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All Things Considered for November 20, 2011

Roger Craig poses with Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek after winning $250,000 in last week's Tournament of Champions. Carol Kaelson /Sony Pictures hide caption

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How One Man Played 'Moneyball' With 'Jeopardy!'

How One Man Played 'Moneyball' With 'Jeopardy!'

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Comedian Bill Maher is the host of the HBO political commentary show, Real Time With Bill Maher. Janet Van Ham/AP hide caption

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Bill Maher Lays Down The (Mostly Silly) Law

Bill Maher Lays Down The (Mostly Silly) Law

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Scott Vener is the music supervisor for How to Make It in America. The season finale airs Sunday night on HBO. Jeff Forney/HBO hide caption

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The Music Man Behind 'Entourage' Shares His Secret

The Music Man Behind 'Entourage' Shares His Secret

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All Things Considered for November 19, 2011

A fire burns in a scale model of a living room in the ATF's Fire Research Lab in Beltsville, Maryland. Until the development of the FRL, there were no fire measurement facilities in the U.S., or anywhere, dedicated to the specific needs of the fire investigation community. Courtesy of the ATF hide caption

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Arson Forensics Sets Old Fire Myths Ablaze

Arson Forensics Sets Old Fire Myths Ablaze

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A technician holds a laboratory mouse at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. The lab ships more than two million mice a year to qualified researchers. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Perhaps Scientists Like Lab Mice TOO Much

Perhaps Scientists Like Lab Mice TOO Much

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Author Kurt Vonnegut, shown in 1979 in New York City, died in 2007 at age 84. Marty Reichenthal/AP hide caption

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Kurt Vonnegut Was Not A Happy Man. 'So It Goes.'

Kurt Vonnegut Was Not A Happy Man. 'So It Goes.'

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We Are Augustines' debut album is Rise Ye Sunken Ships. Left to right: Eric Sanderson, Rob Allen, Billy McCarthy. Arwen Hunt/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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We Are Augustines: Old Wounds Inspire Recovery Songs

We Are Augustines: Old Wounds Inspire Recovery Songs

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