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With 'Stereotypes,' A Duo Raised On Hip-Hop And Classical Has It Both Ways

As Black Violin, Kevin Sylvester and Wilner Baptiste say they're merely demonstrating what two music styles with traditionally disparate audiences have in common.

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With 'Stereotypes,' A Duo Raised On Hip-Hop And Classical Has It Both Ways

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Wake Up To Sounds Of Daybreak Around The World

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The government's first ever national target to reduce food waste will encourage farmers to donate more of their imperfect produce to the hungry. iStockphoto hide caption

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It's Time To Get Serious About Reducing Food Waste, Feds Say

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Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., (left) and Jack Reed, D-R.I., hear testimony on operations against ISIS from Gen. Lloyd Austin. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Sources Detail Skewed Reports On How The U.S. Is Doing Against ISIS

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Republican presidential hopefuls, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and real-estate mogul Donald Trump talk about childhood vaccines during the second Republican presidential debate. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fact Check: Fiorina's HP Record; Trump's Bankruptcies; Vaccines And Autism

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Inside The Debate Spin Room, Where Everybody Wins

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