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Television

Lopez May Be A Winner In Conan's Latest Move

Conan O'Brien's new 11 p.m. talk show on TBS may be a blessing for George Lopez, who has to move to midnight but gets a great lead-in for Lopez Tonight. TV writer Lisa de Moraes of The Washington Post looks at the latest game of late-night musical chairs.

Lopez May Be A Winner In Conan's Latest Move

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Goldspot: When Cultures Collide

With its distinct blend of pop, rock and Bollywood sounds, Goldspot has made its way through the music industry with an inventive sound and an independent vision. The band recently dropped by NPR for a performance and interview with NPR's Michel Martin.

Goldspot: When Cultures Collide

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Arts & Life

Rodney Peete's Journey To Accept Son's Autism

Former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete's biggest challenge did not come on the field: It came in dealing with his son's medical diagnosis. He writes about his struggles in a book titled Not My Boy!

Rodney Peete's Journey To Accept Son's Autism

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Discover Songs

In Your Ear: Renowned Physicist Shirley Jackson

Every now and then we ask our guests what music is playing in their collection. Today, renowned physicist and president of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Shirley Jackson, shares her playlist.

In Your Ear: Renowned Physicist Shirley Jackson

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U.S.

Former Gov. Offered Confederate Month Solution

Douglas Wilder, who was Virginia's first black governor, says current Gov. Bob McDonnell sought advice on how to handle the fallout from McDonnell's Confederate History Month proclamation. The declaration reopened wounds over the state's Civil War history.

Former Gov. Offered Confederate Month Solution

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Walter Mosley's new novel, Known to Evil, is the latest in the Leonid McGill detective series. David Burnett/Penguin Group (USA) Inc. hide caption

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