Tell Me More follows its Black History Month memoir series with a series on biographies for Women's History Month. Amy Ta hide caption

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The Power Of Memoirs, Biographies
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Protesters demonstrate against Foxconn, which manufactures Apple products in China, outside an Apple retail outlet in Hong Kong. Antony Dickson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Other People's Atrocities: None Of Our Business?
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Marine Lt. Col. John Glenn demonstrates operations inside a Mercury capsule on Jan. 11, 1961. AP hide caption

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John Glenn, A Hero Well Before Orbiting Earth
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Standing In Defense Of Diet Coke
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What happens to a few folks very often is a prelude to what will happen to the many. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Your Problem, Not Mine — Until It Is
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Trainers help Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy after he took a hit during a game in December. In a series of interviews with The Associated Press, 23 of 44 NFL players said they would try to hide a brain injury rather than leave a game. Don Wright/AP hide caption

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After former Penn State coach Joe Paterno's death was announced Sunday, fans paid their respects at a Paterno statue on campus. Paterno exerted a rare amount of control in his decades coaching football, says Frank Deford. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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As A Coach, Paterno Was One Of A Kind
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"It's not that I've fallen out of love; I've actually never liked sports, and I never understood how I became an athlete," Serena Williams said recently, according to TennisNow.com. "I don't like working out; I don't like anything that has to do with working physically." Tertius Pickard/AP hide caption

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Take Your Ball And Go Home? How Dare You!
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Zambia's tourism minister Given Lubinda bungee-jumped off of a bridge at Victoria Falls to invite tourists back. ITN News via YouTube hide caption

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Zambian Official Jumps Off Bridge For His Country
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The statue shows King emerging from a stone extracted from a mountain. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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From Martin Luther King Jr., A Burden And Gift
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Even if you don't watch ESPN's Monday Night Football, you help to pay for it if you're a cable subscriber. ESPN's monthly fees are the highest in the business. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images hide caption

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If You Pay For Cable, You're A Hostage Of Sports
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Participants recite the Pledge of Allegiance during the Hillsborough County Republican Gala Friday in Nashua, New Hampshire. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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A Primary Role: Small States Earn Those Big Stakes
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