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Beyonce in her most recent Pepsi ad, which premiered her song "Grown Woman." Courtesy of Pepsi Co. hide caption

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The Record

The Beyonce Experiment: How Far Can She Go?

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The Beyonce Experiment: How Far Can She Go?

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John Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group and president of the Bogle Financial Markets Research Center, says the government should set standards to protect Americans' retirement savings. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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John Bogle's Latest Advice: A 'Gatekeeper' For Your Nest Egg

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The lobbying industry in Washington is becoming more secretive. Bill Ingalls/NASA/Getty Images hide caption

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It's All Politics

Why Lobbying Is Now Increasingly In The Shadows

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Why Lobbying Is Now Increasingly In The Shadows

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Alexis Martinez (left) worried that coming out to daughter Lesley as transgender would mean giving up any relationship with her grandchildren. But she needn't have worried. StoryCorps hide caption

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After Years Of Hiding, 'Walking In Love' As Transgender

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Chef Edward Lee moved to Louisville, Ky., 10 years ago to take over a restaurant called 610 Magnolia. There, he mixes the sweet of Southern food with the salt and umami of Asian cuisine. Dan Dry/Artisan Books hide caption

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Chef Edward Lee Adds Korean Spice To Southern Comfort Food

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