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This Ansel Adams photograph of Acoma Pueblo, N.M., is among those now on display, decades after being commissioned. Ansel Adams/National Archives hide caption

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Forgotten Ansel Adams Murals Brought Back To Light

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They'll Drink To That: Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor celebrate Taylor's Best Actress Oscar win for 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — which also earned a Best Actor nomination for Burton. hide caption

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Four 'Hellraisers,' Living It Up In The Public Eye

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Sarah Palin made her own news this week with the announcement of a reality TV show called Sarah Palin's Alaska. Her political action committee is also targeting 17 vulnerable Democratic members of Congress who voted for the health care overhaul — including three from Arizona. Darren Hauck/Getty Images hide caption

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Sarah Palin's Star Shines On John McCain

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Obama holds 4-year-old Barack Anthony Stroud at the University of Iowa Field House in Iowa City, Iowa, Thursday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Obama Got His Groove Back

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Singer-songwriter Lay Low is often called the Patsy Cline of Iceland, and it's not hard to hear why. Baldur Kristjans hide caption

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Lay Low: Country Music, By Way Of Iceland

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