Veni Sancte Spiritus Anne Dudley
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Fugue for organ in G major, BWV 577 (BC J61) The Swingle Singers
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African Union and Somali troops launch an attack on al-Shabaab, a militant group linked to al-Qaida, in Mogadishu, Somalia, on Thursday in an effort to protect famine relief efforts, officials said. The World Food Program says it cannot reach 2.2 million people in need of aid in the militant-controlled areas in southern Somalia because of insecurity. AP hide caption

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Conflict Zone Slows Aid For Somalia's Famine Victims

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A 'Whistleblower' Made Into A Hollywood Heroine

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Bearing Bears and Boring Boars Groove Troopers
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Robin's Nest Duke Robillard & Herb Ellis
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Tim Minchin: Confessions Of A Rock 'N' Roll Nerd

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Gut Feeling/Slap Your Mammy Devo
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Your Silent Face New Order

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In Tough Times, Philadelphia Bucks The Trend

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SPIRIT DEAD CAN DANCE
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A drone takes its first flight at Edwards Air Force Base in California in February. In the near future, drones could be used outside of the military for things like traffic helicopters or flying jumbo jets. Alan Radecki/AP hide caption

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What Will We Watch As Drones Evolve?

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Riffing for Cal The Beaujolais Band
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NFL filmmakers Steve Sabol (left) and Ed Sabol attend the 25th Annual Sports Emmy Awards April 19, 2004, in New York City. Ed Sabol will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame next week. Peter Kramer/Getty Images hide caption

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NFL Filmmaker Touches Down In Hall Of Fame

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About a week after the opening ceremony of the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta, a bomb went off in Centennial Park. Two died and more than 100 were injured, but the games went on. Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Olympic Triumph Amid Tragedy At 1996 Games

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Main Title Original Soundtrack
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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World
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Set a Place for Me Guy Davis
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Jonathan Winters' entertainment career began when his wife encouraged him to enter a local talent contest in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio. He ended up winning the contest — along with a wrist watch and a job as a local radio DJ. Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images hide caption

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July 2011, 'Weekend Edition Saturday': Jonathan Winters Reflects On A Lifetime Of Laughs

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