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Metallica's Lars Ulrich And James Hetfield Are In It For The Long Haul

Twelve years ago, a documentary showed Metallica close to imploding. Today, the band releases its 10th studio album — and its two main songwriters say they've learned a lesson in empathy.

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The Rise Of Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's Son-In-Law

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New Satellite Provides Weather Forecasts For The Final Frontier

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Metallica's Lars Ulrich And James Hetfield Are In It For The Long Haul

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Tina Allen is one of many life-long Democrats in Fayette County who crossed the aisle to vote for Donald Trump. The wife of a coal miner, Allen hopes Trump keeps his campaign promises to help the coal industry. Ashley Westerman/NPR hide caption

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Where Coal Was King, Pa. Voters Hope Trump Rejuvenates Their Economy

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It's tradition: Every year, Susan Stamberg sneaks her mother-in-law's cranberry relish recipe onto the air. To be honest, we've given her a hard time about it, and now she's seeking redemption. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Mama Stamberg's Relish Faces Its Toughest Critics: NPR Staffers

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Alicia Beltrán-Castañeda and her daughter Serena Castañeda, on a visit with StoryCorps in Salinas, Calif. StoryCorps hide caption

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In A Family's First House, A Lasting Lesson: You Can Always Give

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