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Music Interviews

On Barbra Streisand's Latest, The Walls Do Talk — To The President

Streisand speaks with Scott Simon about crafting her new album, Walls, as a reaction to the Trump administration.

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Opinion: Lessons From Bosnia

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God Given Name Solange
Blackbird Brad Mehldau

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Voters May Tax Tech Companies To Fight Homelessness

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Mute Swans Ryan Dugre
5/4 Clogs

Sara Murawski, pictured on the patio of her new condo in Portland, Ore., has been dreaming of homeownership for two decades. This year, she became a first-time homebuyer — seeing first hand how Portland's red-hot housing market is starting to cool and become a little friendlier to buyers. Courtesy of Justin Dias hide caption

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New Homebuyers Face A Friendlier Housing Market, Thanks To Cooldown

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Gov. Charlie Baker, R-Mass., and Gov. Larry Hogan, R-Md., appear at the National Governor Association 2018 winter meeting in February. Despite leading overwhelmingly Democratic states, the two Republicans have positioned themselves well to win reelection on Tuesday. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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The Republicans Who Could Keep A Hold On Blue States This Year

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Lok Gweltz Yann Tiersen
Comptine d'Un Autre Été Original Soundtrack

An exchange shop displays rates for various currencies in downtown Tehran last month. Iran is bracing for the restoration of U.S. sanctions on its vital oil industry set to take effect on Monday, as it grapples with an economic crisis that has sparked sporadic protests over rising prices, corruption and unemployment. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Reimposing Sanctions Will Hasten End Of Iran Nuclear Deal, Some Experts Warn

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'Pockets Of Poison' Still Exist: Holocaust Survivors Reflect On Pittsburgh Shooting

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Lac d'Annecy Haute-Savoie
At the Rebbe's Table (Baym Rebn's Sude) Tim Sparks

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On Barbra Streisand's Latest, The Walls Do Talk — To The President

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Better Angels Barbra Streisand
Cream On Chrome Ratatat
Film Aphex Twin

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Thom Yorke On Scoring The New 'Suspiria'

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Sabbath Incantation Thom Yorke
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