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Deceptive Cadence

The Rifleman Who Fiddled For Truman, Churchill And Stalin

Stuart Canin was one of many GIs in Europe after World War II, but his violin made him different.

Delavan, Wis., is home to giant circus animal statues that commemorate a quirky history as the place where circus companies wintered. Don Gonyea/NPR hide caption

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Now On The National Stage, Scott Walker Is Still A Guy From Delavan

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Deceptive Cadence

The Rifleman Who Fiddled For Truman, Churchill And Stalin

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The Rifleman Who Fiddled For Truman, Churchill And Stalin

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Iranian stockbrokers monitor share prices at the Tehran Stock Exchange in April. The historical Iran nuclear deal could open the country's market up to international investors. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Nuclear Deal Opens Up Potential For Investors In Iran's Stock Market

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Professor Delivers A Crash Course In Real Estate Investing To Detroiters

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Pop Culture Happy Hour

'I Really Like You': Amy Schumer Makes A Fine 'Trainwreck'

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'I Really Like You': Amy Schumer Makes A Fine 'Trainwreck'

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