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Composer Angelo Badalamenti, Master Of Mood, Returns To 'Twin Peaks'

His sound has helped define David Lynch's work since Blue Velvet and was an essential character in the original Twin Peaks. Now, Badalamenti and Lynch are reuniting for the show's revival.

A plasticine caterpillar glistens with moisture while awaiting potential predator attacks in the forest of Tai Po Kau, Hong Kong. Chung Yun Tak/Science hide caption

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Scientists Glued Fake Caterpillars On Plants Worldwide. Here's What Happened

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Composer Angelo Badalamenti, Master Of Mood, Returns To 'Twin Peaks'

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Environment

Energy Companies Urge Trump To Remain In Paris Climate Agreement

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Energy Companies Urge Trump To Remain In Paris Climate Agreement

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The Chrysler Building is reflected in the side of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in midtown Manhattan. The hotel on East 42nd Street was Donald Trump's first major development project. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Trump Built His Real Estate Empire, Tax Breaks Played A Pivotal Role

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