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Kelly Kelley, who goes by the gaming pseudonym MrsViolence, streams her play nightly for her many fans to watch. Twitch.TV screenshot hide caption

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Hard-Core And Casual Gamers Play In Different Worlds

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Pastilla is made with honey, walnuts and shredded coconut and is served up in bite-sized logs. Courtesy of Monday Morning Cooking Club hide caption

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Prune Logs? Try Pastilla, One Family's Sweet Tradition

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Matthew Diller, dean of Yeshiva University's Cardozo School of Law, talks with press about the New York Immigrant Family Unity Project in June. Cardozo School of Law hide caption

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New Pilot Program Gives Immigrant Detainees Public Defenders

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Neither Impeachment Nor An ER Page Could Keep Them Apart

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Chuck Shelton in the cold room at Albemarle CiderWorks in Virginia, which makes sparkling alcoholic cider with some of the same apple varieties used by Thomas Jefferson. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Party Like It's 1799: Traditional Cider Makes A Comeback

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A man and child walk in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. China's government recently announced an easing of the country's one-child policy. While the move appears to be broadly supported, many urban Chinese parents say it would be hard to afford a second child. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese Welcome Easing Of One-Child Policy, But Can They Afford It?

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In Traverse City, which has hosted the National Cherry Festival since 1926, some residents say festivals occupy the public park too much, while others say it's a reasonable price to pay for the money it brings to businesses. Traverse City Tourism/AP hide caption

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In A Small Town With Big Events, Some Are Tiring Of Tourism

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (second from left) shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry next to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (far left) and French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (far right) after a statement on early November 24, 2013 in Geneva. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Poet's Advice For Unlikely Partners: Just Dance

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In The Great Beauty, director Paolo Sorrentino surveys the city of Rome through the eyes of jaded journalist Jep Gambardella (Toni Servillo), taking in the city's degeneracies alongside its eternal beauties. Gianni Fiorito/Janus Films hide caption

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Finding 'Great Beauty' Amid Rome's Corruptions

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