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Anita Hill testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Oct. 11, 1991, regarding Clarence Thomas' confirmation to the Supreme Court. AP hide caption

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For Years, Anita Hill Was A 'Canary In The Coal Mine' For Women Speaking Out

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Stars Of 'The President Show' Present An 'Off The Rails' Version Of Trump

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For Anesthesiologist, Easing Pain And Erasing Memories Is All In A Day's Work

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Patton Oswalt co-starred on the comedy series King of Queens and voiced the main character in the Pixar film Ratatouille. More recently, he has appeared in Veep, Justified and Young Adult and other TV and film roles. Elizabeth Morris/Netflix hide caption

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Patton Oswalt: Falling In Love Again Was Like 'Getting Hit By Lightning Twice'

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Margo Price's new album, All American Made, is out now. Danielle Holbert/Courtesy of the ShoreFire Media hide caption

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Margo Price Sings About The Heartache And Beauty Of Small-Town America

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Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf play a daughter and mother who clash and connect in Lady Bird. Merie Wallace/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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Greta Gerwig Explores Mother-Daughter Love (And Angst) In 'Lady Bird'

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Harvey Weinstein poses on the red carpet of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Weinstein is the subject of numerous allegations of sexual harassment spanning decades. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Times' Reporters Describe How A Paper Trail Helped Break The Weinstein Story

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Once An Underground Currency, Bitcoin Emerges As 'A New Way To Track Information'

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Lou Reed performs in New York City in 2004. "I wanted to write a book that took Lou ... seriously," says biographer Anthony DeCurtis. Peter Kramer/Getty Images hide caption

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Biographer Sought To Write The Kind Of Book Lou Reed 'Deserved'

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Obama poses with a boy who fell asleep during the White House's Father's Day ice cream social on June 14, 2013. Souza remembers the president calling out, "Pete, you've got to get a picture of this." Pete Souza/Courtesy of Little, Brown and Company, New York hide caption

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Photographer Pete Souza Reflects On 8 Years (And 1.9 Million Photos) Of Obama

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Cage-free chickens stand in a fenced pasture near Waukon, Iowa. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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'Big Chicken' Connects Poultry Farming To Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

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Lindy West's writing has appeared in The Stranger, Jezebel and The Guardian. Jenny Jimenez/Courtesy of Hachette hide caption

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Columnist Lindy West Sees 'Straight Line' From Trolls Who Targeted Her To Trump

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Jonathan Groff plays an FBI agent and criminal profiler in the Netflix series Mindhunter. Patrick Harbron/Netflix hide caption

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'Mindhunter' Actor Jonathan Groff On His Most Life-Altering Roles

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John Hodgman's previous books include That Is All and The Areas of My Expertise. Al Powers/Powers Imagery/Invision/AP hide caption

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John Hodgman Reflects On His Mother's Death And White Privilege

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Demonstrators in Miami stand with tape reading, " I Can't Breathe," in 2014. The protest occurred after a grand jury in New York City declined to indict the police officers involved Eric Garner's death. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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'I Can't Breathe' Examines Modern Policing And The Life And Death Of Eric Garner

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