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Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner leaves his home in the New York borough of Queens on Friday morning. David Karp/AP hide caption

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Weiner Has Backing, But District Might Leave Him

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Till the World Ends Britney Spears
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Momma Miss America [Instrumental] Paul McCartney
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A U.S. Navy sailor waiting to be sent out on a mission in Afghanistan in November 2010. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Shenandoah' To Afghanistan: George Crumb's 'Winds Of Destiny'

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Amarillo, Barbados Bill Frisell
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An Excursion Harmonia Ensemble
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NPR science correspondent Shankar Vedantam explains why so many powerful people get caught up in sexual indiscretions. Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images hide caption

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Power May Increase Promiscuity

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Close Encounter Tom Larson
Voyager John Harle
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Friendly Fire: Steve Coogan (right) takes his friend Rob Brydon along on a newspaper assignment to sample fine food at Britain's country inns — though in the end the two spend more time acting the fool than they do appreciating the culinary arts. Phil Fisk/IFC Films hide caption

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Two Guys On A Road Trip, Racking Up Comic Mileage

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Revolting Children Matilda
gambles tune david surette

Yosif A. Shakeir is host of Ashem al-Watan (or "Hope of the Nation"), which is seen on the Libyan state TV channel. The show is using the airwaves in Libya to keep hope for Moammar Gadhafi's regime alive. Johnathan Blakley/NPR hide caption

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Libyan State TV Talk Show Not The Usual Propaganda

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Listen to the Night Trio Globo
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Cave In My Heart Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra
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Reinhard Burger, president of the Robert Koch Institute, tells reporters in Berlin Friday that sprouts from a German farm are the cause of the country's massive foodborne illness outbreak. Michele Tantussi/AP hide caption

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German Officials Conclude Sprouts Are The E. Coli Culprit

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The Book of Lies Michael Manring
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Spain Broque
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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses supporters during an election rally for his Justice and Development Party, or AK Party. Critics are concerned that the party could win a two-thirds majority in Parliament, which would allow them to rewrite the constitution without input from secular forces or the public. Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey's Ruling Party Poised For Election Victory

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Charon's Call Steve Hackett
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Oxygene, Pt. 4 Jean Michel Jarre
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Locals say this building in Kolkata, India, was once the center of the Indian black market bone trade. They say workers once dried human bones on the roof and cleaned corpses inside. Scott Carney hide caption

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Blood, Bones And Organs: The Gruesome 'Red Market'

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Gitloop Badmarsh & Shri
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Sonata clasica: Allegro Jason Vieaux
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