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The Huxtable family gathers 'round to say goodbye to Rudy's late pet fish, Lamont.
The Huxtable family gathers 'round to say goodbye to Rudy's late pet fish, Lamont. R.M. Lewis Jr.//NBCU Photo Bank via AP Images
What Will It Take In Afghanistan?
In Gen. Stanley McChrystal's confidential report on Afghanistan, he called for more troops to battle the insurgency. Reporters Jonathan Landay, of McClatchy, and Dexter Filkins, of the New York Times, are recently returned from Afghanistan. They, along with Stephen Biddle, who helped Gen. McChrystal with his assessment, weigh in on conditions on the ground in Afghanistan.
How 'The Cosby Show' Changed America
The Cosby Show turns 25 this year. On our weekly Opinion Page, Teresa Wiltz, senior culture writer for The Root, expounds on her thesis: Bill Cosby and the Huxtable family showed us, then normalized, "black excellence and black achievement."
Titan Of Dance Bill T. Jones Celebrates Lincoln
As a child, choreographer Bill T. Jones has said, he was only allowed to love one white man unconditionally: Abraham Lincoln. Now, he has created a piece for the Ravinia Festival to commemorate the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth, called "Fondly Do We Hope, Fervently Do We Pray."
Alleged Terror Plot Suspects Appear In Court
Najibullah Zazi, 24, drives an airport shuttle bus in the Denver area and was arrested Saturday, along with three other men. The men are scheduled to appear in court later today, but it is unclear what the FBI will charge them with. NPR's counterterrorism correspondent, Dina Temple-Raston, brings us up to speed.