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BILLY IN PRISON BILL FRISELL
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The Set-Up The City Champs

Delegates attend the last day of the U.N. climate talks in Doha, Qatar, on Friday. U.N. climate negotiators locked horns on the final day of talks in Doha to halt the march of global warming, deeply divided on extending the greenhouse gas-curbing Kyoto Protocol and funding for poor countries. Karim Jaafar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Doha Climate Talks, Modest Results At Best

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Passing By Ulrich Schnauss
Silent Anticipations Michael Hedges
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High school sophomore Jessica Miller watches her chemistry teacher's lectures on an iPad. Class time is used for working through problems and quizzes, rather than lecturing. Grace Hood/KUNC hide caption

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More Teachers 'Flipping' The School Day Upside Down

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My Favorite Things Various Artists
Two Step Pacha Massive
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Hollywood Heights: The Ups, Downs And In-Betweens

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Short People Randy Newman
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Sarabande Yo-Yo Ma

Edith Windsor, 83, is asking the Supreme Court to strike down the federal Defense of Marriage Act. When Windsor's female spouse died, the federal government, acting under DOMA, required Windsor to pay estate taxes that she would not have owed if her spouse had been a man. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Takes Up Same-Sex-Marriage Cases

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Green of the Melon Lifelike
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Lucky Beard Rudder
Prayer Michael Cain
Off the Cuff Chick Corea
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Attitudes of Collapse John Atkins
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Dance of Angels Øystein Sevåg
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So Blue It's Black Tommy Guerrero
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Chotiz Chávez Various Artists
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In Time Pentangle