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Corinne Bailey Rae's new album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers, focuses on hope and transformation. Alexandra Valenti/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Corinne Bailey Rae's New Album, A Focus On Renewal

Between her first and second albums, the British singer's world was shattered by loss. Rae says her latest, The Heart Speaks in Whispers, is all about transformation and hope.

Bunny Wailer is the last living original member of the legendary reggae group The Wailers. He recently finished his first US tour in more than 20 years. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Anniversary Tour, Bunny Wailer Is Still A Blackheart Man

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Donald Trump arrives at the Republican National Committee headquarters on Capitol Hill last week to meet with House Speaker Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Highly Sophisticated Killers' No More. Trump Embraces Big Donors

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Gerald Franklin, who was diagnosed with autism as a child, is now lead developer for a website that matches workers with prospective employers. Job-related videos, he says, can help people with special needs showcase their talent. Courtesy of Gerald Franklin hide caption

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Autism Can Be An Asset In The Workplace, Employers And Workers Find

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Corinne Bailey Rae's new album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers, focuses on hope and transformation. Alexandra Valenti/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Corinne Bailey Rae's New Album, A Focus On Renewal

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