueling Pro-Romney TV Ads

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A boy chooses fruit from a stall as Jerusalem market vendors swirl around him. Jonathan Lovekin/Ten Speed Press hide caption

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Jerusalem: A Love Letter To Food And Memories Of Home

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Cambodia's beloved "King Father" Norodom Sihanouk led the country from French colonial rule to independence, through the Vietnam War and the terror of the Khmer Rouge. He died at age 89 of a heart attack Monday in Beijing. Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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King Sihanouk, An Artist And Architect Of Cambodia

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Dick Colon, one of the White House Boys, walks through grave sites near the Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Fla. Several men who suffered abuse and severe beatings believe the crosses mark the graves of boys who were killed at the school, victims of punishments that went too far. Phil Coale/AP hide caption

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Florida's Dozier School For Boys: A True Horror Story

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John Hawkes plays Mark O'Brien, a man who spends most of his life in an iron lung after suffering from polio, in The Sessions. Sarah M. Golonka/Fox Searchlight hide caption

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In 'The Sessions,' A Different View Of The World

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Democratic Senate candidate Heidi Heitkamp and her Republican opponent, Rep. Rick Berg, attend a North Dakota Chamber of Commerce forum in Bismarck last week. Dale Wetzel/AP hide caption

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Pro-Oil Democrat In The Hunt For N.D. Senate Seat

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