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Starting Over

From Jail Cell To Studio: Drug Dealer Becomes Personal Trainer

Coss Marte went from being a drug kingpin to a fitness entrepreneur. The New York City resident calls his exercise plan "prison style" because it is based on his prison workout routine.

Former lawmaker Ben Franklin keeps his eye out for Congress' newest class, due to start work on Capitol Hill next week. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Some Not-So-Conventional Wisdom About The Next Congress

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Broken The Amazing
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Michael Sharp visits with Elizabeth Namavu and children in Mubimbi Camp, home to displaced persons in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A coordinator for the Mennonite Central, he has an unusual approach to peacemaking. Jana Asenbrennerova/Courtesy of MCC hide caption

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Michael Sharp, Who Works For Peace In Congo, Is Reportedly Kidnapped

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One Way Ticket Peven Everett
I Have Seen Zero 7, Henry Binns et. al.
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Trial Of Polygraph Critic Renews Debate Over Tests' Accuracy

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Back to the Future Overture Outatime Orchestra
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U-Haul Breakdown New West Guitar Group

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Wilko Johnson Set Out To Make One Final Album, But It Didn't Work Out That Way

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Turned 21 Wilko Johnson
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The Falcon Will Fly Again Brad Mehldau
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From Jail Cell To Studio: Drug Dealer Becomes Personal Trainer

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SHIN- KI- ROW ALTERED BEATS
40 Day Dream Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros

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Researchers Create Artificial Organs That Fit In Your Hand

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Boom Boom Sebastien Leon
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1979 Semi-finalist The Bad Plus
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'Leviathan' And 'Two Days' Look For Oscar Gold

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