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Fresh Air for March 17, 2010

Karl Rove resigned from his position effective Aug. 31, 2007. He is no longer a paid consultant but continues to help Republican candidates by appearing at their fundraisers. Ron Edmonds/AP hide caption

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Karl Rove 'In The Fight' Again With New Memoir

Karl Rove 'In The Fight' Again With New Memoir

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Fresh Air for March 16, 2010

Timothy Olyphant plays a U.S. marshal who gets transferred back to his Kentucky hometown after outdrawing and killing a bad guy in Miami. FX/Sony hide caption

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A 'Justified' Outing For A Loose-Cannon Lawman

A 'Justified' Outing For A Loose-Cannon Lawman

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Fresh Air for March 15, 2010

Fresh Air for March 12, 2010

Fire When Ready: Matt Damon plays Roy Miller, a warrant officer who helps a CIA operative search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Paul Greengrass' movie is an action flick with a sharply political bent. Courtesy of Universal Pictures hide caption

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'Green Zone': Bourne In Baghdad, Looking For WMDs

'Green Zone': Bourne In Baghdad, Looking For WMDs

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Fresh Air for March 11, 2010

Amy Ryan plays Lawrie Dayne, a correspondent for The Wall Street Journal investigating claims about the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. She stars alongside Matt Damon, who plays a warrant officer looking for WMDs. Universal hide caption

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Amy Ryan: From 'The Office' To The 'Green Zone'

Amy Ryan: From 'The Office' To The 'Green Zone'

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Eight months after Pearl Harbor, the 1st Marine Division landed on Guadalcanal. Actors Tom Budge, James Badge Dale and Joshua Helman portray World War II marines Ronnie Gibson, Robert Leckie and Lew 'Chuckler' Juergens in the HBO miniseries The Pacific. Andrew Cooper/HBO hide caption

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Hanks, Spielberg Strike Out For 'The Pacific'

Hanks, Spielberg Strike Out For 'The Pacific'

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