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Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang, shown here delivering a speech at a Canada-China business forum in Beijing, on Feb. 9, 2012, is expected to become the country's next premier. In contrast to most other Chinese leaders, Li speaks English and has had considerable exposure to Western ideas. Diego Azubel/AP hide caption

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For China's Likely Premier, A Western Influence

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Couples Gretchen Grappone and Rose Wiant (left). and Wendy Waterstrat and Holly Henshaw hold hands before their civil union, in front of the Statehouse in Concord, N.H., on Jan. 1, 2008. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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N.H. Lawmakers Consider Rolling Back Gay Marriage

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Ethnic Karen women welcome opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to War Thein Kha village. The area is in Kawhmu Township, which Suu Kyi is campaigning to represent in Myanmar's parliament. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Opposition Leader Bets On Myanmar Reforms

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Wat Misaka dribbles the ball in a gym at the University of Utah, where he helped the Utes win the NIT in 1947. The victory drew the attention of the New York Knicks, who chose him in the draft. The Misaka Family hide caption

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Pro Basketball's First Asian-American Player Looks At Lin, And Applauds

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Edgar Jaime (right) and his brother Jose Luis unload organic vegetables from their farm in Santa Monica, Calif. Now that U.S. and European organic standards are equivalent, more American organic farmers will be able to export to Europe. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Coming Soon To Your Grocery Aisle: Organic Food From Europe

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A model presents an outfit during the Marc Jacobs show Monday at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fashion Week 2012: Coats Make A Comeback

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Five-time U.S. national champion Queen Underwood listens to instructions from her coach Basheer Abdullah. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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108 Years Since Women Last Boxed In The Olympics, They Prepare A Return

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Jeremy Lin chases the loose ball in the first half of an NBA basketball game in Minneapolis. Lin is one of the few Asian-Americans in NBA history. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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Looking For Lin In All The Wrong Places

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