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While many women experience miscarriage, few talk about it openly. But researchers have found there is discussion and a lot of sharing happening on social media. Their hope is that greater public discourse will help reduce stigma and the sense of isolation that some women feel. Sara Wong for NPR hide caption

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Sir Run Run Shaw in 2010. Bobby Yip/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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On 'Morning Edition': NPR's David Greene talks about Run Run Shaw

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The Everly Brothers (Phil on the left, Don on the right) singing on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1957. CBS/Landov hide caption

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A bit of 'Bye Bye Love'

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At the national release of "AC/DC The Wine" in Melbourne, varieties included Back in Black Shiraz, Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon and You Shook Me All Night Long Moscato. William West/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Famed college football coach Lou Holtz and TV personality Regis Philbin, serving as grand marshals of Steubenville, Ohio's Dean Martin Day Parade. What do they have in common? Holtz coached football at Notre Dame for 10 seasons — the same school where Philbin received his bachelors degree. 50 Prime/flickr hide caption

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