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"Basically, my life's the same as everybody else's," Phil Collins says. "You're making it up every day and you're just hoping you're making the right decisions." Stephanie Pistel/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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In Phil Collins' New Memoir, Candid Reflections On Family And Fame

Collins, whose sound has become musical shorthand for the '80s, has a new book, Not Dead Yet. "Music has given me everything, but it's also taken everything from me," he says.

Halley Katz (left) is the first person in her family to attend a four-year college. Tyler Lattimore is a first-generation college graduate. Courtesy of Halley Katz and Anh Bao Tran-Le/Courtesy of Tyler Lattimore hide caption

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College Is A 4-Year-Long Balancing Act For First-Generation Students

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Marcel Khalife performs in Carthage, Tunis in 2012. His new album, Andalusia Of Love, is an exploration of religious pluralism. Fethi Belaid/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lebanese Composer Marcel Khalife's Urgent Reminder That Peace Is Possible

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The Rev. Duke Kwon advised his congregants that Jesus' teachings don't fit neatly in political categories. Tom Gjelten/NPR hide caption

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Evangelicals Consider Whether God Really Cares How They Vote

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Gazi Alam (left) changes the price on a sign as Leon Balagula looks on at a Sunoco station early Tuesday in Fort Lee, N.J., following a jump in the state gas tax. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Shock At The Pump: A Jump In N.J. Gas Tax Marks An End To Cheap Fuel

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"Basically, my life's the same as everybody else's," Phil Collins says. "You're making it up every day and you're just hoping you're making the right decisions." Stephanie Pistel/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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In Phil Collins' New Memoir, Candid Reflections On Family And Fame

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A marijuana plant is displayed during the 2016 Cannabis Business Summit & Expo on Jun. 22 in Oakland, Calif. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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City Of Oakland Considers Ways To Share In Pot Profits

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Journalist Andrew McGill wanted to see if it was possible to hack a virtual toaster, after major servers were downed by connected appliances. He said it took less than an hour for hackers to find it. ProSymbols/The Noun Project/Andrew McGill/Courtesy of The Atlantic hide caption

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An Experiment Shows How Quickly The Internet Of Things Can Be Hacked

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