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Walters credits ABC News head Roone Arledge with jump-starting her career by sending her on the road, to do interviews with people like Fidel Castro. AP hide caption

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Bye-Bye To Barbara Walters: A Long 'View' Of A Storied Career

After 53 years on television, ABC's Barbara Walters is retiring from her work on camera. Steve Inskeep talks to the groundbreaking broadcaster about her life, career and impact on television news.

Patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border can be dangerous. Still, critics say there isn't enough public accountability when Border Patrol agents use deadly force. Eric Thayer/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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U.S. Border Patrol's Response To Violence In Question

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Walters credits ABC News head Roone Arledge with jump-starting her career by sending her on the road, to do interviews with people like Fidel Castro. AP hide caption

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Bye-Bye To Barbara Walters: A Long 'View' Of A Storied Career

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The ranks of bicycle commuters are growing, though men are almost three times more likely than women to ride to work. Tobias Ackeborn/iStockphoto hide caption

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Across The U.S., Bicycle Commuting Picks Up Speed

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People try to look through the windows of the National September 11 Memorial Museum during the museum's dedication in New York on Thursday. Justin Lane/AP hide caption

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Amid Controversy, Sept. 11 Museum Opens Its Doors

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Proponents of open Internet access protest in front of the FCC headquarters in Washington, D.C. The commission votes Thursday on its proposed rules amid debate about network neutrality. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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FCC To Unveil Proposed Rules To Govern Internet Traffic

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Bonauto celebrates on May 17, 2005, the one-year anniversary of legal same-sex marriage in Massachusetts. Bonauto argued the case that benefited couples like Hillary and Julie Goodridge (at right), here with their daughter Annie. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawyer Reflects On Nation's First Gay Marriages: 'The Cage Had Been Lifted'

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Kishi Bashi's second solo album is titled Lighght. Kaden Shallat/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kishi Bashi: Holding A Mirror To Pop Music's Many Faces

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