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Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, shown in June, has come under scrutiny before, but has never been charged. Mike Coppola/Getty Images hide caption

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How New Jersey's High-Flying Sen. Menendez Ran Into Turbulence

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People read newspaper headlines in Athens. In 2009, there were 39 national dailies, 23 national Sunday papers, 14 national weekly papers and dozens of TV and radio stations for a population of 11 million. Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Greece's Economic Crisis Reveals Fault Lines In The Media

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Quvenzhane Wallis plays Hushpuppy in the film Beasts of the Southern Wild. Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Quvenzhane Wallis: 'If I Have To Be Fierce, I'll Be Fierce'

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Syrian people wait at a customs gate at the Turkey-Syria border near Reyhanli, Turkey, last week. Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing central Syria, heading to southern Turkey. Gaia Anderson/AP hide caption

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Newly Displaced Syrians Head For Turkish Border

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Violinist Joshua Bell conducts the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields by doing what comes naturally to him. The celebrated soloist is also the London orchestra's music director. Chris Chrisodoulou/Sony Classical hide caption

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From Bow To Baton: Violinist Joshua Bell Conducts Beethoven

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Jagdesh Trivedi believes his green card and Social Security card were stolen, along with more than $200 and two pairs of shoes. Fred Mogul/WNYC hide caption

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Disabled Residents Displaced By Superstorm Sandy Back At Home

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