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Dell's founder and another tech company have announced plans to take the computer giant private. While companies can benefit from withdrawing from the stock market, there are potential pitfalls as well. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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For The Publicly Traded, Going Private Can Be Risky Business

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As dockworker Terry Malloy in Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront, a young Marlon Brando firmly established himself as a leading Hollywood icon. Criterion Collection hide caption

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Home Video Review: 'On The Waterfront'

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Luz Sepada, 59, lives in South Tucson, Ariz. Before the University of Arizona Health Plan assumed control of her medical care, Sepada was hospitalized 10 times in one year. After she was assigned a UAHP case manager, Sepada has been able to stay at home with no trips to the emergency department. Sarah Varney/KHN hide caption

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Arizona Seeks To Balance Patients And Profits With Home Care

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Students in Kabul protest violence against women in Kabul last fall. Afghan President Hamid Karzai issued a decree in 2009 protecting women's rights, but parliament has not passed a law making the decree permanent. Mohammad Ismail/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The Afghan Battle Over A Law To Protect Women

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Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Miller Lite Ford, gets out of his car after qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Daytona on Feb. 17. Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images hide caption

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NASCAR Champ Finds Fans With Beer, Tweets And Bangin' Fenders

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Emad Burnat, a Palestinian who co-directed the Oscar-nominated documentary 5 Broken Cameras, displays the cameras destroyed by Israeli settlers and security forces. The film focuses on a Palestinian village protesting Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank. Kino Lorbor Inc./AP hide caption

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A West Bank Story, Told Through Palestinian Eyes

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Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., confer at the start of a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing last week on the appointments of military leaders. McCain and Graham have been among the Republicans pushing the Obama administration for answers about the Benghazi attack. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Republicans Make 'Benghazi' A Frequent Refrain

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