Rita Wilson Says Fifty Is Fabulous

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Bahrain Blogger Comes Out Of Hiding

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Is The Midwest More Hateful Than Other Regions?

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Chopra Brothers: Separate Paths But Common Bond

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Minimalist Parenting: Doing More With Less

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Should Detroit Bail Out By Selling Van Gogh?

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Have Women's Rights Evolved In Pakistan?

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Violence In Europe Leaves People Fearful

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Soldier-Poet Brian Turner, Framing War In Verse

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In Iraq, Tactical Theory Put Into Practice

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Quincy Jones: The Man Behind The Music

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Keith Carradine (right) performs with the cast of Hands on a Hardbody during its spring 2013 run in New York. Chad Batka hide caption

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Two Songs That Led Keith Carradine From Screen To Broadway

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Michael Douglas and Matt Damon star as Liberace and his young lover, Scott Thorson, in Steven Soderbergh's new HBO biopic Behind the Candelabra. Claudette Barius/HBO hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Soderbergh, Sarah Vaughan, Julianne Moore

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Remembering Ray Manzarek, Keyboardist For The Doors

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Marcus Samuelsson: On Becoming A Top Chef

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