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Harvard Business School's Jayanth Iyengar (far left), Jonas Peter Akins and Genevieve Sheenan held their own, but eventually lost to IBM's Watson in a game of Jeopardy at a conference on jobs and technology. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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How Technology Is Eliminating Higher-Skill Jobs

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Protesters demonstrate last month against the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline outside the W Hotel in San Francisco, before the arrival of President Obama, who was holding a fundraiser. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Pipeline Decision Pits Jobs Against Environment

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to French President Nicolas Sarkozy on the eve of the G-20 summit in Cannes, France, on Wednesday. The European economic crisis is taking center stage at the summit. Lionel Bonaventure /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cannes Plays Host To An Economic Crisis

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Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi arrived Thursday for a bilateral meeting before the start of the two-day G-20 summit in Cannes, France. David Ramos/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Berlusconi Deliver On Debt-Crisis Promises?

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New Mosques Cropping Up In Chicago, Study Shows

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College students who graduated in 2010 carried 5 percent more debt than in the previous year, according to new data. In this photo from last December, a student fills out an application for a chance to win a scholarship worth $30,000, at a Cash for College event organized by the California Student Aid Commission. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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College Students' Borrowing Hits An All-Time High

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In a charcoal and pastel version of Dancers at the Barre, Degas tries out a variation on the dancers' head and leg positions.

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Degas' Dancers: Behind The Scenes, At The Barre

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