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Saudis break taboo of opposing royals after soccer row
Broadway leaps into spring
'David After Dentist' is viral video gold, but at what price?
Obama takes combo-meal approach to save stimulus bill
Record labels eye mobile music games
Interactive fashion lets costumers wear devices on their sleeves
YouTube, the video game
Chapter & Verse
India's eager young readers
Google labels entire Web as 'malware,' Web labels Google as 'monopoly'
Yoostar gives Hollywood hopefuls a taste of the silver screen
As property crimes increase, more neighbors are on patrol
Blogs, YouTube: the new battleground of Gaza conflict
A case of cold plagiarism?
Hey - it's a brand spanking new White House website
Military brass joins wired troops
He's not even president yet and Obama is changing YouTube
Stars, famous and not-so-famous, descend on DC for huge inaugural parties
Congress comes to YouTube
When college students reinvent the world
Web widgets could transform TV
By the numbers: No. 1 for every medium
Yeah, but does it get Netflix?
2008’s most intriguing, fun, and brave technologies
Young Kashmiris step away from militancy
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Ukraine crisis: US boots on the ground in Poland is an option, Hagel says
Can Israel's natural gas reserves pump up regional peace?
Top 10 tea party primaries
Two Bidens, a presidential selfie, and a big announcement about 2016
Iran ahead of schedule in complying with nuclear deal, UN watchdog says
Confederate flag flap at N.Y. school: why debate is hardly settled
In Indian election trail, a new brand of 'rurban' voters
Ukraine on the brink
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New York gun owners shrug off tough new rules: What happens now?
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