In 'Captured,' Democratic Senator Decries Money's Role In Politics

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Uncovering Presidential Secrets, From Washington To Trump

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An Irish Immigrant Fights On The Great Plains In 'Days Without End'

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Imagining The Present As The Future Of The 1950s

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'Shining City' Is Packed With Timely Thrills

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Dick Bruna at the opening of his 2005 exhibit of Miffy creations in the Hague. Bruna's iconic white rabbit proved to be popular worldwide. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An early draft of Card III in Hermann Rorschach's psychological test. Archiv und Sammlung Hermann Rorschach, University Library of Bern hide caption

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How Hermann Rorschach's 'Inkblots' Took On A Life Of Their Own

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'Ghachar Ghochar' Presents A Fretful Vision Of Indian Class Anxiety

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Freda DeKnight was Ebony's first food editor and author of a best-selling African-American cookbook in the 1940s. Her recipes presented a vision of black America that was often invisible in mainstream media. Sierra Nicole Rhoden/Chicago Tribune hide caption

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Could this dapper gentleman be Marcel Proust? If it is, as a Canadian professor believes, it would mark the first time the great French author was found in film footage. Le Point/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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