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Actor Ben Kingsley arrives at the premiere of "Young Adult" in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011. "Young Adult" opens wide in theaters Dec. 16, 2011. (AP)

Actor Ben Kingsley arrives at the premiere of "Young Adult" in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011. "Young Adult" opens wide in theaters Dec. 16, 2011. (AP)

We love the endless variety of stories we get to pursue. Here’s just a piece of the week ahead:

We’ll look at Americans’ upward mobility falling behind Europe’s and the dangerous dance over the Strait of Hormuz. We’re live from New Hampshire on primary day, broadcasting with NPR from the Comfort Inn in Manchester. Then with Viggo Mortensen on playing Sigmund Freud, and with acting great Ben Kingsley on his amazing career and new film, Hugo.

How lucky we are!

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