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The locals of Beatty, Nev., brought back the Amargosa toad from near extinction and kept the species off the endangered species list. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hide caption

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All Hopped Up: Town Unites For Toad Revival

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According to Mark Halperin's article, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has plenty of reasons to stick around despite her party's loss in Congress. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown's Must-Reads: Women And Power

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A hard-charging TV producer (Rachel McAdams) hires a journalism legend (Harrison Ford) to help revive a failing morning show. Macall Polay/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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'Morning Glory': Same Old Story, No New Twists

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Wells Fargo employees help homeowners go over paperwork during a free workshop for customers who are facing mortgage payment challenges in Oakland, Calif. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Home Loan Blues: Refinancing Isn't So Easy

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Auburn Tigers quarterback Cam Newton watches a replay of a touchdown run against the Chattanooga Mocs during a Nov. 6, 2010 game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala. Officials at Mississippi State University reported recently that someone claiming to represent Newton demanded $180,000 in exchange for enrolling at the school. Newton's father says he didn't want his son to attend Mississippi State because there he would be, "a rented mule." Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images hide caption

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Should NCAA Rethink Its Stance On Paying Athletes?

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