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In Libya's West, Gadhafi Reasserts Control
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People place sheets on the ground Sunday, awaiting their companions under the cherry trees at Tokyo's Ueno Park. The announcement of Tokyo's cherry-blossom viewing season, normally highly anticipated, has been overshadowed this year by Japan's ongoing crisis. Itsuo Inouye/AP hide caption

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Celebrating Spring Amid Devastation In Tokyo
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At the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences at the University of Washington, 9-month-olds listen to Mandarin Chinese in play sessions with native speakers of Mandarin. On this week's podcast, we'll hear how some psychologists say being bilingual may actually be good for children's cognitive development. Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences/AP hide caption

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Being Bilingual May Boost Your Brain Power
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Web Communities Help Patients With Rare Diseases
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Wonderland Yaron Herman Trio
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After W. Va. Mine Blast, Confusion Impeded Search
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Fat Man Blues Marc Ribot

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Cracks Found In Three More Southwest Jets
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China Detains Dissident Artist Ai Weiwei
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Dr. Drew Pinsky is the face of many of television's most popular addiction shows, like Celebrity Rehab and Sober House. Tonight, he brings a new show to cable. Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images hide caption

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Addict TV: Collapse, Redemption On Many Channels
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