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'The End Of Anger' In The Black Middle Class

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'Incognito': What's Hiding In The Unconscious Mind

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Keith Richards is ranked 10th on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. Deborah Feingold hide caption

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Keith Richards' 'Life' With The Rolling Stones

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Thomas B. Reed was the larger-than-life speaker of the House during America's turbulent Gilded Age. His outspoken politics brought the position to prominence and forever changed the House of Representatives. Library of Congress hide caption

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The Most Important Politician You've Never Heard Of

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A Follow-Up Visit With A Country Doctor

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Forty cars lined up for the start of the inaugural Indianapolis 500 in 1911. Courtesy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway hide caption

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The Indy 500: Born Out Of 'Blood And Smoke'

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In 1974, Evel Knievel attempted a three-quarter-mile jump across Idaho's Snake River Canyon in a steam-powered rocket. He failed, but the highly promoted stunt helped him achieve celebrity status. AP hide caption

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Evel Knievel: A 'High-Flying' Life Of A Daredevil

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John Waters darkens his mustache with an eyebrow pencil. "It's there," he says, "but it needs help, just like everything needs help that has some kind of style to it. It doesn't come naturally. It needs a little bit of help." Greg Gorman hide caption

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John Waters Reflects On His 'Role Models'

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The New Science Of Understanding Dog Behavior

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One Family, Three Memoirs, Many Competing Truths

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Quandary: If a man shops by himself, did a woman put him up to it? That's one of the questions prompted by Helen Simpson's short story "Night Thoughts." Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Flipping The Script: Man In A 'Woman-Shaped' World

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How 'Reckless' Greed Contributed To Financial Crisis

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Suze Orman Says Oprah Taught Her An 'Encyclopedia Version Of Life'

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Humorist's Spider Crawls The Web, Bringing Fame And A Book Deal

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Bill Moyers Remembers Favorite 'Journal' Interviews

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