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Jeffery Rudell's last Thanksgiving ended at exactly five minutes after 5 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of November 34 years ago. The New York graphic designer and writer told his story at a Moth Story story, which aired on the Moth Radio Hour presented by PRX, the Public Radio Exchange. Courtesy of Christian Weber hide caption

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A Thanksgiving Feast For The Ears And Eyes

A Veal Surprise Shatters A Family's Turkey Day

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A Veal Surprise Shatters A Family's Turkey Day

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A courtroom drawing depicts Tanzanian Ahmed Ghailani (center) with his defense attorneys in a New York court, Nov. 17. Ghailani was charged with more than 280 counts of murder and conspiracy for his role in the 1998 embassy bombings in Africa but was convicted of only a single charge. His case has highlighted the Obama administration's problematic stance on indefinite detention of terrorism suspects. Shirley Shepard/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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National Security

White House Weighs Indefinite Detention

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White House Weighs Indefinite Detention

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Planet Money

Jobless Rate Less Scary For College Grads

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Jobless Rate Less Scary For College Grads

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Artist Ed Ruscha, writer and producer David Breskin and musician Nels Cline. Courtesy of Cryptogramophone hide caption

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Music Interviews

Strips On Sound: Artist Ed Ruscha Inspires Nels Cline

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Strips On Sound: Artist Ed Ruscha Inspires Nels Cline

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LANGKAWI, MALAYSIA: A snake "jumps" off of a tree branch in Langkawi, Malaysia.    Selah Reeve Hobbie Jr./National Geographic Channels hide caption

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The Two-Way

Sakes Alive! Snakes That Fly!

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Sakes Alive! Snakes That Fly!

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Paul Jacobs, retired captain of the USS Kirk, reunites with the Le family, who were helped by the men on his ship 35 years ago when he led a rescue mission that saved 20,000 to 30,000 Vietnamese refugees. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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The USS Kirk: Valor At The Vietnam War's End

Kirk Crew, Refugees Retell Vietnam Rescue Saga

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Kirk Crew, Refugees Retell Vietnam Rescue Saga

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The deep-water-research submarine Alvin is launched from Atlantis. Scientists are studying how ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico may have been affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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Environment

Researchers Sample Sea Life At Site Of Oil Spill

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Researchers Sample Sea Life At Site Of Oil Spill

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A Thanksgiving Feast For The Ears And Eyes

Food Chemist Answers Common Baking Flops

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Food Chemist Answers Common Baking Flops

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