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What Musical Family Has The Oscars On Lock? Hello, Newmans.

Between Thomas, Lionel, Alfred, Emil, David and Randy (yes, that one), the Newmans have more than 80 Oscar nominations. Neda Ulaby takes a look at this epic clan of Hollywood composers and musicians.

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The Kobal Collection

Beam Me Up, Scotty? Turns Out Your Brain Is Ready For Teleportation

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Louis Armstrong and Barbra Streisand have a laugh on the set of Hello, Dolly! The 1969 musical comedy won an Oscar for its score, co-composed by Lionel Newman. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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What Musical Family Has The Oscars On Lock? Hello, Newmans.

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"The people that I know who have lost spouses, children, some of them are so ashamed that they wouldn't even acknowledge it as a cause of death," says A. Thomas McLellan, co-founder of the Treatment Research Institute. Courtesy of Treatment Research Institute hide caption

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Treating Addiction As A Chronic Disease

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A row of parking meters lines O'Farrell Street in San Francisco. The city issues 1.5 million tickets a year. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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What Do Jerry Brown, Steve Jobs And Kamala Harris Have In Common?

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