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Nation's Jails Struggle With Mentally Ill Prisoners

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Tonic Kyle Eastwood
Age of Consent New Order

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Modern Firefighters: Tackling More Than Just Flames

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The Breaking Winds achieved viral fame last year with a Lady Gaga medley video. Kate Lemmon hide caption

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The Clown Of The Orchestra Takes Its Revenge

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Enter Sandman Apocalyptica
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Essay, for guitar & orchestra [Allegretto] Christopher Parkening, Elmer Bernstein (conductor)
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A 'Showdown' That Changed Football's Racial History

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Thomas Dybdahl's first U.S. release, Songs, collects music from the Norweigian songwriter's hit-heavy career overseas. Kevin Westenberg/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Thomas Dybdahl: Norwegian Invasion

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One Day You'll Dance For Me, New York City Thomas Dybdahl
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