L to R: Elle Fanning as Alicia (Elle Fanning), Miss Martha (Nicole Kidman), Edwina (Kirsten Dunst), Jane (Angourie Rice), Amy (Oona Laurence), Emily (Emma Howard), and Marie (Addison Riecke) in The Beguiled Ben Rothstein /Focus Features hide caption

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'From The Ashes' Documents Rise And Fall Of Coal In America

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'GLOW' And 'Prime Suspect': Two TV Series You Won't Want To Miss

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Sister Cathy Cesnik's 1969 murder remains unsolved. Courtesy of Netflix hide caption

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Before Her Teacher's Murder, This 'Keepers' Witness Was Already Living A Nightmare

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'Epicurious' Editor Goes Inside The Home To Find Greatest Chefs

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'The Big Sick' Is A Wonderful Movie And An Imperfect Milestone

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The Cheyenne Mountain Complex was completed in the mid-1960s. The tunnels extend thousands of feet into Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colo. Courtesy Simon & Schuster hide caption

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In The Event Of Attack, Here's How The Government Plans 'To Save Itself'

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In "Lantern," the Season 3 finale of Better Call Saul, brothers Chuck (Michael McKean) and Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) reach the end of their relationship. Michele K. Short/AMC hide caption

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Eddie Izzard: Coming Out Gave Me The Confidence For Everything Else

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"When you tell the truth, it's naturally going to offend people afraid of the truth, afraid of what the truth might force them to do," says writer Sherman Alexie. Lee Towndrow/Little, Brown and Company hide caption

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Sherman Alexie Says He's Been 'Indian Du Jour' For A 'Very Long Day'

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