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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Kevin Mitnick and Emmanuel Goldstein on Jan. 20, 2003, the day Mitnick was released from government supervision for his crimes as a hacker. Courtesy of Kevin Mitnick hide caption

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Hackers And Clouds: How Secure Is The Web?

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19 Ghosts III Trent Reznor
Jackie-ing Ben Allison
Cherry (Remix) Dj Easter Egg

Syrian refugees stand in a camp set up by the Turkish Red Crescent in Yayladagi, Turkey. AP hide caption

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As Syrians Flee To Turkey, Saudis Stay Silent

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In 1962, Lifton and his wife, BJ, arrived in Hiroshima where Lifton studied the human consequences of nuclear weapons through conversations with survivors of the atomic bomb. Courtesy of Free Press hide caption

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A Century Of Atrocities, Through A Psychiatrist's Eyes

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Missed (PJ Harvey Cover) Ben Allison
Bewilder Badly Drawn Boy

Ben Allison says that putting a personal spin on the songs he loves often requires breaking them apart. Lourdes Delgado hide caption

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Lourdes Delgado

Jazz Man Ben Allison: Personal And Unpredictable

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