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The Black Keys: The Fresh Air Interview

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Wanda Jackson: Getting The 'Party' Started

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Walton Goggins plays bad boy Boyd Crowder, a complicated white supremacist who bombs a black church in the pilot episode of Justified — and then goes on to become a born-again Christian in prison, claiming that he now has a new mission in life. FX hide caption

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Walton Goggins: Playing Brother Boyd On 'Justified'

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Charlie Louvin: Remembering Country's Harmonizer

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After Tucson Shootings, NRA Again Shows Its Strength

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Betty Friedan, the late author of The Feminine Mystique, is shown in her New York apartment May 25, 1970. Anthony Camerano/AP hide caption

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Stirring Up 'The Feminine Mystique' 47 Years Later

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Paul Krugman: The Economic Failure Of The Euro

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A Physicist Explains Why Parallel Universes May Exist

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Wilfrid Sheed, author of a wide range of books, novels and non-fiction died Thursday at the age of 80. He was born in London in 1930 into a literary family; his parents founded the prominent Catholic publishing house Sheed & Ward. Leonard McComb/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image hide caption

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Remembering Wilfrid Sheed, A Master Of Wit

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Brain Injuries Haunt Football Players Years Later

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Sargent Shriver: A Man Of Public Service

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Weaver and Michod Go Inside 'Animal Kingdom'

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An Army Wife Reflects On 'When The Men Are Gone'

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'Dream' Speech Writer Jones Reflects On King Jr.

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Remembering Margaret Whiting: The Voice Of Standards

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