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Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak arrives before President Trump's address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sessions Revelations Put 'Quiet, Behind-The-Scenes' Russian Envoy In Spotlight

Jeff Sessions, now attorney general, met twice last year with Sergey Kislyak, Russia's U.S. ambassador. This has raised more questions about contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.

Cirrus Bonobo
Wata Wasuri Tito Puente
Don't Mean A Thing St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Hustle and Cuss The Dead Weather
Age of Consent New Order
Hit The Road Jack Harmonica Blues Band
Mapache Orkestra Mendoza

Nora McInerny is the host of the Terrible, Thanks for Asking podcast. She's also the author of the book It's Okay to Laugh: (Crying Is Cool Too). Kylee Leonetti/APM hide caption

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How Are You? On This Podcast, The Answer Is: 'Terrible, Thanks For Asking'

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Fragile Memories Mokhov
As Is Duane Eubanks

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Sessions Revelations Put 'Quiet, Behind-The-Scenes' Russian Envoy In Spotlight

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Sabali [Vitalic Remix Radio Edit] Amadou & Mariam
Sweat Moss of Aura
Battlestar Scralatchitica Incubus
Reptilia The Strokes
Busy Earnin' Jungle

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department K-9 officers search the Jewish Community Center of Southern Nevada after an employee received a suspicious phone call that led about 10 people to evacuate the building on Feb. 27. Jewish institutions across the nation have received more than 120 bomb threats in the past two months Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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DHS To Help Jewish Community Centers Enhance Security Protocols

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Julep Punch Brothers
Beat Me Till I'm Blue Blow Up

Lou Reed performs in Sweden in 1977. The musician's widow, Laurie Anderson, is donating his personal archive of recordings, photos and business records to the New York Public Library. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lou Reed's Demos, Papers And Record Collection Soon To Be Public

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Perfect Day Lou Reed
Barrio Feeling Troker

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