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Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney campaigns at PR Machine Works in Mansfield, Ohio, on Monday. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Rhetoric Aside, Few Details Of Romney's Tax Plan

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Junot Diaz won a Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for his novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Nina Subin/Penguin Group hide caption

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Fidelity In Fiction: Junot Diaz Deconstructs A Cheater

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President Obama answers questions at the White House on Aug. 20. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Inside Obama's Decisions: From Libya To Lunch

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The shiny blue berries of the tropical Pollia condensata plant rely on their looks, not nutritional content, to attract birds to spread their seeds. Silvia Vignolini et al. via PNAS hide caption

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A Berry So Shiny, It's Irresistible (And Inedible)

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Striking Chicago Public School teacher Lanessa Mendoza pickets with fellow teachers Monday as Mayor Rahm Emanuel visits students staying at Maranatha Church in Chicago during the strike. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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In Chicago, 'Perfect Storm' Led To Teachers' Strike

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Egypt's stock market has been volatile since Hosni Mubarak was ousted. Though analysts say there are reasons for cautious optimism, concerns about the country's currency remain. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Fears Of Currency Devaluation Mount In Egypt

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The Rev. Roberto Arciniega, head of Latino ministries for the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, says the denomination must reach out to Latinos to stay relevant in a multicultural society. Chris Lehman for NPR hide caption

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Episcopal Church Woos Latinos To Congregations

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The six brothers who would all get their turn in The Jackson 5. Frank Barratt/Courtesy of Getty Images hide caption

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My American Dream Sounds Like The Jackson 5

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