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President Trump held a rally Tuesday night but waited until Wednesday to respond to the legal troubles of two close associates. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Day After Cohen Guilty Plea, Trump Contradicts His Former Personal Lawyer

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The Entry of the Gladiators Band of Her Majesty's Guards
Only With Presence Tides From Nebula
Varberg U137
Rustie After Light

Incoming freshmen at the University of Scranton walk past McCormick Hall, one of three campus buildings that will soon be renamed in response to the recent report on Pennsylvania priest abuse. Rachel Wisniewski hide caption

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Rachel Wisniewski

Names Of Accused Bishops To Be Removed From Buildings At 2 Catholic Pa. Colleges

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A Week without Sunlight Moonlit Sailor

This 760 square-foot cottage, elevated and built to FEMA standards, is one of several planned homes that will serve as workforce housing in the Florida Keys. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Tiny House In The Florida Keys Brings Hope To A Workforce Still Displaced

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Suspension Ochre
It Was Warmer Then Helios

Gay Pride marchers parade through Manhattan carrying a banner that reads, "A.I.D.S.: We need research, not hysteria!" in June 1983. Barbara Alper/Getty Images hide caption

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Long Before Facebook, The KGB Spread Fake News About AIDS

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The Traitor Menhan Street Band
Everything and Nothing Hammock
Cuetips Digitonal
Vanishing Point Jefre Cantu-Ledesma
From Here to Where Blktop Project
Crooked Inn [Instrumental] John Surman
Adrift Air Formation

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Ancient Bone Reveals Surprising Sex Lives Of Neanderthals

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Theme from a Clockwork Orange Wendy Carlos
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Urbana The American Dollar

Jocelyn Pook (left) and conductor Harvey Brough (right) during the recording sessions for Eyes Wide Shut. Manuel Harlan/Courtesy of Jocelyn Pook hide caption

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'A Tone Of Melancholy': How Jocelyn Pook's Music Captures Pain

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
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