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News Brief: Infrastructure Funds, Sudan's Government, Japan's Emperor

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News Brief: Synagogue Shooting, Joe Biden, Boeing Shareholders Meeting

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A mural depicts jazz greats Miles Davis and Billie Holiday on the side of the Bohemian Caverns club on Washington, D.C.'s U Street in 2005. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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More Than 'Kind Of Blue': In 1959, A Few Albums Changed Jazz Forever

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Maria Butina Sentenced To 18 Months In Prison

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Commerce Department Report Shows Better-Than-Expected First-Quarter Growth

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Doctors In Congo Threaten To Strike If Ebola Attacks Continue

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News Brief: Sri Lanka Attacks, Russian Interference, Kim-Putin Summit

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Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries performs at L'Olympia May 2017 in Paris. According to Cranberries member Noel Hogan, he and O'Riordan started emailing album ideas in June 2017. David Wolff-Patrick/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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The Cranberries' Final Album Celebrates The New Beginning Dolores O'Riordan Wanted

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News Brief: Sri Lanka, Democrats Mull Impeachment, Supreme Court

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News Brief: Sri Lanka Explosions, Mueller Report, Climate Education

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Elisabeth Moss plays Becky Something, a punk singer struggling with substance abuse, in the new film Her Smell. "It was the hardest dialogue I've ever had to learn," she says. Donald Stahl/Brigade Marketing hide caption

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In 'Her Smell,' Elisabeth Moss 'Turned It Up To 11,' Then Turned It Up Some More

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Late Bloomers:The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement, by Rich Karlgaard Currency hide caption

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'Late Bloomers' Makes The Case For Patience In A Culture Focused On Early Success

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Women's Work: A Reckoning with Work and Home, by Megan Stack Doubleday hide caption

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'Women's Work' Delves Into Gender Roles At Home And Relationships With Domestic Help

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News Brief: Democratic Voters, Black Church Fires, Sudan's Transition

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Assange Is Arrested After Being Evicted From Ecuadorean Embassy

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