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Reporter Mark Hosenball of Reuters discusses the Swedish case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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SHIN- KI- ROW ALTERED BEATS
Big Stuff Jason Moran
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So Much for So Little Kaki King
Place in Space Stanley Jordan
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Oakland police used to put a priority on arresting johns. But with cuts in funding, the police now target the girls who've been trafficked for sex. Brett Myers/Youth Radio hide caption

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Arresting Youth In Sex Trafficking Raises Debate

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What You Love You Must Love Now Six Parts Seven
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Jiinti Mocky

As winter approaches, Bill Thompson gave Melissa Block's backyard in Washington, D.C., a bird feeding makeover. "It's the time of year most folks start feeding actively, cause we get a lot of the northern birds coming down for the winter, to what they feel is our milder climate," he says. Here, an Eastern bluebird sits on an icy feeder. Bill Thompson III hide caption

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Bird Feeding Tips For The Urban Yard

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Sarabande Yo-Yo Ma
Shiverman Fat Freddys Drop
Bending New Corners Erik Truffaz
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Jitterbug Waltz Marcus Roberts
Lonesome Blues Ugly Casanova
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LOW Dylan Leblanc
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Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of former presidential candidate John Edwards, died Tuesday. She was 61. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Elizabeth Edwards Succumbs To Cancer

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It's All About the Benjamins Lil' Kim, The LOX et. al.
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Red Balloon Alison Brown Quartet
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Saffron comes from the crocus, a purple flower that originated in Greece. It takes 75,000 crocus flowers to make 1 pound of saffron. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Saffron: You Can Have Too Much Of A Good Thing

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Eronel Chick Corea
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Hey Ya Booker T. Jones

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