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An exterior view of the Bloomberg building in New York. Bloomberg staffers say editors spiked a story that exposed financial ties between a tycoon and family members of top Chinese officials. Eduardo Munoz /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Western Media In China: Adjusting To The 'Anaconda'

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Staff Sgt. David J. Thatcher (left), Lt. Col. Edward Saylor (center) and Lt. Col. Richard Cole (right) stand at the Doolittle Raider Monument at Memorial Park in Dayton, Ohio. Jerry Kenney/WYSO hide caption

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Doolittle Raiders Offer Final Toast To 71-Year-Old Mission

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Probationary firefighter and veteran Victor Ramos practices driving the fire truck at the 16th Street Firehouse of the North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue in Union City, N.J. Melanie Burford for NPR hide caption

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Vets-Turned-Firefighters Find Brotherhood, Purpose

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Alex Sugiura was featured, along with his brother and other mixed-race Americans, in the 125th anniversary issue of National Geographic Magazine in October. The brothers are of Japanese and Eastern European descent, but people often mistake Alex for Hispanic. Martin Schoeller/National Geographic hide caption

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Seeing Opportunity In A Question: 'Where Are You Really From?'

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Ronald Heifetz draws on his training as a psychiatrist to coach aspiring leaders at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Ben de la Cruz/NPR hide caption

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Lessons In Leadership: It's Not About You. (It's About Them)

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Robert Henri's 1913 Figure in Motion was a realistic, but bold response to Matisse's and Duchamp's nudes. Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, Ill. hide caption

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In 1913, A New York Armory Filled With Art Stunned The Nation

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