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Siri's answer to the meaning of life is actually kind of impressive.

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It's A Girl! The New iPhone Speaks

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In a cavernous barn, distillers make whiskey with rye, corn and malted barley.

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Drinking Whiskey In The Spirit Of George Washington

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Coldplay's fifth album, Mylo Xyloto, comes out Oct. 25.

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Coldplay: Four Best Friends, Powered By Chemistry

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President Obama greets people at Fire Station 9 in North Chesterfield, Va., on Wednesday. He was on his three-day bus tour through North Carolina and Virginia to push for his jobs bill. Next, he heads to Colorado and Nevada.

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Back To Jobs: Obama Reaches Out To 'All Americans'

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Images of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez and her late husband, former President Nestor Kirchner, loom over supporters at a campaign rally in Buenos Aires on Wednesday.

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The Dead Have The Lead In Argentina's Elections

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John Brown's Last Stand: After the raid, John Brown's Fort — part of the U.S. Armory and Arsenal at Harpers Ferry — became the town's only armory building to survive the Civil War.

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The Harpers Ferry 'Rising' That Hastened Civil War

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Vitali (left) and Wladimir (right) Klitschko pose together after Wladimir's victory over David Haye in July 2011 to win the WBA heavyweight title.

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'Klitschko': Brothers And Boxers Who Fight Hard, But Never Each Other

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