'Janesville' Looks At A Factory Town After The Factory Shuts Down

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'Thunder In The Mountains' Tells Tragedy Of Two Strong, Opposing Leaders

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Author Alison MacLeod Tries To Find Humor In Terrorism

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'Girls & Sex' And The Importance Of Talking To Young Women About Pleasure

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A galley proof shows some of the work that went into adding "ginormous" to Merriam-Webster's 2007 collegiate dictionary. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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From 'F-Bomb' To 'Photobomb,' How The Dictionary Keeps Up With English

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during a rally in front of the Capitol on March 22. She writes about the middle class and activism in her new book, This Fight Is Our Fight. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren's Call To Action: 'This Fight' Will Take Everybody

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'Locking Up Our Own' Details The Mass Incarceration Of Black Men

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'I Basically Ran On Adrenaline': A Staffer Remembers Obama's White House

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Anxious Nations React Fearfully To Rapid Influx Of Migrants, Hamid Says

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'The Epitome Of New York Cool': Letterman Biographer On Late Night Icon

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Mollie Burkhart (second from right) lost all three of her sisters under suspicious circumstances. Rita Smith (left) died in an explosion, Anna Brown (second from left) was shot in the head and Minnie Smith (right) died of what doctors referred to as a "peculiar wasting illness." The Osage National Museum/Courtesy of Doubleday hide caption

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In The 1920s, A Community Conspired To Kill Native Americans For Their Oil Money

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'A People's History Of Chicago' Reflects A Spectrum Of Experiences

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Michael Nesmith (center, foreground) with the other members of The Monkees — Davy Jones (left), Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork (right) — in the late 1960s. Henry Diltz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Michael Nesmith On 'Infinite Tuesday' And Touring With Hendrix

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'The Book Of Joan' Recasts A Historic Heroine — In Space

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Philanthropy In America Is Becoming 'Ideological Arms Race,' Author Says

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Literature And Social Media Collide In 'Sympathy'

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Filmmaker John Waters On How To 'Make Trouble'

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Fitzgerald Didn't Satisfy This Author, So She Wrote Her Own 'Gatsby'-Inspired Novel

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