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When Anh "Joseph" Cao beat Democratic incumbent Rep. William Jefferson in 2008, he became the first Vietnamese-American ever to serve in Congress. Two years later, he failed to win a second term. Bao Nguyen/Walking Iris Films hide caption

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'Mr. Cao' Recalls Rookie Congressman's Unlikely Rise

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Known for brevity's sake as The Idler Wheel..., Fiona Apple's new album is her first in seven years. Dan Monick hide caption

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Fiona Apple: 'I Don't Really Have A Plan'

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