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Min Kym is shown at her debut recital at the Serenates D'Estiu Festival in Majorca in July 1992. Courtesy of Min Kym/Crown hide caption

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Her Violin Stolen, A Prodigy's World Became 'Unstrung'

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'Eyes On The Prize' Producer On Making A Civil Rights Documentary Before Its Time

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Dutch Voters Divided As Election Signals Another Test For Anti-Immigrant Populism

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'Cries From Syria' Documentary Lays Bare The Conflict's Gruesome Realities

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The Military Strategy Behind Bolstering U.S.-Backed Syrian Forces To Fight ISIS

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Illinois Congressman On Why He Supports The Republican Health Care Plan

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American Medical Association Calls Republican Health Care Plan 'Critically Flawed'

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U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara Fired After Refusing To Resign

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Ajit Pai Starts To Roll Back Latest Internet Regulations From Obama's Team

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Somalia Elects Popular And Least Corrupt Candidate As President

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ICE Says Recent Immigration Raids Are Business As Usual

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Oliveros created the music theory known as "deep listening." "I found myself listening to long sounds and becoming more interested in what the sound did themselves than what I would do with them," she says. Vinciane Verguethen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Remembering Pauline Oliveros, Composer Known For 'Deep Listening'

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As Italy Weighs National Referendum, Get Ready To Hear The Word 'Italexit'

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Clinton Campaign To Participate In Recount, Skeptical Results Will Change

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