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Gingrich talks to a breakfast crowd during a campaign stop at the Circle Restaurant in Epsom, N.H., on Friday. A new CBS poll of Republican primary voters finds him tied for second place with Mitt Romney, behind Herman Cain. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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For Gingrich, A Slow And Steady Climb To The Top

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Old and Lost Rivers for orchestra Houston Symphony Orchestra, Christoph Eschenbach (conductor)
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Hymn To The Fallen John Williams
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Rhythm Cone Wycliffe Gordon & Ronald Westray
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On July 28, officials sent in the Washington police to evict the marchers. The action was peaceful until someone threw a brick, the police reacted with force, and two bonus marchers were shot. The situation quickly spiraled out of control. The National Archives hide caption

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The Bonus Army: How A Protest Led To The GI Bill

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All Blues Gerry Beaudoin Trio
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It's Oddly Easy Being Blue: Depressive newlywed Justine (Kirsten Dunst) finds herself oddly well equipped to face the end of humankind in Lars von Trier's Melancholia. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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It's The End Of The World, And She Feels Fine

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Buffalo Gal [Without Calls] Various Artists
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CYPRESS BRANCHES RACHEL'S
Painting Atmosphere
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Curva Peligrosa Dub Is a Weapon
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Power plants that burn fossil fuels release carbon dioxide as well as a complex soup of chemicals, including nitrogen and sulfur. These chemicals in the air actually help keep global warming in check by reflecting sunlight back into space. Above, the Bruce Mansfield Power Plant in Shippingport, Pa. Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Air Pollution: Bad For Health, But Good For Planet?

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My Beautiful Moon Carl Weingarten
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Karl Marlantes is also the author of the best-selling Vietnam War novel Matterhorn. Devon Marlantes hide caption

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Coming Home To Less Than A Hero's Welcome

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Summa, for string orchestra Flanders Fiamminghi Orchestra, Rudolf Werthen (conductor)
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Hill of Solitude - Valley of Festivity Various
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Jerry Lee Lewis, a pianist Isacoff classifies as a 'combustible,' performs at the Rainbow in London in 1972. Graham Wood/Getty Images hide caption

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The Subspecies Of Pianists, Or, What Jerry Lee Lewis And Beethoven Share

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Rhapsody in Blue Joe Augustine
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Canarios Neal Hellman
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