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U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan faces questions this week from the Senate Judiciary Committee, which opens hearings on her nomination. Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Confirmation Hearings, GOP Eyes Kagan's Record

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Kevin Mims with his antiques at the co-op. Julie Mims hide caption

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Out With The Old, In With The New Beginnings

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A Navajo family in front of a hogan, a traditional Navajo home, in Canyon de Chelly in 1927. Northern Arizona University Cline Library hide caption

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Preserving Navajo History In Canyon De Chelly

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Mary VanDam pours coffee for patron Jim Brumm at Mr. B's Pancake House in Laketon Township, Mich. Cory Morse/Muskegon Chronicle via AP hide caption

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Nervous About Alzheimer's? Coffee May Help

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Don't be so sure that playing music to your baby will make him or her smarter. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'Mozart Effect' Was Just What We Wanted To Hear

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Cleanup workers maneuver an oil boom in Bataria Bay on the coast of Louisiana. With the down economy, their are plenty of people hoping for cleanup jobs, but there are few to be found. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Cleanup Jobs Are Hard To Find In The Gulf

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