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Rosen on Warren

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In this Aug. 2009 photo provided by Tim Grams, Dr. Thomas Grams kayaks on Sheridan Lake near Cordova, Alaska. Anonymous/Tim Grams hide caption

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2003 NPR profile of Tom Little

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Federal Reserve policymakers meet

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Undated photo: Tom Little, right, optometrist and team leader with the International Assistance Mission, watches as an unidentified doctor examines a patient in an Afghanistan clinic. Anonymous/David L. Evans via AP hide caption

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When you think of Wookiees, you think of Chewy, don't you? Ethan Miller/Getty Images North America hide caption

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'Wookieeleaks': Popular, It Is; Because 'Geeks Love To Go Deep On Things'

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Mud Is Flying In Illinois Senate Ads

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