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Donald Trump, along with his wife, Melania, and son Eric, cuts the ribbon during the grand opening ceremony for the Trump International Hotel, located in the Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C. The building, which is owned by the General Services Administration, is leased to the Trump family. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics

Journalist On Trump's Potential Conflicts Of Interest: 'They're Everywhere'

The New York Times' Eric Lipton says that Donald Trump could take actions as president that would benefit his business holdings. But Lipton doubts congressional Republicans would probe such conflicts.

Journalist On Trump's Potential Conflicts Of Interest: 'They're Everywhere'

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Music Reviews

Mary Halvorson Leaves Some Room For Weirdness In 'Away With You'

Halvorson, a prolific jazz guitarist, plays with harmonies and melodies as she leads an eight-piece band on her new album. Critic Kevin Whitehead calls Away With You "richer than ever."

Mary Halvorson Leaves Some Room For Weirdness In 'Away With You'

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Wednesday

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Movie Interviews

'Manchester By The Sea' Director Probes The Drama And Humor Of Grief

Kenneth Lonergan's new film is about a janitor, crippled by guilt and grief, who returns to his hometown after the death of his brother.

'Manchester By The Sea' Director Probes The Drama And Humor Of Grief

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Gianfranco Rosi's documentary, Fire at Sea, is set on the tiny Sicilian island of Lampedusa, where tens of thousands of migrants come ashore each year. 01 Distribution hide caption

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Arts & Life

2 New Works Confront The Refugee Crisis With Empathy And Humanity

Critic John Powers discusses the Italian documentary, Fire at Sea, and the novel, These Are the Names. The works take very different — but nonetheless poignant — approaches to the refugee situation.

2 New Works Confront The Refugee Crisis With Empathy And Humanity

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Tuesday

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Author Interviews

LGBTQ Activist Cleve Jones: 'I'm Well Aware How Fragile Life Is'

Jones became an activist after Harvey Milk's assassination, and he lost countless friends to the AIDS epidemic. He says, "There are some days when it is so painful that I really can barely function."

LGBTQ Activist Cleve Jones: 'I'm Well Aware How Fragile Life Is'

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