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Haiti Direct: Big Band, Mini Jazz & Twoubadou Sounds, 1960-1978 Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Music Of Exile: Haiti During The Duvalier Years

The sound of the island nation underwent dramatic changes in the 1960s and '70s, taking on aspects of psychedelia and jazz fusion. A trove of lost music from that era is now available.

Moving to San Bernardino from Los Angeles may help with housing costs, but the area doesn't have much economic opportunity. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Americans Are On The Move, But In The Wrong Direction

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Sony Dong was charged with smuggling songbirds into the United States by strapping fourteen of them to his legs and trying to walk out of the Los Angeles International Airport. AP hide caption

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Lucrative Illegal Animal Trade Thrives In Southern California

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A Spicy Gold Rush: Turmeric's Rise To Superfood

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Jeff Perry (left) and Dan Bucatinsky play Cyrus Beene and James Novak in ABC's Scandal. Richard Cartwright/ABC hide caption

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How To Kill A Character

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Actor Ken Jeong, formerly a doctor, credits his first big break to the 2007 film Knocked Up, which led to his role in the Hangover series. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Ken Jeong: Doctor By Day, Comedian By Night

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