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Barbie has taken over Paris — she has her very own exhibition at Les Arts Décoratifs. Mattel/Les Arts Décoratifs hide caption

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Bonjour, Barbie! An American Icon Packs Her Heels And Heads To France

Some 700 Barbie dolls are visiting Paris this summer. They span almost six decades of pretty, plastic history, including Malibu Barbie, astronaut Barbie, and, of course, Royal Canadian Mountie Barbie.

Hillary Clinton, seen on a TV camera monitor in 2013, has been criticized for not holding more press conferences. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Has Hillary Clinton Actually Been Dodging The Press?

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An aggressive marketing campaign has made the EpiPen the go-to drug for treating anaphylaxis. Mark Zaleski/AP hide caption

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EpiPen Manufacturer Says It Will Help With Out-Of-Pocket Costs

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Bonjour, Barbie! An American Icon Packs Her Heels And Heads To France

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Hillary Clinton has defended the Clinton Foundation against allegations that it was a front for a "pay to play" scheme while she was secretary of state. Scott Eisen/AP hide caption

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'Saving Lives' Or 'Selling Access'? Explaining The Clinton Foundation

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Australian protesters demonstrate in Melbourne on Feb. 4 after the Australian High Court upheld a challenge to the government's right to hold asylum seekers at detention camps in Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Asanka Brendon Ratnayake/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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What Happens When An Aid Group Sees Abuse, But Is Sworn To Secrecy?

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