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This foreclosure property in Houston was for sale in 2009. But many houses are still in the foreclosure pipeline and haven't even come on the market. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Foreclosed Homes Wait In 'Shadows' To Go On Sale

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In this courtroom sketch, James "Whitey" Bulger, left, and his girlfriend, Catherine Greig, are shown during their arraignment in Los Angeles. Bill Robles/AP hide caption

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The Bulgers: A Tale Of Two Brothers

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New England organized crime figure James "Whitey" Bulger is shown in these 1984 photos originally released by the FBI. AP hide caption

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A View Of 'Whitey' Bulger From A Crime Novelist

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Magaly Solier stars in The Milk of Sorrow, which won the Golden Bear award for best film at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival. It's the first Peruvian film the festival has ever featured. Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rise Of Indigenous Actress Marks Change In Peru

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A salesman looks at Ford Fusion cars with customers on the lot at the Serramonte Ford dealership in Colma, Calif. This year, Ford Motor Co. reported its best first-quarter earnings since 1998, at $2.6 billion. David Paul Morris/Getty Images hide caption

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Auto Industry Adjusts To New Normal: Low Sales

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Syrian refugees pass a Turkish military vehicle as they cross into Turkey near the town border of Guvecci in Hatay province on Thursday. Burhan Ozbilici/AP hide caption

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Geography, Economy Put Turkey Near Syrian Crisis

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