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Amid Nuclear Talks, Iran Pushes Diplomacy Online

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Author Doris Lessing died Sunday at the age of 94. Lessing won the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature for a life's work which included around 40 books and collections of essays and memoirs. Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Writer Doris Lessing Didn't Want To Be Remembered

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Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN, president and chief executive Rod Beckstrom, speaks on expanding the number of domain name suffixes during a press conference in London in 2012. Tim Hales/AP hide caption

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Is The Internet Domain Land Rush A Land Rush At All?

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In this Fox show Almost Human, Karl Urban (left) plays a human cop partnered with an android, played by Michael Ealy. Liane Hentscher/FOX hide caption

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J.J. Abrams On His Dynasty: Too Much Power For One Man

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Jeremy Denk played Mozart at Carnegie Hall Wednesday with the San Francisco Symphony. Eric Thayer for NPR Music hide caption

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'The Biggest Jazz Riff Ever Written:' Jeremy Denk's 'Goldberg Variations'

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