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The GoPro Fetch can fit dogs as small as 15 pounds and as large as 120 pounds. GoPro hide caption

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New GoPro Camera Harness Captures Dog's-Eye View

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You Know Him As An Actor But Jeff Goldblum Is A Musician Too

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Jeff Goldblum performs with his band The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra on Wednesdays at Rockwell club in L.A. Hayley Bartels for NPR hide caption

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Jeff Goldblum Plays A Jazz Show Almost Every Week. No, Really.

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Comedian Kurt Braunohler does not speak German, but that didn't stop him from faking his way to an audition for the film Brüno. Mandee Johnson hide caption

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How To Make Your Idol Hate You, In One Unfunny Comedy Audition

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President Obama signs two executive actions aimed at closing the gender pay gap, including an order to combat "pay secrecy," on April 8. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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'Pay Secrecy' Policies At Work: Often Illegal, And Misunderstood

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Radio DJ Art Laboe has been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a place in the National Radio Hall of Fame. Courtesy of Art Laboe hide caption

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Boxes of empty Jinro soju bottles sit in a downtown Seoul, South Korea, shop on April 1, 2005. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sgt. Michael Clark and his fiancee, Kaitlin Forant, hold their son, Michael Clark Jr. It took time for the 18-month-old to recognize his father after Clark's deployment. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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A recent Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program event in Boston offered help for members of the 182nd Infantry Regiment of the Army National Guard as they transition back to being civilians. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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The National Guard's 182nd Infantry Regiment returned home in March from a year in Afghanistan. One in three said they were unemployed or looking for work. Becky Lettenberger/NPR hide caption

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Briefings are part of the demobilization process that the 182nd Infantry Regiment must go through at Camp Atterbury in Columbus, Ind. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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A Rest Stop On The Road From Soldier To Civilian

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