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Eisenhower's Warning Still Challenges A Nation

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Mister Bosco Roger Eno & Kate St. John
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Emergency personnel work on Jan 8 at the scene where Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, (D-AZ) and others were shot outside a Safeway grocery store in Tucson, Ariz. Nearly anyone at the scene that day will be at risk for post traumatic stress disorder, but it's difficult to predict who will be affected. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Mental Health In Focus After Shooting In Arizona

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Google's Artificial Intelligence Translates Poetry

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Outlaws Bill Frisell
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Strange Bath Jon Brion
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'American Rising': When Slaves Attacked New Orleans

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The Decemberists: From Rock Opera To A Band In A Barn

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Dear Avery The Decemberists
Diversion Mark Ronson
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The Producer Lambchop
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