Walkin' Blues R.L. Burnside
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Your Sweet Embrace Roy Rogers

Saving money doesn't have to be complicated, says financial adviser Beth Kobliner. The main point is for young people to get started early, she says. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Young Adults Can Keep It Simple: Start Saving

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Kevin Miracle, 30, was a staff sergeant in the Army's 82nd Airborne Division and did two tours in Iraq and two in Afghanistan. After getting out of the military, he struggled to find a job. He now works at the Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center. Nathaniel Hamilton/WHYY hide caption

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Fresh From Service, Vets Face Daunting Job Market

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Darker Blues Tom Rothrock
Bad Luck Tom Rothrock

Actress Rachel McAdams plays the upwardly mobile fiance of a Hollywood screenwriter in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris. Lionel Cironneau/AP Images hide caption

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Controversy, Silent Film And 'Midnight' At Cannes

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Now, Voyager National Philharmonic Orchestra
Now, Voyager National Philharmonic Orchestra
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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich speaks to local party activists Thursday in Waterloo, Iowa. Gingrich says his campaign is alive and well despite an angry response by some Republicans to earlier comments he made about a House Republican plan to dramatically change Medicare. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Gingrich Backpedals On Medicare Comments In Iowa

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Learning juicy details about someone can change the way you see them — literally, according to a new study. August Darwell/Getty Images hide caption

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Psst! The Human Brain Is Wired For Gossip

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Curva Peligrosa Dub Is a Weapon
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Occult Joe Fiedler Trio
Nica's Dream Jonas Tauber & Francis Coletta
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Toccata in D minor, BWV 913--Capriccio Jeffrey Biegel
Prelude and Fugue no. 5 in D major--Praeludium Jeffrey Biegel
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When It's Gone, It's Gone Bruce Cockburn
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CT scans of fossil Hadrocodium skulls allowed scientists to reconstruct its brain. The olfactory bulbs, located at the front of the brain, grew steadily larger as millions of years passed. Matt Colbert/University of Texas at Austin hide caption

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Mammals Smelled Their Way To Bigger Brains

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Broken Places Moby
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Rumble Dillengers
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On May 2, al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed in the city of Abbottabad, Pakistan. The covert operation was carried out by U.S. Navy SEALs and CIA operatives. The incident called attention to America's covert activities in Pakistan, a subject that David Ignatius tackled in his novel, Bloodmoney. Anjum Naveed/AP hide caption

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Truth Mirrors Fiction In Pakistan's 'Bloodmoney'

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A Chance Victor Wooten
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