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Added August 19, 2010 with 11 photos
President Barack Obama is on vacation. Again. And with the slew of photos from his recent visit to the Gulf, we couldn't help but reach back into the archives and bring you our favorite pictures of world leaders taking some time off. Some spent their time industriously, others frivolously and of course, others played golf.
Added August 19, 2010 with 12 photos
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Added August 18, 2010 with 22 photos
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Added August 17, 2010 with 11 photos
In a recent Newsweek report, the United States was ranked as the eleventh-best country in the world, much to the chagrin of the U.S. But Americans aren't alone at the very periphery of the top ten. Here are eleven other such entities that nearly made it into the ten best of their league.
Added August 17, 2010 with 24 photos
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HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 15 (UPI) -- U.S. TV actor Neil Patrick Harris says he is on track to becoming a parent of twins in the fall.

The star of "How I Met Your Mother" announced on his Twitter feed this weekend that he and partner, David Burtka, were "expecting" and that they were both thrilled about it, People said Saturday.

E! Online confirmed the babies were being carried by a surrogate mother.

The following photo sideshow features celebrities who have ever paid a surrogate mother to become parents.

Added August 17, 2010 with 21 photos
Added August 17, 2010 with 11 photos
With a probable long-term hold on the position of the second-largest economy in the world and increased fears over the scope of its military, China's legitimate and perceived power is all over the news. GDP and military figures are telling, but sometimes just a picture can reveal all there is to know about international attitudes. In an intriguing welcoming ceremony for visiting heads of state, China's Prime Minister Wen Jiabao escorts visitors along a stretch of military honor guard. The reactions range from awkward glances to attempted indifference in the face of what could be deemed subtle intimidation.
Added August 16, 2010 with 10 photos
Today brought the indication that Defense Secretary Robert Gates would retire in 2011. In an interview with Foreign Policy magazine, Gates expressed his desire to remove the burden of filling his role during an election year. With the rumor mill already buzzing, here are 10 possible candidates for the job.
Added August 16, 2010 with 19 photos
Only football could have as much hype devoted to its warm-up bouts as some sports seem to have devoted to their entire seasons. Take a look at this year's gridiron battles so far, replete with enough jukes, tackles, familiar faces in new uniforms and of course, cheerleaders, to last you until the Sept. 9 kickoff game.
Added August 16, 2010 with 12 photos
Added August 16, 2010 with 12 photos
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Added August 13, 2010 with 22 photos
All of the glitz, glamor and cash in the world can't keep even celebrities from having the same superstitions as the rest of us. In light of Friday the 13th, take a look at 10 celebrity superstitions and see if your Hollywood idol needs a rabbit's foot to make it through the day.
Added August 13, 2010 with 11 photos
With today's release of "The Expendables," a macho run through 1980's action films, and "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," a film coated in 8-bit NES references, the age of the Reagan-era remakes continues. Take a look through 11 such recent or upcoming retreads of synthesizer-accented flicks.
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