Tuesday

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Analysis

Overview Of Recent Supreme Court Rulings

Journalist and lawyer Adam Liptak covers the Supreme Court for The New York Times. He gives us a roundup of this year's most important decisions — some of which were left for the final hours before summer recess.

Overview Of Recent Supreme Court Rulings
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Monday

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Media

Former Hostage On Protecting Journalists

Journalist — and former hostage — Chris Cramer talks about how his experience as a captive during the 1980 London Iranian Embassy siege evolved into an effort to protect journalists in hostile conditions.

Former Hostage On Protecting Journalists
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Arts & Life

Gabriel Byrne Gives The Listening 'Treatment'

Actor Gabriel Byrne may play a therapist on TV, but he's never actually been to therapy himself. Instead, he prepared for his role on HBO's In Treatment by drawing on his experience as observer.

Gabriel Byrne Gives The Listening 'Treatment'
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Movies

'Hurt Locker': American Bomb Squad In Baghdad

Filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow knows how to get under your skin and control your responses — as she does in her latest feature, the Baghdad-set war movie The Hurt Locker. David Edelstein has a review.

'Hurt Locker': American Bomb Squad In Baghdad
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Thursday

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Wednesday

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Movies

'Hurt Locker' Creators On Explosive New Thriller

Screenwriter Mark Boal and director Kathryn Bigelow discuss their collaboration on The Hurt Locker, a combat movie about an Army bomb squad that roams Iraq in search of explosives to defuse.

'Hurt Locker' Creators On Explosive New Thriller
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Music Interviews

Jimmie Dale Gilmore: In Song, A Eulogy For Dad

Texas singer-songwriter Jimmie Dale Gilmore brings together country, folk, blues and rock in his 2005 album Come On Back. The album is a touching tribute to the artist's father, who died of ALS in 2000.

Jimmie Dale Gilmore: In Song, A Eulogy For Dad
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Music Articles

Wayne And Darrell Scott: Father-Son Country

In 2005, Nashville singer and songwriter Darrell Scott inspired his father to record his own album of original songs. The elder Scott was 71 when his debut album, This Weary Way, was released.

Wayne And Darrell Scott: Father-Son Country
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