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Girl Talk massages bits and pieces of music on the 71-minute mash-up, All Day. Brendan Hoffman /Getty Images Entertainment hide caption

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Josh Groban And Girl Talk: One Not Like The Other

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Kirk Johnson, chief curator at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, inspects the Ice Age bison skull. Heather Rousseau/Denver Museum of Nature & Science hide caption

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Mammoth Find Gives Glimpse Of Rockies In Ice Age

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Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes called NPR executives "Nazis." He later apologized for the comments, but not to NPR. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Fox News 'Nazi' Rhetoric Starts At The Top

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