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Singer El DeBarge Gets A 'Second Chance'

After a 16-year absence, El DeBarge is back with a new album and a new lease on life. For more than two decades, the lead vocalist with the 1980s hit group DeBarge battled drug addiction and a spell in prison before re-launching his music career.

Singer El DeBarge Gets A 'Second Chance'

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Can I Just Tell You?

Thanks, Elizabeth Edwards, For Finding Your Voice

Michel Martin reflects on the life of Elizabeth Edwards and considers the unique challenges faced by political wives. Edwards, the wife of former senator and presidential candidate John Edwards, was buried Saturday after a six-year battle with cancer.

Thanks, Elizabeth Edwards, For Finding Your Voice

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Make It A Techy Christmas

As we head into the holiday gift shopping season, just about everyone has someone with a technology wish on their list. Tech guru Mario Armstrong offers host Michel Martin some suggestions for the latest hi-tech toys and gadgets for children and adults.

Make It A Techy Christmas

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Bruno Mars, Eminem Clean House On Grammy Nominations

The Grammy Awards aren't until February, but newcomer Bruno Mars has received a staggering seven nominations. And veteran rapper Eminem is up for 10 Grammys. Host Michel Martin speaks with music critic Althea Legaspi about what to expect from one of music's biggest nights.

Bruno Mars, Eminem Clean House On Grammy Nominations

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