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'We Wanted To Be Larger Than Life': Paul Stanley Of KISS On Almost 50 Years Of Rock

Paul Stanley, lead singer of KISS, looks back on the heavy metal band's legacy and talks about retiring from touring at the end of 2019.

Too Often Distant.Lo
Sunny Days Distant.Lo
Mulago Alfa Mist
Glad I Lived Alfa Mist
New Tomorrow Nitsua feat. Salem and Topix
Lunamoth Pensees
Karine Pensees

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New Round Of Tariffs Takes A Bigger Bite Of Consumers' Budget

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Explore, Be Curious Cloudkicker
You and Yours Cloudkicker

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'We Wanted To Be Larger Than Life': Paul Stanley Of KISS On Almost 50 Years Of Rock

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Rock and Roll All Nite Kiss
I Was Made For Lovin' You Vitamin String Quartet
January Feverkin
April Feverkin

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'I Only Knew Her As Mom': A Daughter Learns More From Her Late Mother's Best Friend

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City Hall Vienna Teng
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Autumn Leaves Brennan Villines
Sincere Sunset (Nujabes Tribute) Abstrakt Idea
Anna I/O
Noise Floor I/O

Companies are using new gene-editing tools to alter the DNA of food crops. One of these products is a soybean with a healthier kind of oil. Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Gene-Edited Food Be Government Regulated?

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Aura Nifty Earth
Flow Nifty Earth
Friday I'm in Love 8-Bit Misfits

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Retired Justice John Paul Stevens Talks History, His New Book And Ping-Pong

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