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Politics

One Year Before 2016 Election, Voters Share Messages For Candidates

Americans choose the next president one year from today. People from around the country have plenty to say about what the candidates should be discussing — and what they don't want to hear.

Atacama Tommy Guerrero
Throwing Stones at the Moon Tommy Guerrero

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How A Glass Of Juice Inspired A Town To Get Smart On Climate Change

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Hotel California Nashville Superpickers
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Class Clown Wascals
Sexy M.F. Prince & the New Power Generation

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'I've Never Found Myself Numb': Boots Feels His Way To Fame

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Only Boots
Move With Me Neneh Cherry

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What It's Really Like To 'Walk' In Space

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Lovers, Pt. 2 Alpine & The Alpine
A Piece of Time Andy Summers
The Competitors John Cameron

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A Thrift Shop Looking For A Comeup: Goodwill Goes High-End

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Verona Bill Frisell
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Claire Robbins (Sarah Hay) left Pittsburgh for the Big Apple, and the big stage — where she now dances for the tyrannical artistic director, Paul Grayson (Ben Daniels). Patrick Harbron/Courtesy of Starz Entertainment hide caption

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From 'Bad' To The 'Bone': Writer Behind Walter White Turns To Pirouettes

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'A Wild Swan' Flies Beyond Happily Ever After

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The Morning Passages Philip Glass
The Kiss Philip Glass