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Day Is Done Brad Mehldau Trio
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Just What I Was Thinking Glorytellers
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Sihem Bensedrine, activist and the force behind Tunisia's independent Internet radio station, Kalima ("the word"). Art Silverman/NPR hide caption

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'We Cut The Head,' But 'The Animal Is Still Alive,' Tunisian Activist Says

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De La Soul's landmark 1989 album 3 Feet High And Rising is among the recordings added to the Library of Congress this year. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Library Of Congress Adds De La Soul, Others To Collection

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Me, Myself and I De La Soul
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Way to Go Howard Hello
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Don't Drink His Blood
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Blanket of Byrd David Kikoski Trio
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Abierto Tommy Guerrero
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Soul Food Taqueria
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Eric Whitacre auditioned thousands of singers across the globe to perform his work virtually. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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They've Never Met, But 2,051 Singers Perform Together

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Ethel Merman (right) and Frank Sinatra's lack of chemistry added to the unintentional comedy in their 1954 live, televised performance of Anything Goes. ABC/Photofest hide caption

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DVD Picks: 'Anything Goes'

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Revolting Children Matilda
Papa Was a Rascal James Booker
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Newly recruited Toyota Motor employees bow their heads in prayer for disaster victims at a ceremony in Toyota City in Aichi prefecture on April 1. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Crisis Stalls Japan's Toyota City As Automakers Wait

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Mobile Parts 1 & 2 Glenn Kotche
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In My Garage E.s.t.
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Tea Party activists gather on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. The federal government is facing a potential shutdown if Congress and the White House are not able to agree on a budget. Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images hide caption

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How A Government Shutdown Would Play Out

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Our Brother Tom, the Green Beret The Philistines Jr
This One or That One Six Parts Seven
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Federal authorities are investigating whether Yale University has failed to effectively handle complaints of sexual harassment and assault. Christopher Cappozziello/Getty Images hide caption

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Feds Launch Inquiry Into Sexual Harassment At Yale

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To Kingdom Come Passion Pit
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TV and radio host Glenn Beck announced Wednesday that he will end his talk show on the Fox News Channel later this year. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Glenn Beck's Show On Fox News To End

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Remembering Lydia John Danley
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A Man's Wisdom Gives Him Patience Ray Barbee
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La Reina del Sur, which debuted on Telemundo in March, is the first Spanish language soap opera to feature a female drug lord. Teresa Mendoza (Kate del Castillo) flees her small-town Mexican home after her lover is murdered — and becomes the most powerful woman in narcotics trafficking. Telemundo hide caption

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'Narconovelas' Play Out Drama Of Mexican Drug War

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