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Sal Russo of the Tea Party Express speaks at the National Press Club in 2011. Russo predicts the Tea Party will be re-energized for the 2014 midterm elections. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Tea Party Activist: It Was Worth 'Getting In The Ring'

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Modul 39_8 Nik Bärtsch's Ronin
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Speed-Freak Boogie Frank Zappa

Migrants arrive in Valletta, the Maltese capital, aboard a patrol boat on Oct. 12, a day after their boat sank, killing more than 30 people, mostly women and children — just the latest deadly migrant tragedy to hit the Mediterranean. Despite Europe's financial crisis illegal immigrants continue to attempt to enter Europe through its southern coastal countries as they seek a better life. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Desperation Outweighs Dangers For Europe-Bound Migrants

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Bajamar Gerardo Nuñez
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The 7 Stars of the Big Dipper Mannheim Steamroller & The Cambridge Singers
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A physician collects medical equipment and medicines from the remains of the partially destroyed Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque compound hospital in Cairo on Aug. 15. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Egypt's Crackdown On Islamists Spreads To Mosques, Charities

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Leonarda Dibrani, 15, holds her sister, Medina, in Mitrovica, Kosovo, on Friday. Police seized Leonarda from a school field trip last week and expelled her and her family from France. The case has prompted protests across France. Vusar Kryeziu/AP hide caption

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In France, Deportation Of Teenage Girl Ignites Fierce Debate

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Barbed Wire Past Booka & the Flaming Geckos
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The Sermon Jimmy McGriff
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Serpent Experts Try To Demystify Pentecostal Snake Handling

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The Poets of Rhythm were a group of young retro-soul musicians from Germany. An anthology of their work was recently released. Julian Rosefeldt/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Poets Of Rhythm: A Troop Of German James Browns

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Summerdays Poets of Rhythm
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Anthology: 1992-2003
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Serenade Paquito D'Rivera
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The Olmsted Locks and Dam project is under construction on the Ohio River between Illinois and Kentucky. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hide caption

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Money For Dam Project In Shutdown Deal Riles Conservatives

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Sex on Fire [Performance Track] Karaoke
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So Close, So Far Away The Derek Trucks Band
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Unfinished Spaces Giancarlo Vulcano
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David Bromberg's new album, Only Slightly Mad, is out now. Jim McGuire/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The King Of The '60s Sidemen Returns, 'Only Slightly Mad'

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You've Got to Mean it Too David Bromberg

Tara Heaton (left) and Crystal Mayfield with guide Fred Williams at a women's antelope hunt in Wyoming. Before the event, both women had hunted almost exclusively with male relatives, not other women. Courtesy of Fred Williams hide caption

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Enthusiasts Encourage More Women To Give Hunting A Shot

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Run With the Hunted Tommy Guerrero
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Blueport Gerry Mulligan

Chiwetel Ejiofor (left) plays Solomon Northup, a New York freeman kidnapped into slavery in 1841 and eventually resold to plantation owner Edwin Epps (Michael Fassbender). Francois Duhamel/Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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For A Free Spirit, A Grim '12 Years' In Chains

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Twelve Years a Slave Soundtrack Hans Zimmer
Desert Rose Daniel Lanois
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