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Through It All Myron Walden
In Case the World Changes Its Mind Medeski, Martin & Wood & John Scofield
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President Barack Obama reviews a map of the Upper Big Branch mine 10 days after the deadly explosion that killed 29 mine workers. Also pictured are MSHA coal mine safety chief Kevin Stricklin (at left), Assistant Secretary of Labor Joe Main (second from left) and Labor Secretary Hilda Solis (far right).  Immediately after this meeting, the President promised "to ensure that we're pursuing mine safety as relentlessly as we responsibly can." Pete Souza/The White House hide caption

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Labor Dept. Asks Court To Close Massey Mine In Ky.

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ELEPHANT RIDE DAVID HAYES
This Time Around Luna
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Bewitched
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House Minority Leader John Boehner answers questions from reporters at the Capitol with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (left) and Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour on Wednesday. Following Tuesday's midterms, Republicans stand ready to take control of the House of Representatives, with Boehner likely becoming the next speaker. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Boehner: From Leadership To 'Backwater' And Back

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Already Elsewhere Six Parts Seven
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Everywhere and Right Here
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This Is Love Various Artists
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This Is Love
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Big Band Favorites of Sammy Nestico
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Various Artists

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While Russia's president, Vladimir Putin visits a farm in the Volga region, outside Saratov, in September 2004. Since then, Putin has helped bail out farmers in the area, but many observers worry about his party's seemingly pervasive power. Alexey Panov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Putin's Long Reach Grips Russia's Provinces

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Jerry Bock in 1967 outside a theater where 'Fiddler On The Roof' was being performed. Hulton Archive / Getty Images hide caption

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Jerry Bock, Composer of 'Fiddler on the Roof' and 'Fiorello!,' Has Died

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Revolting Children Matilda
Souvenirs de Villengen Pearl Django with David Lange
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Cross the Lips of Grace
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Pearl Django with David Lange

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Jitterboogie Michael Hedges
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Oracle
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Ash Wednesday Big Lazy
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Ash Wednesday
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Police in Athens escort two men suspected of sending mail bombs. The men were arrested after bombs addressed to embassies in the Greek capital were intercepted. Greece ordered a 48-hour suspension of overseas deliveries of mail and packages. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Greece's Domestic Terror Spills Beyond Its Borders

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RIDING ON THE D TRAIN OREGON
ALLEMANDE CUMBERLAND CONSORT
Sunday Afternoon Man Viktor Krauss
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Far from Enough
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Hymn for Jaco Adrian Legg
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Fingers & Thumbs
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The Spaces in Between Bob Holroyd
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Without Within
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Mississippi Bob Dylan
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Love and Theft
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Stroll of the Mudbug Psychograss
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Now Hear This
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