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George M. Cohan, 'The Man Who Created Broadway,' Was An Anthem Machine

Cohan was a myth builder: Songs like "Yankee Doodle Dandy, "Over There" and "Give My Regards to Broadway" celebrated both life in early 20th-century America and the glowing allure of the stage.

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Can't Do Without You (Extended Mix) Caribou
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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was among those at the Justice Department who announced charges against Chinese cyber-attackers on Thursday. It could escalate tensions between the great powers. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Justice Department Charges Chinese Hackers In Bid To Curtail Cyber-Theft

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This Time Tomorrow [#][*][Instrumental] The Kinks

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George M. Cohan, 'The Man Who Created Broadway,' Was An Anthem Machine

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Overture George M! Orchestra;Jay Blackton
Filomena Ruspo
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Independence Day Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau
Bem Tranquilo Jam Da Silva
Grown Man Jessica Lea Mayfield
Outro Outlines/Irfane

Susie Christoff tried several drugs to cope with her painful psoriatic arthritis before finding Cosentyx worked the best. The problem was the cost. Chris Bartlett/for Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Why The U.S. Remains The Most Expensive Market For 'Biologic' Drugs In The World

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Ball and Biscuit The White Stripes
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Meg White Is The 21st Century's Loudest Introvert

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Truth Doesn't Make A Noise The White Stripes
One Mint Julep Ray Charles

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