Christopher Hitchens On Suffering, Beliefs And Dying
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Clinton Kelly Tells NPR Listeners 'What Not To Wear'
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Tim Kaine: 'We're Fully Behind' Kendrick Meek
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Ninety-year-old Sid Radner has had a lifelong fascination with Harry Houdini and tries to contact the escape artist and magician every year on Halloween at the Official Houdini Seance. StoryCorps hide caption

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Beyond The Grave: Contacting Houdini
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'Essence' Explores Race, Same-Gender Love
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White House Takes A Stand Against School Bullying
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Happiness is a good rhyme: Stephen Sondheim's new memoir takes its title from a lyric that captures what songwriter Paul Simon -- in a New York Times review of the book -- describes as "that feeling of joy, the little squirt of dopamine hitting the brain" when an artist is at work. Courtesy of the author hide caption

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Look, He Made A Hat: Sondheim Talks Sondheim
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Lawyer Peter Ticktin of the Ticktin Law Group in South Florida poses behind stacks of depositions from "robo-signers" of foreclosure documents. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Untangling The Complex Foreclosure Mess
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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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The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards Looks Back At 'Life'
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Clarence Thomas' Former Girlfriend Breaks Her Silence
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Abdullah Abdullah: Talks With Taliban Futile
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Williams Flap Ignites Controversy Over Objectivity
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Female GOP Candidates Make Strides In The Polls
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NPR Fires Juan Williams, Journalists React
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In July 2009, Time magazine held an online poll asking who America's most trusted newscaster was; Jon Stewart won with 44 percent of the vote. Kevin Fitzsimmons hide caption

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More From Jon Stewart's 'Fresh Air' Interview
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