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TransCanada already has begun construction on a southern section of the Keystone XL pipeline. Since it doesn't cross the U.S.-Canadian border, it doesn't require approval from the State Department and President Obama. Sarah A. Miller/AP hide caption

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Will Obama Administration Clear Keystone XL Pipeline?

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Reince Priebus, shown at the Republican National Convention in August, says Republicans need to "grow our party without compromising our principles." Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Winter Gathering, GOP Asks: Where Do We Go From Here?

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The interviews that form the core of The Gatekeepers began with a connection to Ami Ayalon, who was the head of Shin Bet from 1996 to 2000. Avner Shahaf/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Filmmaker Holds Up A Mirror In Interviews With Israel's 'Gatekeepers'

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A New York City police academy graduation ceremony on Dec. 28, 2012, where Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that the New York murder rate has hit an all-time low. While some point to the NYPD's policing tactics to explain the decline, others say economic and demographic shifts are also at work. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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New York Murder Rate Plummets, But Who Should Get The Credit?

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Vusi Mahlasela's new album, a live recording of his 20th-anniversary show in Johannesburg, is titled Sing to the People. Erik Forster /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Two Decades On, Vusi Mahlasela Still Sings 'To The People'

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Buster Keaton, aka "The Great Stone Face," brought side-splitting comedy to the silent-screen era. Here, he's pictured in 1924's The Navigator. Kino Lorber hide caption

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Home Video Review: 'Buster Keaton: The Ultimate Collection'

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