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An Iranian woman looks at the painting "Sienna, Orange Black on Dark Brown" by artist Mark Rothko during the opening of an exhibition at Tehran's Museum of Contemporary Art on Nov. 20. Iran amassed a spectacular collection of modern Western art in the 1970s under Shah Reza Pahlavi, but it has rarely been on display since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hidden For Decades, Pollocks, Rothkos And More Go On Display In Iran

Tehran's Museum of Contemporary Art has a spectacular collection of 20th century Western art. But until now, most of it has been locked away in a vault since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Max Chan Zuckerberg's parents are marking her birth by promising to give most of their Facebook shares to good causes over their lifetimes. The family is pictured in this photo provided by Mark Zuckerberg. Uncredited/AP hide caption

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Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan Have Baby, Promise To Give Away Fortune

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Freeze Frame Vision Moonlit Sailor
Paris Moonlit Sailor
The Whisky Set Chessboxer

Louise Sano sells jewelry, clothing and gifts at her boutique, Global Villages, on Buffalo's west side. "It's very easy to integrate as a new American, a new person coming to the U.S. So I feel like I have created my own village," she says. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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Resettled Refugees Help To 'Bring Buffalo Back'

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Golden Hill Tristeza
Lionheart Emancipator
Anthem Emancipator
Counting Stars The Juke Box Band
Thunderstruck AC/DC
You Shook Me All Night Long (as made famous by AC/DC) The Rock Heroes

An Iranian woman looks at the painting "Sienna, Orange Black on Dark Brown" by artist Mark Rothko during the opening of an exhibition at Tehran's Museum of Contemporary Art on Nov. 20. Iran amassed a spectacular collection of modern Western art in the 1970s under Shah Reza Pahlavi, but it has rarely been on display since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hidden For Decades, Pollocks, Rothkos And More Go On Display In Iran

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Yes, the Little Brown Jug harness race lives on. The horse in the lead here, Vegas Vacation, driven by Brian Sears, holds on to win the 2013 race in Delaware, Ohio. Mark Hall /AP hide caption

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Remembering The Forgotten Of The Sports World

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Beer Frame Judy Mike J. Laneside
Let's Wail The Royal Vikings

Brotherly bonds (clockwise from left): Khalid and Ibrahim el-Bakraoui were suicide bombers in Brussels. Brahim and Salah Abdeslam were involved in last November's Paris attacks. Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev bombed the Boston Marathon in 2013. Cherif and Said Kouachi committed the January 2015 attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Interpol, Haberturk newspaper via AP; AFP/Getty Images, Belgian Federal Police via AP; The Lowell Sun & Robin Young/AP; Prefecture de Police de Paris/AP hide caption

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Yet Again, A Major Terrorist Attack Has A Brotherly Connection

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I Know, I Know, I Know Goonies Never Say Die
Get All Your Ducks In A Row Goonies Never Say Die
Never Stop The Bad Plus
Hawaii Bizingas
Pretty In Pink (As Made Famous by The Psychedelic Furs) Jessie & The Rippers

This sea wall protects the Quinault Indian Nation at the mouth of the Quinault River. In March, a state of emergency was declared by the tribe when waves crashed over the wall. Larry Workman/KUOW/EarthFix hide caption

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Facing Rising Waters, A Native Tribe Takes Its Plea To Paris Climate Talks

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A solar tower belonging to the Spanish firm Abengoa is shown near Seville, in southern Spain, on Nov. 13. The large renewable energy company, which has been heavily subsidized by the government, is in danger of becoming the country's largest bankruptcy. The company also has a large solar facility in Arizona that has received U.S. government loan guarantees. Marcelo Del Pozo/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Bankruptcy Looms For Spain's Green Energy Giant

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La Rosa Negra Ottmar Liebert
2 The Night (Fast Cars/4 Frank) Ottmar Liebert
Politico Jon Wirtz
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In a study of 1.3 million women, ages 40 to 74, having a false positive on a screening mammogram was associated with a slightly increased chance that the woman would eventually develop breast cancer. The extra risk seemed to be independent of the density of her breasts. Lester Lefkowitz/Getty Images hide caption

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False Alarm Mammograms May Still Signal Higher Breast Cancer Risk

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Bicycles Sophisticated Lady
Left Coastin' Sophisticated Lady
Deep Sleep Devo

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