Lee Morgan (left) and Helen Morgan in 1970, subjects of the documentary I Called Him Morgan, directed by Kasper Collin. Courtesy of the Afro-American Newspaper Archives and Research Center hide caption

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New U.S. regulations aimed at travelers coming from eight majority-Muslim countries on non-U.S. airline carriers stipulate that laptops and electronic devices must be put into checked luggage. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Migos performs at a nightclub in Las Vegas in February, following the release of its album C U L T U R E, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart. David Becker/Getty Images hide caption

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Kamaal Williams and Yussef Dayes of the band Yussef Kamaal. Dayes says that his visa to the U.S. for the SXSW festival has been revoked. Larissa Araz/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer's patch, photographed in Miami in March 2015. CBP officials denied entry to the Italian band Soviet Soviet last week and deported its members. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Aubrey Allicock (right) portrays boxing champ Emile Griffith in his prime, along with Andrew McLaughlin, in Terence Blanchard's Champion, at Washington National Opera. Scott Suchman/Washington National Opera hide caption

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Like all albums by The Magnetic Fields since the group's landmark 69 Love Songs, the new 50 Song Memoir hinges on a concept. This time it's the life of songwriter Stephin Merritt (center, looking at the camera), with one song for each year of his life. Marcelo Krasilcic/Courtesy of Nonesuch Records hide caption

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