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The new two-part documentary The Zen Diaries Of Garry Shandling relies on personal journals and private documents to better understand the late comedian. Bonnie Schiffman/HBO hide caption

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Judd Apatow Mines The Mystery Of His Mentor: Garry Shandling

Apatow drew on the late groundbreaking comedian's personal journals to create a 4 1/2 hour HBO documentary called The Zen Diaries Of Garry Shandling.

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Residual Tingles The Gaslamp Killer
Pathwave Lunice, The Alchemist
I Want Wind to Blow The Microphones
Stormy Weather Art Tatum
Trees on Fire Binker and Moses
Fete by the River Binker and Moses
Narrens tema I & II Albin Gromer
Tulsi Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch
Silurian Blue Floating Points

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Judd Apatow Mines The Mystery Of His Mentor: Garry Shandling

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CIA Director Mike Pompeo speaks in Washington in January. The spy agency has become more open and active in recruiting staff, with the aim of greater diversity. Even Pompeo encourages job applications in his public remarks. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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CIA Recruiting: The Rare Topic The Spy Agency Likes To Talk About

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Worlds To Run (VIP Dub) Kenny Segal
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Sunrise Hauschka
Turkey Dog Coma Flying Lotus

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi leads an Arab foreign ministers meeting in 2015. Sissi's widely expected victory in the March 26-28 polls is seen both as an endorsement by many Egyptians of his hard-line security policies and economic aims, and the effective crushing by state security institutions of almost all dissent. Thomas Harwell/AP hide caption

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With Little Choice, Egyptians Head To The Polls In Presidential Election

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The Horizon Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah
Requiem for John Hurt John Fahey

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