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Fresh Air for March 17, 2011

Employees at Google's Dublin office relax underneath the Irish-themed Google logo. Shifting most of its overseas profits through the Dublin office has saved Google billions in taxes. John Cogill/AP hide caption

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How Offshore Tax Havens Save Companies Billions

How Offshore Tax Havens Save Companies Billions

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Comic book nerd Graeme Willy (Simon Pegg) encounters an alien (voiced by Seth Rogen) after traveling to America for Comic-Con. Double Negative/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Greg Mottola: Making 'Paul' Realistically Alien

Greg Mottola: Making 'Paul' Realistically Alien

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Fresh Air for March 16, 2011

Dr. Gregg Bloche says physicians are routinely pushed to be both caregivers and cost-cutters. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Medicine's Rising Costs Put Hippocratic Oath At Risk

Medicine's Rising Costs Put Hippocratic Oath At Risk

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Jack Clements, a player on the Philadelphia Quakers, poses at a photography studio in Boston in the days before players carried mitts onto the baseball diamond. Gray/New York Public Library hide caption

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The 'Secret History' Of Baseball's Earliest Days

The 'Secret History' Of Baseball's Earliest Days

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Fresh Air for March 15, 2011

Win Win questions just how far small-town lawyer and high school wrestling coach Mike Flaherty (Paul Giamatti, left) will go to ensure a winning team. He has taken in a client's grandson (Alex Shaffer) — a talented but troubled teen. Fox Searchlight hide caption

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'Win-Win': Tom McCarthy Wrestles With Morals

'Win-Win': Tom McCarthy Wrestles With Morals

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Anne Roiphe was a National Book Award finalist for Fruitful and is also the author of Up the Sandbox. She has written for Vogue, Elle, The New York Times and other news organizations, and lives in New York City. Mary Ellen Mark hide caption

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Anne Roiphe's 1950s Feminism In 'Art And Madness'

Anne Roiphe's 1950s Feminism In 'Art And Madness'

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Judy Garland (center) starred in the 1944 movie musical Meet Me in St. Louis. She sings "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" to her sister, played by Margaret O'Brien, who was upset that her father wants to move the family to New York City. The Kobal Collection hide caption

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Remembering 'Christmas' Songwriter Hugh Martin

Remembering 'Christmas' Songwriter Hugh Martin

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Fresh Air for March 14, 2011

Defendants in the "Operation Family Secrets" trial included Frank Calabrese Sr. (clockwise from left), Joey Lombardo, Anthony Doyle, Paul Shiro and James Marcello. The men are pictured during an Aug. 15, 2007, court hearing in Chicago. Verna Sadock/AP hide caption

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Frank Calabrese Jr. On 'Operation Family Secrets'

Frank Calabrese Jr. On 'Operation Family Secrets'

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Fresh Air for March 11, 2011

In Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy, Juliette Binoche plays a gallery owner who pretends a British author, played by William Shimell, is her husband for an afternoon. "If you love the idea that our relationships are fluid, the movie will ping-pong around your mind for days," says David Edelstein. /IFC Films hide caption

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'Certified Copy': A Marvelous, Mind-Blowing Movie

'Certified Copy': A Marvelous, Mind-Blowing Movie

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