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Nina Rossi, left, befriended Lance Rice, a recovering addict, after he robbed her house in 2013. Since last year, when this photo was taken, Rice had a relapse and a rift developed between the two. Karen Brown/WFCR hide caption

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Addiction Takes A Toll On An Unlikely Friendship

Lance Rice, a recovering heroin addict, became friends with Nina Rossi, whose house he robbed in 2013. The friendship waned after Rice had a relapse, but they still have kind words for each other.

Google was one of five Silicon Valley companies included in a recent study that looked at executive-level representation for Asian-Americans in the tech industry. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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Allen Burnsworth, owner of Sit Means Sit Dog Training in Los Angeles, demonstrates how to fight off a dog attack with Flash, a trained 2-year-old Belgian Malinois. Allie Ferguson/NPR hide caption

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Helping Postal Workers Fend Off An Age-Old Problem: Dog Bites

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Detroit Madness J Dilla
Breeze Mitch Murder

Nina Rossi, left, befriended Lance Rice, a recovering addict, after he robbed her house in 2013. Since last year, when this photo was taken, Rice had a relapse and a rift developed between the two. Karen Brown/WFCR hide caption

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Addiction Takes A Toll On An Unlikely Friendship

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In Chad Hodge's new Fox series, Secret Service agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) travels to Wayward Pines, Idaho, in search of two missing federal agents. Liane Hentscher/FOX hide caption

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TV Thriller 'Wayward Pines' Offers Suspense — And An Ending

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Race To Resting Rock Original Score

Supporters of Airbnb hold a rally outside City Hall, in New York. Cities throughout the country have been cracking down on the vacation rental site, prompting protests like these across the country. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Rental Rules In California Raise Questions About Who's Using Airbnb

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Hailee Steinfeld played Mattie Ross in the Coen brothers' 2010 version of True Grit. Wilson Webb/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A 13-Year-Old, A Burlap Dress And A Career Launch That Took 'Grit'

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Wicked Flee Carter Burwell

Tuareg blues and griot guitar meet virtuoso percussion on Zoy Zoy, the latest album from the Niger band Tal National. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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From Four Different Corners Of Africa, Four Bold New Albums

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