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Leo Tolstoy's Countess Vronsky (Olivia Williams) and Anna (Keira Knightley) come to life in Joe Wright's adaptation of the classic Russian novel Anna Karenina. Laurie Sparham/Focus Features hide caption

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'Tis The Season For Oscar-Bait Adaptations

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Online privacy advocates are hopeful the FBI investigation into retired Gen. David Petraeus' personal emails will put a human face on their efforts to update a stalled Internet privacy bill. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Post-Petraeus, Net Privacy Backers Hope For A Boost

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Not surprisingly, men like these guys cheering Sam Adams love beer. But more women than you might expect do too, according to a new study. Sarah Conard/AP hide caption

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Beer, Wine And Spirits: When Counting Our Liquid Calories, Are We Honest?

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American and Cuban flags in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Republican Lock On Florida's Cuban-American Vote May Be Over

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Ernest Shallo, of Carteret, N.J., throws a ruined air conditioner onto a pile of debris in front of a small home in Seaside Heights, N.J. Residents were allowed back in their homes for a few hours Monday, two weeks after the region was pounded by Superstorm Sandy. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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Seaside After Sandy: Is Rebuilding Worth It?

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Mick Jagger says "Gimme Shelter" is about a "world closing in on you." Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mick Jagger On The Apocalyptic 'Gimme Shelter'

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