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Texas Hits The Books

For the first time in more than a decade, the Texas State Board of Education has adopted new social studies textbooks. But the process came with a few hiccups.

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In Southwest, New Immigration Policies Bring Frustration From All Sides

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Fly in the Soup Earl Moseley
Fanshawe El Ten Eleven

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An Ebola Clinic Figures Out A Way To Start Beating The Odds

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King of Spain The Tallest Man on Earth
SUMMER OF '69 BRYAN ADAMS

Benedict Cumberbatch plays British mathematician Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. "You're not asked to like the character," Cumberbatch says. "You're introduced to him, warts and all." Black Bear Pictures hide caption

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Benedict Cumberbatch: Code Breaker Alan Turing Was A Puzzle Himself

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Jolene The Weepies

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Electric Bikes, On A Roll In Europe, Start To Climb In U.S.

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Last Crusade Sam Roberts Band
Stay Crunchy Ronald Jenkees
Go!Amigo TF Boys
Carnival in Jamaica Monty Alexander

President Obama after discussing his executive actions on immigration Friday at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas. Business groups say the plan does little to help U.S. employers attract foreign workers. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Obama's Immigration Moves Do Little To Help Businesses, Groups Say

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