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Who's in Charge? Subthunk
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You Should've Been Here Yesterday
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Chunga's Revenge Gotan Project
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Bright Names, Burning Lights, for flute & piano [1. Allegro ma non troppo] Heidi Pintner
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Bright Names, Burning Lights, for flute & piano [3. Allegro] Heidi Pintner
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Mawazine Part 2 Al Di Meola
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Analysts talk at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, an element of the Department of Homeland Security based in Arlington, Va. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Dilemma For U.S.: Does Net Freedom Trump Security?

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Protesters gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square watch President Obama speaking from Washington, D.C., about the situation in Egypt. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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On Human Rights, Obama Is All Talk, Critics Say

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I've Got You Under My Skin Monty Alexander
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Echoes of Jilly's
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Halfway Home Tommy Emmanuel
Witch Doctor Garaj Mahal
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More Mr. Nice Guy
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Garaj Mahal

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Alison's Pony Garaj Mahal
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A cargo ship transits the Suez Canal en route from the Mediterranean Sea to the Gulf of Suez at the city of Suez, Egypt, on Wednesday. Emilio Morenatti/AP hide caption

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Unrest In Egypt Spurs Worry Over Oil Supply

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Who Knows Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers
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Hobart's Blues Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers
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Bombshell Sierra Hull
Watch 'At Breakdown Chris Thile
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While a team of Russian scientists were drilling ice core samples from their Vostok base in Antarctica, new satellite imagery revealed the outline of a lake the size of New Jersey buried two miles underneath the ice. Scientists have been drilling through the ice and are now just 100 feet away from breaking into the third largest lake on the planet. Earth Observatory/NASA hide caption

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Deep Below Antarctic Ice, Lake May Soon See Light

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The Summer Wind Monty Alexander
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Echoes of Jilly's
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Summer Wind Bob Berg
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Another Standard
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Dozens of whoopie pies are assembled at the Isamax Snacks factory in Richmond, Maine. Pat Wellenbach/AP hide caption

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Food Fight: Maine Legislature Takes Up Whoopie Pies

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Ricky Martin says his time with the Puerto Rican boy band Menudo "was all about discipline. ... Now, it's about not wearing masks and just being who I am." Jason Merritt/Getty Images hide caption

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Ricky Martin: A Pop Star Rises Again

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Infra 5 Max Richter
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