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All Things Considered for January 26, 2013

The Barclays Center in New York, the new home of the Brooklyn Nets, was built partially with investment from overseas donors seeking U.S. citizenship. A little-known immigration program allows wealthy investors to get a green card in exchange for funding American businesses. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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Investing In Citizenship: For The Rich, A Road To The U.S.

Investing In Citizenship: For The Rich, A Road To The U.S.

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Dennis Hopper, Martin Sheen, and Frederic Forrest survey a temple in a scene from Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now. United Artist/Getty Images hide caption

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The Movie Jeffrey Wright Has 'Seen A Million Times'

The Movie Jeffrey Wright Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Ship It Holla Ballas by Jonathan Grotenstein and Storms Reback. Guy Bubb/Courtesy Getty Images/Gallo Images hide caption

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Ship Those (Virtual) Chips: The Rise And Fall Of Online Poker's Youngest Crew

Ship Those (Virtual) Chips: The Rise And Fall Of Online Poker's Youngest Crew

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Adam Ant's first album in 17 years, Adam Ant is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner's Daughter, is an ersatz musical memoir. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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After 17 Years, Adam Ant Transforms Again

After 17 Years, Adam Ant Transforms Again

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