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An 'Intimate Portrait' Of Dorothy Day, The Catholic Activist With A Bohemian Past

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Liberty Orchards in Cashmere, Wash., which was founded by two Armenian immigrants, still makes Aplets & Cotlets, a variation of Turkish delight that includes apples, apricots and walnuts. Courtesy of Liberty Orchards Co., Inc. hide caption

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Seeking Empathy, 'Shots Fired' Creators Flip The Script On Police Shootings

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Smart, Satirical 'Devil And Webster' Takes On College Identity Politics

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German City Accepts Karl Marx Statue From China, But Not Everyone's Happy

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Models pose at the end of the Marc Jacobs Runway Show at Park Avenue Armory on February 16, 2017 in New York City. In the past, Jacobs has been criticized for culturally insensitive runway shows. This year marked a change. Peter White/Getty Images hide caption

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