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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks at a Capitol Hill news conference with the Senate's "Gang of Eight," the bipartisan team pushing an immigration overhaul, on April 18. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Rubio Tries To Convince Conservatives He Hasn't Been Duped

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People attend a legal clinic for deferred action applicants in New York in August. Immigration attorneys say demand for their services outstrips the nation's supply of trained immigration lawyers. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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With Or Without Overhaul, Immigration Lawyers In Short Supply

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A woman in downtown Beijing walks past a building adorned with a patriotic mural by Chinese graffiti artists on April 22. Stephen Shaver/UPI/Landov hide caption

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Chasing The Chinese Dream — If You Can Define It

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Iron and Wine's new album is titled Ghost on Ghost. Craig Kief/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Iron And Wine: Words Like Seedlings

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An employee serves customers at an Olive Garden restaurant in Naperville, Ill. Darden Restaurants, the chain's parent company, pilot-tested shifting more of its workers to part time. But following that test, and after considerable backlash, the chain said it would not reduce hours or cut its full-time staffing. Scott Boehm/AP Images for Olive Garden hide caption

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As Health Law Changes Loom, A Shift To Part-Time Workers

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Cellist Janos Starker with one of his classes at Indiana University. He said he was "put on this earth to be a teacher." Indiana University Jacobs School of Music hide caption

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Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

Remembering Janos Starker, The Cellist 'Born To Be A Teacher'

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Medal of Honor's authentic action is a selling point for its publisher, Electronic Arts. Courtesy of Electronic Arts hide caption

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A Real-World Connection Between Video Games And Guns

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The "American novelists" category on Wikipedia now includes a controversial subcategory: "American women novelists." Wikipedia hide caption

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What's In A Category? 'Women Novelists' Sparks Wiki-Controversy

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