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Female Libido Pill Fires Up Debate About Women And Sex

Is the FDA being sexist or appropriately cautious in requiring stringent evidence that the latest pill works and is safe? Women's advocacy groups aren't sure.

Eraser Christian Scott
Daydream Tycho

Robert Davies (standing) and the quartet during a performance of "The Crossroads Project." Musicians include (left to right) Robert Waters, Rebecca McFaul, Anne Francis Bayless and Bradley Ottesen. Andrew McCallister /Courtesy of The Crossroads Project hide caption

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Climate Scientist Tries Arts To Stir Hearts Regarding Earth's Fate

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Movement 4 from Rising Tide Fry Street Quartet
Solar East Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali Group, Temple of Sound et. al.

Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder of the cybersecurity startup CrowdStrike, says his company is building stockpiles of intelligence about potential hacking groups. Keith Bedford/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Hygiene, Honey Pots, Espionage: 3 Approaches To Defying Hackers

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My Burr Minotaur Shock
Hurricane Season Trombone Shorty
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Million and One Things to Do [Instrumental] Time Machine

Jacobs-Jenkins has written a trilogy of plays that explore race in America. Imogen Heath hide caption

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One Playwright's 'Obligation' To Confront Race And Identity In The U.S.

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Let's Not Be Real Time Machine
Every Day Aphrodesia
À la bien-aimée, waltz for piano, Op. 59/2
Una Llamada [One Call] Tanghetto
Spiritual Groove [Live/Solo] Antoine Dufour
Moussaka [DJ Click Version] Gnawa Njoum Experience

A functioning oil rig sits in front of the capital building in Oklahoma City, Okla. The oil industry is an important employer in the state, but officials are concerned a technique used to dispose of wastewater from oil extraction is behind a surge in earthquakes here. Frank Morris/KCUR hide caption

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With Quakes Spiking, Oil Industry Is Under The Microscope In Oklahoma

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Give It Away The Fray
Black Zil Syriana
Tidal Imogen Heap

The Dallas Street Choir performed in T-shirts, then changed into formalwear for the Street Requiem. Baritone Russell Rodriguez is in front, far right, in an orange T-shirt. Courtesy of Mark Mullaney hide caption

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One Night Only: The Streets Meet The Opera House

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Brahma Fonk The Brothers Goldman
Swing 1 Jacob Bain, Samantha Boshnack et. al.

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