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In his new autobiography "Frank," he explores the emotional toll of living in the closet and how he became the first member of Congress to voluntarily disclose his homosexuality. He is a regular commentator on MSNBC and lives near Portland, Maine, with his husband.
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Janise Rodgers of GeoHazards talks about building seismically safe structures in developing countries like Nepal.
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Forty years ago, the U.S. ended its war in Vietnam -- but we're still fighting over its legacy in foreign policy and military strategy, and also in books and movies. But there's one question Americans rarely ask: What does the war mean to the Vietnamese?
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