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All Things Considered for January 29, 2012

A sign for Google is displayed behind the Google Android robot at the National Retail Federation in New York. The announced changes to Google's privacy policy have drawn both positive and negative attention. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Public Or Private: Keeping Google From Being 'Evil'

Public Or Private: Keeping Google From Being 'Evil'

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Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel pose at a January screening of Le Voyage Dans La Lune at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Gabi Porter/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Air: Scoring A Cinematic Marvel, 100 Years Later

Air: Scoring A Cinematic Marvel, 100 Years Later

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All Things Considered for January 28, 2012

General Motors, headquartered in Detroit, recovered from near disaster after a financial bailout from the federal government. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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Made In The USA: Saving The American Brand

Made In The USA: Saving The American Brand

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General Motors CEO Daniel Akerson, shown at the Detroit auto show earlier this month, tells NPR: "We want to produce the world's best vehicles, improve our margins, cash flow and profitability, but we have a long, long road to walk." Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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GM CEO: No Apologies For Accepting U.S. Bailout

GM CEO: No Apologies For Accepting U.S. Bailout

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Influenced by Mexican and Native American art, Pollock popularized action-painting and drip style, as seen in Number 7, 1951. Pollock-Krasner Foundation, National Gallery of Art/Artists Rights Society hide caption

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Pollock's Legend Still Splattered On Art World

Pollock's Legend Still Splattered On Art World

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Lila Downs says "Zapata Se Queda" was inspired by a recurring dream in which the ghost of revolutionary icon Emiliano Zapata visited her home. Ricardo Trabulsi hide caption

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New Latin American Music Picks From 'Global Village'

New Latin American Music Picks From 'Global Village'

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