'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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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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Chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer pictured in 1971, at age 28. /AP hide caption

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Bobby Fischer: A Chess Champ 'Against The World'

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Brad Pitt and Laramie Eppler star in Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life, which won the festival's Palme d'Or prize. Merie Wallace/Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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John Powers: Reflections On Cannes 2011

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Javier Bardem plays Uxbal, a hustler moving counterfeit goods, in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Biutiful. Jose Haro/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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Javier Bardem Reflects On A 'Biutiful' Acting Career

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How 'Reckless' Greed Contributed To Financial Crisis

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Late Night 'Thank You Notes' From Jimmy Fallon

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Academy Award nominee Christopher Plummer (left) and Ewan McGregor star as father and son in Mike Mills' Beginners. Focus Features hide caption

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'Beginners': A Son's 'Love Letter' To His Gay Father

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The Wronglers with Jimmie Dale Gilmore Claude Shade/LC Media hide caption

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Jimmie Dale Gilmore: Classic Sounds On 'Heirloom Music'

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Quanah Parker was the last chief of the Comanches — and the son of Cynthia Ann Parker, who was captured as a child by the Comanches. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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The Rise And Fall Of The Comanche 'Empire'

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"Can something be called chicken or pork if it was born in a flask and produced in a vat?" asks Michael Spector. "Questions like that have rarely been asked and have never been answered." iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Burgers From A Lab: The World Of In Vitro Meat

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Area 51, seen from above, in 1968. U.S. Geological Survey hide caption

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Area 51 'Uncensored': Was It UFOs Or The USSR?

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"I think more and more people are beginning to realize that food is the new oil in the sense that there's a real struggle now to control sources of food and food supplies," says Lester Brown. "The exporting countries are obviously in a strong position now." Joel Carillet /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Food: The Hidden Driver Of Global Politics

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