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Books

Two Biblical Kings: 'David and Solomon'

Two archaeologists test the historical accuracy of some of the Bible's oldest stories in a new book, David and Solomon. Neil Asher Silberman talks about the findings in the book he co-authored with Israel Finkelstein.

Two Biblical Kings: 'David and Solomon'

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Arts & Life

'West Wing' to Make Final Exit

The popular NBC White House drama The West Wing wraps up seven years on the air on Sunday night with a final episode. Our TV critic has a retrospective of the series, and we feature previous interviews with some of the actors.

'West Wing' to Make Final Exit

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'Down in the Valley' Hinges on Edward Norton

Our film critic reviews Down in the Valley, the new film by writer/director David Jacobson, staring Edward Norton, David Morse, and Bruce Dern. The story revolves around a cowboy who enters the life of a teenager, played by Evan Rachel Wood.

'Down in the Valley' Hinges on Edward Norton

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Interviews

Reporter Highlights Bush's Executive Decisions

The Boston Globe reporter Charlie Savage noted in a recent article that President Bush has asserted the right to ignore numerous sections of laws passed by Congress. The scrutiny prompted Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA) to call for June hearings to investigate the matter.

Reporter Highlights Bush's Executive Decisions

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Music Articles

One 'Magic Number' on One Successful Pop Quartet

British guitarist and vocalist Romeo Stodart of The Magic Numbers talks about the band's music. The other members are his sister Michele, and Sean and Angela Gannon (also siblings). In sound, they've been compared to early Beach Boys and the Mamas and the Papas.

One 'Magic Number' on One Successful Pop Quartet

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