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Revolting Children Matilda
Full Moon Shawn Lee & Clutchy Hopkins
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Then-candidate Michel Martelly casts his ballot at a polling station during a presidential runoff in Port-au-Prince, on March 20. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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Novice Politician, Pop Star Haiti's President-To-Be

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Revolting Children Matilda
After the Earthquake Eels
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Tomorrow Morning
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Georgia State University student Heather Sparks tells a crowd how she benefited from the HOPE scholarship during a March 8 demonstration outside the Georgia state capitol. John Amis/AP hide caption

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Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Dwindles Amid Cutbacks

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Isley on the Dome Played Tomorrow
Waking Up Weird Royal Bangs
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Let It Beep
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The Limitations Are Beautiful Ray Barbee
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The Limitations Are Beautiful
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In Full View [Bonus Tracks]
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Take It to the Limit Nashville Superpickers
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Pickin' on the Eagles
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Nashville Superpickers

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Asmileyfallsapart [*][Instrumental] Tom Verlaine
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Asmileyfallsapart [*][Instrumental]
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Warm and Cool [Bonus Tracks]
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Tom Verlaine

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Naoki Sugawara, owner of Sugawara Autos in Morioka, can't find enough lightweight trucks to sell to fisherman who lost their vehicles to the tsunami. Chie Kobayashi/for NPR hide caption

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Crisis Boosts Demand For Some Japanese Companies

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Killing Floor The Accidental
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There Were Wolves [Bonus Tracks]
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Pink Elephants Tristeza

In November 1940, just months after its completion, a large section of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge crashed into Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash. The bridge collapsed under high winds — a failure that shocked engineers at the time. AP hide caption

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How Safe Is Safe Enough? To Engineers, It Depends

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Sharp Briar The American Analog Set
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Set Free
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The American Analog Set

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So Long The Big Sleep
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So Long
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Sleep Forever
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The Big Sleep

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This is NPR This is NPR
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Score Orgone
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Killion Vaults
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Squalor Victoria The National
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Boxer
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