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Paul Durand-Ruel, shown above in his gallery in 1910, acquired some 5,000 impressionist works — long before others were buying them. Dornac/Durand-Ruel & Cie/Courtesy of Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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Durand-Ruel: The Art Dealer Who Liked Impressionists Before They Were Cool

Parisian art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel acquired some 5,000 impressionist works long before others were buying them. Claude Monet said he and his artist friends "would have died of hunger" without him.

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina poses for a photo in front of the Butter Cow while touring the Iowa State Fair on Monday in Des Moines. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Feeling Momentum, Carly Fiorina Visits The Iowa State Fair

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In Straight Outta Compton, Ice Cube's famous line from 1995's Friday — "Bye, Felicia!" — gets an origin story that has left some fans uncomfortable. hide caption

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A Meme Gets An Uncomfortable Backstory In 'Straight Outta Compton'

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Mark Weborg, a fourth-generation fisherman in Door County, Wis. Amanda Vinicky/WUIS hide caption

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In The Upper Midwest, Summertime Means Fish Boils

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Paul Durand-Ruel, shown above in his gallery in 1910, acquired some 5,000 impressionist works — long before others were buying them. Dornac/Durand-Ruel & Cie/Courtesy of Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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Durand-Ruel: The Art Dealer Who Liked Impressionists Before They Were Cool

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Jo Ann Farwell, a retired social worker, has a brain tumor; she wanted to make sure her sons were clear about her end-of-life wishes. So, after talking with her doctor, she filled out a form that Oregon provides to ease those family conversations. Alan Sylvestre/Kristian Foden-Vencil/Oregon Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Medicare Says Doctors Should Get Paid To Discuss End-Of-Life Issues

Medicare Says Doctors Should Get Paid To Discuss End-Of-Life Issues

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