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A memorial of crosses built by Patrick Shay and his neighbors in Grand Isle, La., reflects the many things they feel they've lost because of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Win McNamee/Gettty Images hide caption

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Critics: 'BP' Needs To Stand For 'Bills Paid'

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Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithful at the Lourdes Grotto in the Vatican Gardens during the celebration of a Mass on May 31. A group of Italian women who have had relationships with priests wrote an open letter to the pope, criticizing clerical celibacy. Andreas Solaro/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Letter From Priests' Lovers Reignites Celibacy Debate

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Robert Schumann was born 200 years ago. His muse and inspiration was one of the 19th century's great pianists -- his wife, Clara. Getty Images / Hulton Archive hide caption

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Robert Schumann: A Romantic Hero

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