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A Fortune In Folios: One Man's Hunt For Shakespeare's First Editions

Henry Folger once spent nearly a year's salary on a William Shakespeare first folio. In The Millionaire and the Bard, Andrea Mays chronicles his obsession with collecting the playwright's work.

Officers stand watch at the intersection of West North Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue as protesters walk for Freddie Gray in Baltimore in April. Gray died from spinal injuries about a week after he was arrested and transported in a police van. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Police Rethink Tactics Amid New Technologies And Social Pressure

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David Letterman, seen here snapping a selfie with his replacement Stephen Colbert, will step down next week as host of the Late Show. Getty Images hide caption

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David Letterman's Top 10 Late-Night Memories (Well, Not Really)

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N.Y. Police Shooting Case Divides City's Asian-Americans

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A Fortune In Folios: One Man's Hunt For Shakespeare's First Editions

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I loved you once Patrick Doyle

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A Database Of All Things Brainy

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I'm From Philly. 30 Years Later, I'm Still Trying To Make Sense Of The MOVE Bombing

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Slow Blues Buddy Guy
Five and Nine Last Lungs
Fragments of Time Daft Punk & Todd Edwards
Breath and Start Blockhead
Acid Raindrops People Under the Stairs & Camel MC
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