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Smashed and overturned cars are shown Saturday after civil unrest in the village of Shangpu in China's southern Guangdong province. Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese Farmers Revolt Against Government Land Grab

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Congress has until March 27 to pass a Continuing Resolution. If it doesn't, the government will run out of money and will likely shut down. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

Four Things To Know About The Next Big Budget Battle

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Four Things To Know About The Next Big Budget Battle

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This image represents a chunk, or "cube," of brain. Each different color represents a different neuron, and the goal of the EyeWire game is to figure out how these tangled neurons connect to each other. Players look at a slice from this cube and try to identify the boundaries of each cell. It isn't easy, and it takes practice. You can try it for yourself at eyewire.org. EyeWire hide caption

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EyeWire

Wanna Play? Computer Gamers Help Push Frontier Of Brain Research

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Pat Summitt celebrates the Lady Vols' first national championship, in 1987. Summitt says it took seven Final Four losses to learn how to win one. J. Miles Cary/Courtesy of the Knoxville News-Sentinel hide caption

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To 'Sum It Up': A Legendary Basketball Coach Braves Alzheimer's

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks during the Republican National Convention in August in Tampa, Fla. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Jeb Bush: Legal Residency, Not Citizenship, For Illegal Immigrants

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This Dec. 26, 2004, photograph shows a trail of destruction in the southern Sri Lankan town of Lunawa after tidal waves lashed more than half of Sri Lanka's coastline. Sena Vidanagama/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Wave' Tells A True Story Of Survival And Loss In The 2004 Tsunami

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