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The Girl Who Broke Free: Building A New Life In America #15Girls

Rosi loves shopping at H&M and teasing her dad. It took years of therapy and tears to put her nightmare behind her. At age 13, she was forced to marry a man twice her age.

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War, Lace And A Lift From 'Playboy': One Man's Life In Lingerie

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Too Marvelous For Words Nat King Cole
Penthouse Serenade [Instrumental] Nat King Cole
When Sorrow Shoots Her Darts Set Fire to Flames
I'm in a Dancing Mood Dave Brubeck

Dame Shirley Bassey's "Goldfinger" isn't just the best-known James Bond theme: It's the standard by which all other Bond themes are measured. Express/Getty Images hide caption

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From Shirley Bassey To Sam Smith, Bond Songs Remain A Pop Oddity

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A Light Bulb Moment: How The Dimmer Switch Set Lusts Ablaze

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Joanna Newsom On Nabokov, Songwriting And Music Journalism

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Mishael Zion is the father of two students at Eitan School in Jerusalem. After a recent attack on a public bus near the school, some parents wanted to bar the Arab cleaning lady from the school when students were there. But Zion objected and said she should be allowed to continue. Daniel Estrin for NPR hide caption

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Israeli Parents Ask: Should We Dismiss The Arab Cleaner At School?

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Composure B. Fleischmann
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Standing next to the Coal Miner's Statue at the West Virginia Capitol in Charleston on Wednesday, James Bennett rallied alongside other speakers who criticized President Obama's proposed environmental rules that would limit carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants. The rally coincided with president's visit to the state capital to talk about drug abuse. John Raby/AP hide caption

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West Virginia Tells The Story Of America's Shifting Political Climate

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In Rock the Kasbah, Bill Murray plays Richie Lanz, a tough-luck agent who stumbles on an otherworldly talent. Kenny Brown/Courtesy of Open Road Films hide caption

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Bill Murray Talks The 'Kasbah' — And The Merits Of A Life Lived Phoneless

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On St. Patrick's Day this year, the fountain on the South Lawn of the White House was dyed green, as a testament to the special relationship shared between Ireland and the U.S. An estimated 50,000 unauthorized Irish are in the U.S. today. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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For Irish Illegally In U.S., A Life Locked In Place, Hoping For Change

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Ceramics artist Ron Nagle says his greatest gift is his sense of humor --€” "basically because I'm a melancholy person," he says. William Pruyn/Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery hide caption

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Pottery Winner: An Artist's Dark, Funny Oeuvre Gets Major Show

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Matthew Halsall & the Gondwana Orchestra are one of musician Jamie Cullum's favorite contemporary jazz acts. Simon Hunt/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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From Coltrane To The Club, A Few Fresh Sounds In Jazz

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